Painting with Bob Wright paintings has always been a treat.

This is no exception.

If you’ve never seen a painting before, you can be forgiven for not knowing much about it.

The reason for this is that these paintings were not produced by any one artist.

Rather, they were created over many years by many artists.

It was up to each of them to select the colours, textures and details that would suit their particular vision.

So the process of selecting the right colours, shapes and colours to use is what makes them so special. 

Now, you might think that selecting the perfect colours to work with would be straightforward, but in reality, it was a process of trial and error that took place over many different canvases, depending on the artists’ vision and the particular work that they were working on. 

There is no one-size-fits-all solution, of course.

But it can be a rewarding, and sometimes challenging, process. 

Here are 10 tips that you can use to get started painting with your Bob Ross paintings.1.

Choose a colour scheme that suits your vision1.

The colours you choose must reflect your vision.

In the Bob Ross world, the colours of the rainbow and the stars are the most popular, with each being a different colour. 

To make it even easier, Bob Ross has provided a range of colour schemes for his works. 

“For example, I have always had a blue-green palette, and so I am always working with blue, but there are also blue-purple, blue-violet, red-violets, etc. to choose from.”2.

Choose the right texture and depth of colourThe texture and colour of a painting will have a significant effect on how it looks, so it’s important to choose a colour that will give your canvas the right balance of depth and texture. 

Bob Ross said that he chose to work in a “very natural and naturalistic” medium, so that his colours would have a naturalistic look to them. 

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Choose an artist’s style Bob Wright said that his most favourite painting was “The Ladybird”, which is also the colour of the sky.

“I always paint with the colour yellow and orange, so I usually paint a yellow and a blue.

The painting is very naturalistic, and I like the colour.

If I were to paint it again, I would do a yellow, blue, green, red, red. 

I love painting with a brush and the brush gives me an idea of what colour the canvas will be.

I would use that as a guide, rather than my colour palette.” 

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Choose your brush and techniqueThe colour palette and technique can also have an impact on the colour that you get. 

When you’re working with paint, the colour is the result of a combination of pigment and a chemical reaction. 

This means that the pigment in paint will have different wavelengths, so if you have a light blue colour, you will have to add more pigment in order to achieve the desired effect. 

For Bob Ross, the key is to choose the right colour.

“To me, it’s the blue that is the most important colour, because it gives the best results.” 

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Use different brushes to create different resultsYou can create a range, from a soft brush to a hard brush, depending upon the colour palette that you are working with. 

If you are using a brush that has a very fine grain, you’ll find it easier to paint the colour with that brush. 

But, if you’re using a more coarse brush, you need to work harder to achieve a good result. 

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Make sure your canvas is clearThe colours on the canvas must be clear, and if you don’t, you may end up with a colour in the shade of a blackbird. 

However, you do have to make sure that you have enough paint on the surface of the canvas to allow the colour to flow out. 

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Select the correct brush for your colour paletteYou can use the same brush for different colours. 

It’s important that you choose the brush that suits you best, so you can pick up colours that you might not have been able to find elsewhere. 

In Bob Ross’s case, this is the soft brush.

“The soft brush is very soft, so when I’m painting it, it works very well, and it’s very soft and smooth.” 

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Add more colour to your canvasWhen you’ve chosen the colour scheme and technique that suits what you want to achieve, it is time to add some extra colour to the canvas. 

Find the colour you want on the right hand side of the page, and then click the “Add Color” button. 

You can choose from a range from light yellow to dark blue, depending which palette you are currently working in. 

The more colour you add, the more subtle the colour will