The following is a list of frequently asked questions about the BOB ROSS Oil Painting Technique and some instruction about the use and care of the materials. Be sure to scale people to their surroundings. People closer to you are bigger than people in the distance. Be sure that your people are the correct proportion to buildings, doors, cars etc. Use the biggest brush possible and paint shapes to create your figures and add as little detail as possible. I recently painted a small quick watercolor of a man sitting in a beach chair. He was sitting right at the water’s edge looking out to sea. I used a large squirrel mop brush for the entire 5 inch by 7 inch painting.
We welcome candidates from all kinds of backgrounds, but generally having completed a BA degree. In recent years, people have come from fine art, printmaking, painting, sculpture, photo media, conservation, illustration, design, textiles, architecture, art history and interactive arts courses.
We all may have in contact, one way or another, with the imposing, intimidating places which are hospitals. Either as patients or visitors, we are most certainly overwhelmed by their presence. But, once inside, hospitals have this huge power of conveying a sensation of calm and peace. How do they manage to do that? It’s simple to find the answer by just taking a quick look at the walls and noticing the colors they are painted in.
Humidity means drips and slow drying, so avoid painting on a rainy day. If you must paint when it’s humid, take your time â€” and take advantage of slow-drying paint to correct your errors before moving on to the next coat. But don’t overwork, or it will show when you’re finished.
Painting students learn the basic principles, techniques and concepts of painting and drawing while developing their talent. Students learn to invent visual images of their ideas, passions and interests. Student artists in the program work on surfaces ranging from paper, canvas, panels, and walls among many other possibilities.