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Graceful Waterfall

Voy Kay 11 Mar 2020
Graceful Waterfall

I had some paint left from the 'Hidden winter moon' painting so decided to paint another microsized 2"x3" canvas. I only used a small waver brush and a thin script liner. I do intend to try this one again in the future, but then using the normal Bob Ross style!

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Romain Master of Portraits

Nice and interesting! Do you think some of Bob's paintings are specifically good subjects to such a small format?

Voy Kay Conqueror of Challenges

Dear Romain, not really suitable yet there are a few specialists that actually create masterpieces from Bob Ross on a 2"x2" canvas. Check Google and you will be happily surprised!!
Concerning my own creations, this is just a bit of child play since some of my mini's come out very well and others are only kindergarten stuff. :)

Romain Master of Portraits

Indeed, this is impressive! Thank you Voy. :)
I am putting the link with some examples there if others are interested into this as well. This exercise of precision is worth a try with the right brushes and mediums.

https://www.google.com/search?q=bob+ross+2x2+canvas&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiOg5PCnJXoAhXLzoUKHSAuBrYQ_AUoAnoECAsQBA

Voy Kay Conqueror of Challenges

Excellent, this might be worth an article. What do you think? Will YOU have a go at such article or shall I do it? Of course I would mention your name there as well then, no worries!

Romain Master of Portraits

To be honest, I'd rather put this idea to my backlog, and write an article after praticing on small formats. ;) Having other projects in progress and in mind, feel free to take the lead, with your better experience. :)
Speaking about articles, I could write some when stuck on canvas in the future. Who knows?

Voy Kay Conqueror of Challenges

Okay Romain, I will start something up (basics) about this and later on, you can complete this topic with your article! Till later!

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