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Joy of Painting TV Series DVDs

by Bob Ross


"We don't make mistakes here, we just have happy accidents. We want happy, happy paintings. If you want sad things, watch the news. Everything is possible here. This is your little universe." – Bob Ross

You have seen the amazing performance of artist Bob Ross on television. Welcome now to the possibility of fulfilling your creative dreams through the Bob Ross style of Painting.

Each Joy of Painting TV Series DVD contains thirteen 1/2-hr Bob Ross TV shows. With each show, Bob Ross leads you step by step through the creation of a beautiful oil painting using his famous Wet-on-Wet Technique. Simply follow along, and within minutes, you’ll have created your very own landscape, even if you have never painted before!

#19 contains the following episodes: Snowfall Magic, Quiet Mountain Lake, Final Embers of Sunlight, Snowy Morn, Campers Haven, Waterfall in the Woods, Covered Bridge Oval, Scenic Seclusion, Ebb Tide, After the Rain, Winter Elegance, Evenings Peace, and Valley of Tranquility.

#29 contains the following episodes: Island in the Wilderness, Autumn Oval, Seasonal Progression, Light at the Summit, Countryside Barn, Mountain Lake Falls, Cypress Creek, Trapper's Cabin, Storm on the Horizon, Pot O' Posies, Perfect Winter Day, Aurora's Dance, and Woodman's Retreat.

#31 contains the following episodes: Reflections of Calm, Before the Snowfall, Winding Stream, Tranquility Cove, Cabin in the Hollow, View from Clear Creek, Bridge to Autumn, Trail's End, Evergreen Valley, Balmy Beach, Lake at the Ridge, In the Midst of Winter, and Wilderness Way.



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You can play back and freeze and what else can I say, for learning this is the best way!

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Do these DVDs work in the UK please?

- Asked by Julian on 03-May-13
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Firstly, we don't ship internationally. Secondly, I'm not sure if these DVDs would work with UK DVD formatting. If you'd like to buy this, I suggest trying to find it using a British site. I'm sure the DVD would be formatted for use in a British DVD player if it is sold there.

- Answered by MisterArt on 08-May-13

I finished my first painting about 30 hours ago. I went to move it and realized it was still wet. What is the normal wait time for a painting to dry?

- Asked by Amy on 29-Jan-13
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An oil painting can take up to a year to be fully dry, to be honest, and the paint itself can be moved around when pressure is applied to it even when it feels dry to the gentle touch. The answer really depends on how thick you painted it. There isn't a book that can tell you when a painting will be fully dry. It depends.

- Answered by MisterArt on 04-Feb-13

What type of oil paint is used?

- Asked by nancy mcAllister on 29-Jan-13
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The Joy of Painting TV Series DVDs by Bob Ross uses the Bob Ross paint line.

- Answered by MisterArt on 30-Jan-13

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Rated by: Wayne Robisheaux in Lake Panasoffkee,Fl.
You can play back and freeze and what else can I say, for learning this is the best way!
Rated by: Gino Scarpino Sr. in Seattle, WA
I have been watching the Joy of Painting for the last several years, and have really appreciated not only his ability as an artist but his interest in encouraging anyone to paint. Everyone would love to be able to paint pictures and until he has shown us his technique many people would never have tried. As a result of his effort and commitment millions of people now are experiencing the Joy of Painting. His gentle manner and love of nature always made him a pleasure to watch.
Rated by: Debbie T. in New Albany, IN
The videos are wonderful and an excellent instructor for painting on my own at home. You can watch at your own convenience and no commercials!

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