Painting A 22 Inch Drum Head Bob Ross Style [Explained in Subtitles.]

Painting A 22 Inch Drum Head Bob Ross Style [Explained in Subtitles.]


Adding a black gesso coating This will help the paint to stick on the drumhead Checking for unpainted areas I use my phone’s flashlight to see where I need more gesso Checking if the gesso is dry (it was) Setting up my easel Adding a thin layer of grapeseed oil This allows the wet on wet technique to work Applying the oil was difficult on the easel, so I move it to the ground I scrape the excess to be reused on unpainted areas I wipe off any excess oil, it’s important to keep it very thin I add the background colors, which I will lighten later Also I added a second chair for stability I finally moved to a table after ages of being dumb Adding more background color to the bottom Time for the magic… Mixing up a dark color for background trees Use a lot of paint, and tap in an irregular line Then stroke upward to create the effect of hundreds of trees Blend out the bottom for a hazy effect The camera died (and dies a couple more times later.) I added another tree layer, make it darker to appear closer Use a lot of paint and tap in a large evergreen Use the extra paint on the brush to add a grassy hill And give him a buddy : ) I pull down on the edge of the grass to get a reflection effect And why not make it a trio Preparing the highlight color Add it to the edges of the trees and on the grasss Drop some in the water for reflections Camera cut out again, and I added another hill My head gets in the way sometimes, will note for future videos Adding highlights that you can’t see Ahh, there they are… Adding a big boi Give him a friend too And a nice head of leaves Camera cut out, added highlights to the trees Adding highlights to the bark Added shadows also Adding highlights for reflections Dropping in a rocky shoreline Cleaning up the edges Highlighting the rocks Dropping in my signature Removing the old resonant head Making sure the painting is aligned correctly Hand tightening the tension rods I press the edges to tighten the tension rods further Before After

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