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Original Creation

Alpine Meadow - Nic Hankins

joha59 14 May 2024

Another episode in season 32 and I wondered if this is also a Bob Ross creation, because Nic dId not show the original in the tutorial on PBS. The format was unusual 24 x 12 inch, I did it (yesterday) on wallpaper of 30 x 40 cm.

Oils

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Pietro1963 Master of Monsters

beautiful job J!

Top Job ,Jos what kind of wallpaper do you use ? 👍🏼🇩🇪🇳🇱

Gorgeous!

so good!

Wonderful Jos! Super mountain!

Thank you all P, Dirk (I use Superfresco easy paintable wallpaper color white 33-159 and the older painted ones are in better condition then those on canvas), Sandy, Jeff and Brian!

Danke Jos , ich hab in meiner Firma leco background Vlies weiß 150g/qm .25 m x 0,75 m Müsste sehr ähnlich sein 👍🏼🇩🇪🇳🇱

I've never heard of this! sorry if I sound a bit thick but how do you use the paper? how do you display the painting? do you paste it onto a board or something then paint on it?

Indeed Helen, I cut the paper a bit too wide and attach it with tape to an existing canvas. After drying I can store it, frame it after cutting the right size or throw it away.

Genius! And it takes the oil paint without stretching or any other issues? I tried painting on canvas boards but I don't like how they have a tendency to bend. When they're bent before you start I can't help thinking its only going to get worse. Stretched canvases can be so expensive. I do think I need to explore other options, thanks.

Helen, I always put some layers of gesso on it before painting an no it will not stretch or bend if it is thick enough, the idea is from Paul Ranson,. see the video if you are interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wbb9p3gdCHY

thank you!

Outstanding Jos! 🤩

Thank you Nancy!

Great painting and great technique Jos. Thanks for sharing, Cheers

Thank you very much Dave!

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