一点点酞菁蓝 不用太多 就一点
Let’s just start up here on the top,
and just make little crisscross strokes.
And we’ll just work all the way across the canvas,
the color is continually mixing with the liquid white.
So it gets lighter,
And that’s exactly what we’re looking for in a landscape.
Something maybe, I don’t know, about like that.
We leave a little air you open.
Maybe I’ll put a cloud there, what the heck.
Maybe open a little cloud here.
Something like so.
Isn’t that easy?
We got this happy little sky laid in.
When you using this big old two-inch brush
it really doesn’t take too long to paint a canvas.
And now, the most fun part of the whole procedure,
and that’s washing the brush.
We have odorless paint thinner in the can,
scrub the brush, shake it off.
And just cover everybody in the studio.
We’ll take a two inch brush and
I’ll go right into a little bit of the titanium white.
Just load some into the bristles.
Just load some into the bristle, like so, maybe.
Be right back.
Put the least little touch of pink into it,
a little bit of bright red.
there we go let’s go up in here.
It will make a little floater cloud today, just by…
Just by tapping like so.
I get a little more color on the brush.
There just a little floater.
And all we’re doing is just tapping,
tapping a basic little shape
That’s all we’re looking for.
Something about like that.
Just let it float around.
Now that don’t look too good gem.
But we’ll come back with another two inch brush,
and very gently, look at that, look.
温和地涂抹 快看 你快看
See there, that easy.
You can create gorgeous little clouds, and you can pull them once again.
the liquid white’s under there, there the canvas is wave.
再说一次 底层刷着白颜料 画布是湿的
You can move paint right across the surface.
And that’s one of the nicest, easiest ways
I’ve ever seen of making some little clouds.
Okay! Now then.
Let’s take today take a little bit of the lizard crimson,
would just mix these on the brush it doesn’t matter.
A little lizarin crimson, a little phthalo blue.
I’m looking for, maybe a little lavender color.
Be right back I’m gonna reach down here and get a little white in there too.
Ooh, isn’t that a pretty color?
Just tap, give this clip here.
Maybe in our world
there lives some little trees far back here in the distance,
and I’m just using the top corner to brush,
then with that do it just indications
I don’t want a lot of detail, too far away.
Too far away just little distant trees
that live back here and have a good time.
These are just happy little trees, fun little things.
There we go.
Are you looking for is basic shape form.
Something maybe about like heaven.
Then you can wash the brush.
I just want an excuse to wash the brush.
There, shake it off!
Back in business.
Clean dry brush
Now I’m just going to tap the base of it,
to create the illusion of mist.
I want it to be very soft down towards the bottom,
Very very soft there we are.
Now then, I’ll just use the same old brush take a
I will take a little sap green,
a little bit of cadmium yellow,
low yellow ochre mixed again.
I’m looking for a nice…
Ooh, that’s what I’m looking for,
just a nice green there,
get a scoop in here.
Now then maybe there’s another layer of little bushes,
want little greener add a little bit more sap green.
Yeah, yeah that’s better.
See if you’re not happy with something change it
because this piece of canvas is truly your world.
and you can do anything here.
anything, that your heart desires.
There we go, see there.
Just indications of other little bushes that live in here.
Something like heaven.
And then with a clean brush,
Clean brush once again you can tap.
to create that illusion of mist.
Very soft, Very soft, very gentle.
Quiet little place.
Em we go back to the brush it had green on this all right.
Go right into the dark sienna.
Little Van Dyke Brown but mostly dark Sienna,
Tap it again, just tap.
Go right back up here.
I’m creating different planes in the painting different layers.
Just want to create a lot of depth in the background.
Something like that.
There we go, you can come right on down,
I don’t know, wherever you want it to go.
See, already we have three different layers of little things.
Take a liner brush, a little bit of paint thinner,
and you can just here and there,
就这样 这一点 那一点
don’t want a lot, it’s too far away.
the indication of a few little sticks and twigs it’s show but
But not a lot though, don’t overdo, it’s too far away.
Too far away, something like that.
Something like that, there.
Very gentle, okay.
Got to decide what we’re going to have down here.
I think, down here… some very very dark water
very dark I’m going to go into pure midnight black and Prussian blue as
as dark as I can get it.
and I’m gonna go up in here and just
Prussian blue, midnight black.
Just really really go in there.
Don’t be afraid of it,
cause anything we don’t like,
we just cover with paint over it, no big deal.
It’s one great thing about oils,
oils are the most forgiving medium there is,
the most forgiving medium.
When I was in college taking art,
I took classes in watercolor, for example,
it’s a gorgeous medium.
But college taught me two things.
First of all, it wasn’t my medium.
And secondly, super, super
respect for those who can do it.
I start with oil because they are so easy.
and as I say they’re very very forgiving
And I need all the forgiveness I can get.
Alright, we’ll go into van dyke brown, a little dark sienna,
I’m just mixing them together,
but mostly van dyke in this case.
Our little roll of paint, we’ll go right up in here.
maybe Maybe there’s a little bank that lives right here,
just a little bank, river bank.
See there, just drop in a basic shape.
Oops, dropped the old knife.
that’s alright, got another one right here.
Just keep right on going.
Alright, now then.
Find a brush here.
Get one that’s got a little bit of,
a little bit of sap green, a little bit of the…
Little touch of
I’ll get a little more of that sap green.
Like that, just load it full.
Just load it full, let’s go right up here.
And maybe up here, we’ll put just an indication of
some little things that are growing.
Right up in here, little grassy areas,
little tiny grass areas.
I’m gonna add a little bit of paint thinner,
a little bit of paint thinner.
Now then, I want to make this look like little banks that are hanging over.
So to do that, we just sort of bring that around.
Just like so.
There, get a little more paint.
But that creates the lay of the land back here.
Take a little white, a little bit of that brown color.
We’ll mix it up so it’s sort of marbly.
In here and there, we can put the indication of
little stones, or whatever that lives back in here.
Now then, let’s get crazy.
Maybe there’s a…
big bank that lives out here.
I want to create a lot of planes in this painting.
Sort of lean back, take a look.
Take a deep breath and jump in there.
Don’t be afraid of it.
You know, the worst thing that can happen, when you’re painting with oils,
is that you have to scrape it off and paint it again.
But that’s not a big deal.
As I said earlier,
oils are the most forgiving medium.
And if you make a mistake,
you just take it off, use it again,
go on about your business.
So, all we’re doing here is just
putting in a lot of good dark color,
good van dyke brown, dark sienna mixed together.
In fact, you could have probably done this painting using the black gesso
and had all this area done in black.
But it’ll work just as well.
Just however you want to do it, it’s up to you.
There we go.
Got a hair right there, we’ll get it off.
Think about how you want this embankment here to go, though.
I’m gonna put some grass on it too,
but I want it to look like it comes over.
Maybe in some places it’ll comes almost straight down
and then pull out,
it’s up to you.
But very little pressure on the knife,
just let it sort of bounce,
so it hits here and there, and there and here.
Maybe a little touch of the bright red.
Ooh, I like that.
Like that, just enough to give it a little flavor.
You know what we need back here on this big bank?
Let’s have a few trees.
I like to paint evergreens.
So, let me clean off this spot.
prussian blue, midnight black, and also that phthalo green.
普鲁士蓝 午夜黑 还有些酞菁绿
I like phthalo green in everygreens sometimes.
a little van dyke,
makes a pretty good pile of color though because
we’re going to load some brushes quite deep.
There, wipe the old knife off.
Let’s find a once inch brush.
Alright, load the bristle full of color,
wiggle them, that wiggly pulls the color down to the end of the bristles.
Just pulls it down and sharpen it.
Alright, let’s go up here.
And maybe in our world there lives
a little evergreen tree right there, right there.
Let me load that paint back up again.
Give it a little upward push,
working from side to side, there it comes,
just push upward.
Give it a push. All right.
That’s one of the easiest ways there is, making a nice little tree.
And we’re not worried much right now,
except about basic shape.
We’re going to come back,
I know we’re worried about the top at that,
we’re going to come back
and put in all kinds of little highlights.
But right now, all we’re worried about,
is just the outside edges and stuff that will show.
Put a dark, rich color in there.
Hmm, that’s fantastic.
Maybe there’s a big one up here,
we don’t even know where it goes.
To find out where it goes,
we’d have to nail another canvas on top of this one.
Right, there it is.
It goes right on out like that.
Maybe he’s got a little friend right there,
wherever you want him.
Let’s have one more, just to fill it all up here.
Let me load the brush back full of color.
And we’ll go right in here.
See there? Now we got a whole forest sitting back here.
And in your world, you put as many or as few trees as you want.
It’s up to you, totally and completely up to you.
Okay, I’ll just use that same old brush.
I’m going to go right into a little cad yellow, yellow ochre, indian
yellow, making a green.
我准备用镉黄 赭石黄 印度黄混出绿色
Load the brush the same way.
Let’s go back up here.
Now we can come back in here, and begin putting a few highlights here and there.
Just a few highlights.
I’m going to add a little paint thinner.
So let’s take a little bit, oh yeah.
See, that comes off a lot better.
If you have trouble making the paint come off, then just add a little paint thinner.
This one needs a little thinner.
Leave some of these dark areas, don’t kill them all,
darker, darker, darker.
This old big boy, he comes right on off into nowhere.
Something about like that.
There he goes.
Darker, darker, darker down here towards the base.
渐暗 渐暗 涂到树根
This one back here,
We want him to stay way back in the background.
There is one.
There we go.
Let’s wash the little brush out.
Just don’t get to beat on these little brushes very often,
and they’re just about as fun as the big ones, not quite.
It doesn’t do as much to get the camerman as the other ones do.
Now, maybe in here we got some nice bushes.
So, let’s mix up a color.
And for that, we’ll just pile it up here.
We may use that later.
Let’s take, we’ll use a phthalo blue,
and a lizarin crimson.
Proportionately much, much more crimson,
much more crimson, and blue,
or maybe a little bit more crimson there.
Alright, then I want to add a little white to it.
Ooh, that’s nice.
Okay, take the brush and dip it into liquid white.
Because you know our rule,
a thin paint will stick to a thick paint.
The liquid white is only there to thin it.
Pull the brush in one direction.
Load it full, let’s go up in here.
And maybe back in here we have some
gorgeous little lavender bushes.
Maybe I”ll make them a little brighter so they show up a little better for TV.
Okay, there it is.
Look at that though.
I like these little devils.
Maybe a little one lives right there.
Maybe, maybe in our world.
Yep, let’s have another one right over in here.
You just put them wherever you think they should be.
It’s up to you, totally and completely up to you.
Just little tips out here.
I like to use the liquid white to make little tips
so they shine.
Darker, darker, darker.
渐暗 渐暗 渐暗
We’ll go into a little bit a phthalo blue
and maybe got a little bush right here,
it’s got a little blue in it.
Just something to break up the flavor.
Maybe take a little yellow ochre,
and maybe we have right up here,
maybe right in here there’s a,
yep, just a pretty little bush that lives right there in a different color.
Well, this is turning into a very colorful little painting, I like it.
We’ll use our little two inch brush,
and let’s have a little green on it.
And we’ll just put some little grassy areas
that come right down this embankment.
Have the come out almost straight, let them come over,
let some of these things just hang over the side.
Get a little bit more of that sap green on there.
Just let them hang right over.
All kinds of things going off in here.
I like it.
Just scratch in a few little sticks and twigs just using the knife.
Lift them up, pull them down, it doesn’t matter.
Whatever makes you happy.
While I got that old knife let’s take,
let’s take some white,
I’m going to put some phthalo blue in it,
just to make a nice gorgeous blue.
Phthalo blue is such a beautiful color.
There, something about like that,
tiny little roll of paint.
Maybe we got some little, little things that are happening right along in here.
Just barely graze it, let it just slide.
Just barely run, barely touch it.
I want that paint just to pull off the knife,
and make it look like watery things are happening all down through there.
There we go.
We need something over here on the sides.
Isn’t that a neat way though?
Just making some nice little watery areas.
Maybe over here, let me grab some more brown.
Yep, you’re right, over here,
maybe there’s a peninsula,
or a little point of land that comes right out.
Just right about like that.
And we’ll take a little brown and white
just like we used to.
Just let it travel right down.
Let’s use a little bright red in there too,
just to make it look like old dirt,
rocks, stones, whatever’s out here, we don’t care.
泥土 岩石 碎石 管它是什么呢
Maybe there’s some little grassy areas right out here.
I don’t know.
Let your imagination go, take you wherever you want to go.
There, just some little happy things live in there.
Take a little touch of the liquid white,
go in some greens, some yellows.
Let’s have a little bush, lives right there.
Little tiny bush, cute little devil.
I like that.
Tell you what, let’s do , take a little more of that blue and white,
and let’s just bring it right around the edges here.
See there, let it come right around like this,
water just traveling right on down.
Some very, very easy way of making some effective water.
Let’s use some green, some brown, a little bit of blue.
接着用些绿色 棕色 外加一点点蓝色
Gonna have a bush right here.
So to do that, you need to put some dark color in.
Maybe it comes all the way on out.
I don’t know.
Okay, we’ll go into a little bit of sap green, a little yellow,
好了 现在取一点草绿 一点黄
there we are.
Put some highlights on this little rascal.
You know, we travel all over the country
and we do shows for PBS stations,
and they’re call Brush And Brunch With Bob.
Recently I did one,
I think I was in Knoxville, Tennessee,
and I met one of the cutest young fellows there,
and he came up on the stage with me,
and he whispered in my ear and he said, “Bob, bob.”
And I said “Yeah?”
He said, “Beat the devil out of it.”
He was probably about, oh I don’t know,
seven or eight years old,
just the nicest young fellow,
think his name was Owen.
But just, super young guy,
I enjoyed meeting him very much.
But if we get to your town doing one of these brush and brunches,
please come out and see us.
I’d love to meet you and talk with you,
and most importantly,
it helps support your public television station.
And they need your help.
Okay, tell you what, let’s do… Let’s have some fun.
Let’s take some brown, put a paint thinner with it.
I’m gonna mix up, real thin.
I want to make a nice thin color.
let just van dyke brown
Then we’ll take, oh, I’ll use some brown and white overhead up here.
Put some paint thinner with that.
So they’re both quite thin.
We have one dark, and one quite a bit lighter.
Take the little filbert brush,
go right through the dark color, on both sides.
Then I’ll go through the light, on only one side.
I’m going to go up here,
I’m going to put the indication of just all kinds of little domes and rocks.
Maybe some live out here in the water.
I don’t know, wherever you want them.
Over in here, maybe we got some big ones
that live out here in these…
It’s a nice way of making
a lot of stones very rapidly,
because you can make them in one stroke.
Just drop them in.
Maybe there’s a whole patch of them here.
There we go.
However many you think there should be.
While we got that old brush going,
let’s put some van dyke brown on it.
Maybe up in here…
We’ll put a nice little tree that lives right there.
There he is.
Grab my little lighter brush,
put some arms on him,
trees need some arms too.
Just give him a few little arms.
Just a happy little tree that lives up here,
overlooks this little stream that just flows by.
Maybe he’s not doing so good and
he doesn’t have any leaves on him.
So we’ll just let him look right there,
he’s sort of a naked tree.
Maybe over in here,
just a couple of little ones.
There, there’s some very quiet little trees.
I think with that we’ve got to have a finished painting.
Hope you’ve enjoyed this one,
it’s one that you can do,
I’d like to hear how you do with it.
So, from all of us here, I’d like to wish you happy painting
and God bless my friend.
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