Good morning. This is me 🙂 Today, I watched the 10-minute Bob Ross video. I drew my picture for reference. But the picture has grown enormously than expected! I was in the midst of acrylation and practicing. See how I’m different from the videos! gogo ~ First of all, this is the way I usually draw it. I squeezed the paint and spread it with a knife. This time, I applied some details. I applied it with a knife and gradated it with a flat brush Sprinkle some white paint to express the sky I used the brush direction vertically for spreading and horizontally for gradation. like this Mix the colors by moving from side to side This time, I used a small brush to express more detail. The order of the tools used in the background will be Knife>Flat brush>Small brush 🙂 After finishing the background, I used a knife to position the tree. Then, I applied some paint to the tip of the brush to express the lump of leaves. Because the top of the tree should look thin Tap on the edge of the brush. This time I’ll do the same with a slightly darker brown Draw between the blocks of wood you drew Like when we took a wedding photo. The person in the second line is standing between the people in the first line ~? Darker chunks of wood like that are taken between them I will express darker chunks in black Bob Ross draws oil paintings with this technique. It was so cool This brush is called a fan brush. It’s used a lot when drawing trees The top of the tree was painted by tapping the corners of the fan brush. The trunk of the tree used the horizontal part of the fan brush. You can use it by rotating the direction to suit your needs 🙂 I used a knife to cast shadows. This is my favorite texture expression. It’s a technique of spreading partially, not evenly. There is a material that can make textures called ‘paste modeling’. I’ll finish the harm with it It was so fun to have layers of layers Today was the picture of today. See you next time. Bye ~~!