It sure is! I find my creativity flows better if I have everything within easy reach and don’t have to stop whatever I’m doing to go hunting for something I need to use. Although I know my son would call my studio “organised chaos” rather than just “organised” lol! He has a point, sometimes it looks messy but I always know exactly where everything…[Read more]
Interesting discussion! I absolutely ADORE my Sennelier pans, they are transparent and luminous and just perfect for the layering I like to do. I also have some DS tubes which I love for different reasons – the granulation being a big one; and some W&N Cotman tubes that were one of the paints I started with (like Elizabeth, the first set of paints…[Read more]
I agree that he could have painted for more creative works, but I think part of that is because he was painting for TV and trying to teach. So he would have to stick to certain types of painting that are more easily seen on screen and I guess things that people are familiar with (and hey, lets face it, the man painted what he liked, which happened…[Read more]
Thank you, I really enjoy having a studio all to myself (well, except for the cat lol, he even sits there while I’m painting) 😀 It’s nice to have everything in easy reach and everything has a place, too.
I love Bob Ross 🙂 I could watch him paint for hours lol – watching his shows was what actually made me feel for the first time ever like I might actually be able to paint (after a lifetime of being told and believing otherwise). I loved them so much even though I don’t use oils, that I bought the DVDs 🙂
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