Bob Ross – Mountains
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[Bob Ross – Mountains]
[Robert Norman “Bob” Ross (October 29, 1942 – July 4, 1995):] Source: LYBIO.net
Okay. Now that maybe there is some – maybe there is some snow on that little mountain, so we will take some titanium white and once again pull it out as flat as you can get it, just really pull it out. Then go across, get that little roll of paint. See, there he is, tiny little roll of paint. Let’s go up here.
Okay, now then right along in here. Take the point of the knife, put it right up at the top of the mountain, no pressure, just let it float. Just let it float right down the side of the mountain here, no pressure. See. Follow the angles of the mountain. Absolutely, no pressure. Okay, maybe, right here. Think where light would strike. Think where the sun would shine through here, create all these beautiful little effects.
And if you’re right handed, it’s normally easier for the light to come from the right side, normally easier. See, very delicate touch though. Very delicate. Very, very delicate. This is a time when the little knife would come in even better. So you can get back here with the little knife and get these little places. That little son-of-a-gun just sneaks right in there. Either knife works very well. They both have the – the straight edges and they work very good.
Take a little bit of blue and white; this is a little pale blue. Just a touch. Just a touch. Mix it up, about like so, that’s good. Cut across and once again we have that small roll of paint right out on the edge of the knife, so you can see it, it’s right on the end, there you go. Now then decide which peak is farthest away, if this one is in the background, put a shadow behind this one first. Just a little tiny shadow. Then a shadow here, let it come down, distinctly through, see there, distinctly through, no pressure at all.
Think in your mind that the only thing touching the canvas is that little tiny roll of paint. And each little highlight needs a shadow. If it didn’t have a shadow, it won’t come out and play with you, it will just leave you. Just leave you stranded. You know that sometimes it is fun to play some games. All right, clean dry brush, I’m going to tap the base of this following the angles, I want to create mist. Now lift upward very softly, three hairs and some air. Over here, follow these angles. Lift, lift, blend, so it just softens that sun-of-a-gun right down there.
[Bob Ross:] Source: LYBIO.net
Okay, now then – maybe so you can change your mind now and maybe there is a peak that lives right here. And we will make this one look like it’s in front of that by diffusing that first and then bring a line distinctly down. It will push all that back, but that little misty area is the only thing it separates those, so cherish it, it’s your good friend. Maybe this should – look here, you can take this anywhere you wanted it to go, anywhere you wanted to go.
But notice all the angles of highlight are light color are in the same basic direction, same basic direction because lights only going to strike at a given angle coming through here, [sound] pretend just sun being just wandered around here and having fun. Okay, now, we need a shadow back here. Where ever there is a highlight, we have to have a shadow, just a little shadow. Just a little happy shadow lives right back here. See, how that pops right out. It’s easy, just a few little rules.
Mountains are just geometric shapes – highlights and shadows. And you can make some of the most fantastic mountains you’ve ever seen. What’s a great – great for practice and you get to give you experience, you just take a canvas and start at top, painting mountain from top to bottom and you’ll learn more. Oh, it’s a super way to practice. And by the time you finished, you will be a good friend with the knife.
Okay, tapping the base, following those angles again. Now you want to save that one line right there, that’s a distinct line that separates these two entities, save that. Lift upward very gently. Whisper light, you don’t want to destroy, you just want to diffuse. Over here, follow these angles. Save this line, that’s a distinct line that you need. Give it a little blend and you’ve got one very affective yet very easy little mountain and I knew you could do it.
[Bob Ross:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
I tell you what let’s have some little footy hills that live right in here. For that, let’s mix up some color. So we are going to take – we have this mountain color.
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