If you've ever wanted to draw a picture of a winter blizzard, but don't want to spend lots of time drawing dots of snow, here's a great Art Attack for you!

You will need:
  • Coloured Paper
  • Wax Crayons
  • Old Toothbrush
  • Paint
Start off with a piece of coloured paper - ideally blue or grey - and draw an outdoor country scene, using any materials you like. Neil used wax crayons.

Don't forget to draw everything at an angle, to represent it blowing over to one side. In a blizzard the wind is very, very strong!
Once you've drawn your country scene, you need some white poster paint. Don't mix too much water in with the paint - keep it quite thick.

Load a paintbrush with the paint and slop it on, to make a snowy ground!
To create the effect of a blizzard you need a stiff paintbrush, or an old toothbrush. Just use a piece of card to flick the paint off of the brush onto the picture.

Make sure you flick it in the same direction as the wind in your picture!
This technique is called spattering.

Keep flicking the card along the brush to make sure you have plenty of snow! Brrr!
Try it yourself!