I Tried Following A Bob Ross Tutorial On my Face


– Hi sisters. James Charles here and welcome
back to my Youtube channel. Oh my God, you guys, for today’s video I am
actually really, really excited and I just wanna tumble right in because today’s video is literally one of the most requested
comments from you guys probably ever in the
history of this channel, and I think I know why, too. Obviously you guys know I
love to play with makeup and is my hobby and now
thanks to all of you, sisters, it is my job and I get to
do it every single day. But I probably never would have
fell into my love for makeup had it not stemmed from my
love for art a few years ago. When I was younger, I would come home from
school every single day and spend hours and hours of
my time drawing portraits, whether charcoal or pencils, sketching in my school
notebooks or on my homework, trying different paintings, scrapbooking, literally you name it. I was definitely trying to be creative in some way, shape or form. The title of my palette
that is now released obviously is Unleash Your Inner Artist, which I feel it has definitely reflected in my makeup style as well. At this point you name it, I pretty much painted every single day on my face at this point, everything from skeletons and 3D special effects for Halloween time to rainbow acid dripping down my skin to even the aurora borealis literally smacked up right here on my forehead. And that brings me to
today’s brand new video. My love for art has definitely made a very
large impact on my life and somebody who also has
an intense love for art is Bob Ross. If you don’t know who Bob Ross is, he’s an icon and a legend. RIP, gone way too soon. But he truly changed the art industry because of the fact that he would go on TV for like 30-minute segments and create a beautiful landscape painting. But what was different about it is that he was actually
taking the audience through the painting, step by step, almost like a regular tutorial. If you really think about it, Bob Ross is kinda like
the first ever “guru” before bigger guru really every existed. And he had an immense love
and talent for painting. But to most everyday people, painting is very, very challenging and he brought his
knowledge and his skills on a public platform,
which at the time was TV, and shared that with the world and helped people at home learn
how to be better painters, just like I kinda do with
makeup every single day. For today’s video, after
literally thousands and thousands of you guys commenting
and asking for this, I thought I would finally give it a go and try following a Bob Ross
painting tutorial on my face. Super quickly before
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let’s jump into the video. (instrumental music) Alright, so I’m going through
the Bob Ross Youtube channel. I really want to do something very wintery because it’s the season. And I found this one, which is called Bob Ross: Reflections of
Calm (Season 31 Episode 1). Originally aired on February 22nd 1994, literally before I was even born. So let’s see what Bob is
gonna have us paint today. (soft instrumental music) Oh. So, Mr. Ross. I was gonna say my lawyer
is gonna need to talk to him but this video was
filmed over 20 years ago. The whole paintbrush idea, hello, my intro, Unleash Your Inner
Artist, that entire campaign. Wow, maybe his lawyer though
should be calling mine. – Hello, I’m Bob Ross and
I’d like to welcome you to Series 31 of The Joy of Painting. – He’s so calm. – If this is your first time with us allow me to extend a personal invitation for you to drag out your
paints and your brushes and paint along with us. Tell you what, let’s start right off today and have ’em write all the
colors across the screen– – Titanium white. – While they’re doing that, let me show you what I got up here. – Phthalo blue. – [Bob] Today I’m using an 18×20 canvas– – Prussian blue. – It’s pre-stretched and double primed. And then I’ve just
covered the entire canvas with a very thin coat of liquid white. – Okay, so Bob is gonna
be painting on a canvas, I’m gonna be painting on my forehead, an equally as large surface. A few months ago on my Instagram I did an aurora borealis look where I basically painted
the entire aurora borealis and like a winter scene on my forehead and then I did an eye look inspired by it and I really really
love how it turned out. So I think for today’s video
I wanna do the same thing, kind of keep the painting up here and maybe even do an eye
look using the palette. After the fact is like a
little bonus tutorial moment. I have my colors picked up right here, I’m gonna use MakeUp
Forever Flash palette. And my canvas is already
primed with foundation and lots of powder and concealer. – Tell you what, let’s start off with a
little two-inch brush. – Oh wait, he’s saying
I need a two-inch brush. So I’ll be using paint brushes for this? I didn’t prepare. – [Bob] Here we are, we take a
little touch of phthalo blue. phthalo blue is a beautiful– – Phthalo blue? – Alright, let’s go right up in here. And we’ll start just making little exes.
– Oh God. Okay so it looks like it’s a light blue, so I’m gonna take this and I’m gonna mix together some blues. I’m just gonna use my hand as a palette ’cause I don’t have a fancy
Bob Ross actual palette. That’s like a good
phthalo blue right there. – Crisscross strokes. That easy. That easy. And we’ll work all the
way across the canvas. – Crisscrossing. – [Bob] We start at the top and work down. That way the paint is continually mixing with the liquid white
that’s already on the canvas and automatically your sky
will get lighter and lighter as you work down toward the horizon. – Oh, are you kidding me? – [Bob] There, let the
canvas work for you, allow the colors and the paint, everything to work
together to make it easy. – Are you kidding? He just did an entire sky
in literally one minute. Is this a prank? I’m using my crisscross technique so I’m really just crisscrossing
it for a little while. I whish I had a two-inch brush, I feel like that’d
really help me out here. Kind of really get this into the hairline, because we gotta go all the way (laughs) to the top of the canvas. He said as you go down there’ll
be less and less product. I don’t know how, how do I just, hello? Crisscross, crisscross, crisscross. Lots of winter times
(mumbles) for you and myself, so we’re just gonna move
on to the next step. – I think today, let’s have still water. So pull from the outside to in. Like so. It’s all there is to it. We’ll go to the other side,
do the same identical thing. But I suggest– – What? – [Bob] If everything works just right, It’ll look like a sheen of lights just streaking right across your water. Sneaky but it works great. – Sneaky but it works great. Me in the video industry. (laughs) I guess I’m gonna get
some more of my blue color and I’m gonna pull it in from the side. He said to keep your brush straight but I’m working on a not
exactly flat canvas here since this is a little, oops, I just did what he said not to do. Okay I’m already not
following the tutorial, pull inwards. Sorry Bob. Oops, there’s my eyebrow. I think my water’s up too high. We’re gonna figure it out. – I wanna darken the corners on this. I’m gonna take a little Prussian blue. Prussian blue is much much
stronger than phthalo blue, it’s a beautiful blue. And right there in the corners I’m just gonna add a small
amount of the Prussian blue. – Oh, okay, great. We finally get to add
some forehead contour. This I am definitely down for. I’m gonna grab a little bit of blue and maybe a little bit of black, even, too to really deepen that up and make it look like my
forehead isn’t 800 miles long. – [Bob] When the painting
is completely done, its dark corners will help lead the eye toward the center of the painting. Let me put a little in the water too, we don’t want it left it out. Okay, let’s just blend that
color ’til it’s nice and smooth, and we’re in business. – What? I don’t understand how
he’s doing it so fast. He’s done like three paint strokes and there’s the entire ocean. Like, hello? – No, it’s not. No, it’s not. – [Producer] Yes.
– Is it? – [Producer] Yes. – Is it really? – This is true. I feel like if I had a canvas
this wouldn’t be as difficult. I feel like I really set
myself up for failure here doing this on my own forehead. Adding some dimension to
the ocean, like Bobby said. Oh my God, my hair. Why did I let you guys talk me into this? Like, are you serious? Oh my God, I’m gonna rip all my hair out. This looks so bad. He has literally… I can see the sky and
the ocean on his already, and then mine, like, what is this? I really just let’s keep going. Let me be positive. Everything always turns
out good in the end, so. – This is where i really have a good time. Just cleaning this old brush, shake it off, (thumping) (laughs) I just beat the devil out of it. That really is a fun part
of this whole technique. – I’m just gonna clean my
brush using a makeup wipe but, I do love beating the devil
out of certain things. – Today, let’s take, really use a little bit of phthalo blue, some Alizarin crimson, a little bit of black. A wanna make a little mountain in here, I wanna make a dark
lavender-looking color. It’s most important
how you load the knife. Cut across the paint
and get the little roll that lives right under
the edge of the knife. Okay, let’s go up in here. Right here. Just decide where you think this little mountain lives in your world and drop it in. Painting is a very individual thing. We all see nature through different eyes and that’s the way you should paint it. All we’re looking for
is the nice top edge, we can’t care less what’s
happening down below. A brush that’s good and dry across the liquid whites on the canvas, you can literally move color. If you were working on
a dry canvas right now, you’d be in agony city. – That’s a mountain. He just made a mountain
in literally 30 seconds. I can’t put a knife on my face so I guess I’m just gonna
use a flat square brush, which is sort of, as close
I’m gonna get, right? I don’t know what else I would use. Well, now I feel like my ocean’s too tall. I don’t have room to
put a mountain anywhere. Now I have a blue forehead
so what am I gonna do now? Okay, he literally just, like, tucked the brush and what happened? He just was like, let me
just scrape it on there. Are you kidding me? – Now we go back to the solid dark color and come right up in here. Let’s– – Oh no, hold on sweetie,
I’m gonna need to pause. Oh my God, here we go, another mountain. Okay, so this one he
said he wanted to be more Crimson than blue. So we’re gonna take some
red and mix it together here and make it really nice and dark. That’s like a nice deep Crimson color. – [Bob] We’re gonna put a
few little highlights on it, but you decide where all
the little protrusions on your mountain live, little bumps. And there is no right or wrong here. – That’s good. (laughs)
– [Bob] The only rule that we have here is the
painting should make you happy, you should enjoy it. – That’s a real mountain,
how does he do this? Are you kidding me? That’s a real mountain. Oh my God. – [Bob] Some are in their 90s, they tell me they they never
believed they could paint and they’ve tried this
and it’s worked for ’em. You can do it. – I don’t know about that, Bob. – [Bob] One of the rules if
you’re painting mountains, always remember, if you
can see the entire mountain it’s always more distinct on the top than it is on the bottom. – Oh hey, good tip.
– [Bob] ‘Cause we have mist and now we have wonderful pollution that sort of lays around
the bottom of the mountain– – Oh Bob Cross getting political, okay. So okay, when it comes to
the bottom of these mountains he literally just blends it away. Okay, I need to pause, okay. That’s not good. Oh wow, I really was
excited for this video and now I’m really not. He takes a dry brush after that and just goes in and just blends it away. How? I don’t really know. But we’re gonna, clearly
we need to figure it out. Yeah. Okay, this is not that bad. It’s no Bob Ross, that is
for sure, but it’s not bad. – It’s fun to take and reflect a mountain right into the water. – Oh God. – [Bob] Now we’re just looking for a basic little reflection here, we’re not too worried
about it being exact. When you first start it’s easier to take the canvas off the
easel and turn it upside down and just basically repaint the mountain. Just like we did, gonna pull that color. – Oh my God. How am I supposed to draw
the same mountain again? I don’t even know what
I did the first time. Are you kidding me? I am so focused right
now it’s not even funny. I wanna make this actually good. I can’t flop. Okay, that’s not that bad. Oh my God. (screams) You’re kidding. Now I’m gonna blend it out, like Bob said. Blend it upwards, looks like a little
reflection in the water. ♪ Who is that mountain I see ♪ ♪ Staring straight back at me ♪ ♪ When will its reflection
show who it is inside ♪ Oh my God, look, it’s a
reflective mountain in the water. – Keep your canvas and your paint as thick and firm as possible. – Oh I love it. We love thick and firm as possible. – [Bob] I’m gonna take a
little white, a little black– – A little white? – [Bob] Make just a touch of gray. – What’s he doing now? – Little roll of paint here
will always load the knife. A little roll of paint. I don’t want very distinct things today, I just want the indication
of little things happening. No pressure, absolutely no pressure, just let it– – Is that how people paint mountains? Oh my God. This is, no. – [Bob] Sometimes we
put a lot of indication, sometimes a few. – He literally just painted
an entire, oh my God. This has got to be a joke. – [Bob] No pressure on the knife. I know I say that over
and over in these shows but it’s probably the single, biggest– – Oh my God, he… – When they first start, is applying too much
pressure in the knife. – He literally just ran the
paintbrush over the area with a little bit of white and there all of a sudden
is a mountain range. I think this is so sick, though, because you guys know
that I’ve always loved art but what I was really really good at was drawing portraits
with pencil and charcoal. I still like painting but I
really wasn’t that great at it. So learning these techniques is insane because I never in a million years would have tried this stuff but it’s not as hard as
I would have thought. Making some gray on the back of my hand. I don’t really know
how to do this exactly. I mean, not horrible, honestly. Could be a lot better
but could be a lot worse. Just gonna touch up some areas where I’m having a little
bit of trouble here. So when I did my aurora
borealis a few months ago I actually did do winter
mountains in the photo and they were white as
opposed to a shadow mountain like we’re doing right now. If you zoom in on the photo there’s a lot of dimensions
and detail in the mountains. And I will say I’m pretty proud at how they ended up looking, I feel like they looked pretty real. That’s because I spent
literally an hour going in and drawing tiny little
black lines and dots to symbolize rocks and
shadows in the mountains. When all I had to do is scrape
it on there with a knife. – We’ll just take that
same mountain color, same mountain color, sort of a lavender. We tap a little bit right
into that two-inch brush. Don’t be afraid of this
brush ’cause it’s large, it will do wonderful things. – I love… (laughs) Don’t be afraid of this
brush because it’s large, it will do wonderful things. That is my motto in life,
just not for brushes. – [Bob] Now then, let’s have some fun. Some blue and some black and some Crimson, let’s put some brown in
it, and some sap green. – What? – Basically all your dark colors. There’s one number six fan brush. – Ew, fan brushes, are you kidding? – [Bob] Just put a little bit
of color right on the brush, it’s all there is to it. – Gross, fan brushes literally do nothing. There’s literally no point in fan brushes, they’re the dumbest brush in
literally all of existence. – [Bob] We’ll add a little white. And then I’m just gonna take and grab that and lift it upward, on to
look like little trees. Little closer to us but
living very far away. – Oh my God. Suddenly I need a fan brush. To make this little grass he had, oh God let me pull this up, he had like a green and some darkness. Okay we’re gonna put that over here. I’m gonna use a little liner brush, maybe to add some more dimension. – We’ll take the knife. A little bit of dark
sienna and Van Dyke brown, mix ’em together– – Here we go again. – Our little roll of paint. Let’s go right up in here. And with that, we’ll
just put the indication, maybe like here, right there. – Oh my God, that’s a real shoreline. This is crazy, oh my God, are you serious? So a little bit of white. And I noticed when he was
playing around with the colors he kinda let them them be messy. So almost when he put some on there, it kept some of that dimension. Maybe that’s the technique that
I’m messing up a little bit, it’s that I’m trying too
hard to make it look perfect. (laughs) That didn’t exactly work. I think it’s probably a lot
more than just that technique that I’m messing up. – [Bob] A little bit of liquid white, and we’ll just cut a little water line. If you put a little too
much liquid white on there and you think it’s a little too strong, just rub it, it will just
be absorbed into the color. It will go away. – He’s such a good teacher,
that’s what I will say too. Everything that he’s doing
he makes it look so easy but you actually get to
watch him do the entire thing as opposed to him just cutting
to the finished product. Okay, so, a little bit of white
to sketch in the waterline. Honestly, not horrible. Not great, but still not horrible. – We need to figure out what
we’re gonna put in here, so let’s take some Prussian
blue, sap green, Crimson, brown. Here’s old two-inch brush, we’ll take him. Let’s just block in some areas. We’re gonna have a big
tree that lives right here. This is sort of your bravery test after you’ve worked so hard to put in all those gorgeous things. Then you come up here, some
crazy, fuzzy-haired guy says, “Put a big tree right over the top of it.” There. – And it already looks like a tree. Once again, he just painted
an entire tree in 30 seconds. So I have my little two-inch brush. I’m gonna put that over here ’cause this is where the tree should go. Oh-oh. (laughs) So now we’ve hit a wall
because that’s not a tree in any way, not even close. Everything else was
okay, this is like bad. That’s a blob of paint. I don’t know how he did that. I’m just gonna keep going. – When you paint, you begin to see things. Let ’em happen, just let ’em happen. Let ’em happen, don’t worry about ’em. Learn to compose as you paint, learn to take advantage of what happens. We call those happy accidents and they can be your best friend. – Oh my literal God, he is… – [Bob] Maybe it comes right
on down, right in there. – Those are trees and those
are trees in the reflection. You’re kidding, how, oh my God. This is too challenging for me. I also set myself up for failure by doing this on my own face but let’s put some freaking trees in here. What the hell, are you kidding? How does he do that? I mean, it could be worse? Maybe if we used more
of like a fluffy brush as opposed to a pencil brush like this one ’cause it will add that texture. No, that did not do anything. Maybe it’s like this,
it’s literally like rub. That actually literally hurts. Yes, this is it. – [Bob] Of course, right
underneath we need a reflection. – Where’s my brush? – [Bob] We would need a reflection so just pull it straight down. There. – Wait, what? – [Bob] Give us a little
instant reflection. Tell you what, maybe there’s
a tree that lives right here. We’ll put some highlight
on it so he’ll show. This one lives a little closer to us so we can make out a
little more detail on him. There. – Oh my God, that’s an entire pine tree. What the heck, oh my God. No. Okay, so. (grunts) He put a tree right here, ish. I’m just stippling this
on from a real one, I’m hoping that it looks good. That looks so dumb, are you
kidding me, how did he do that? Now I’m annoyed because I
actually wanted this to look good and it’s not looking good or fresh. There’s your freaking pine
trees in the forefront, Bob. What the, oh. I don’t understand how
he does this so quickly. – [Bob] We’ll make a nice green color. And then we can come right along in here and place us a few little
highlights on this tree, that will snatch it right
out of that background. – That will snatch it
right out, are you kidding? Bob Ross, now a superstar beauty guru. Wow, Bob Ross is really
coming for my brains today. Mixing together green and yellow on the back of the hand,
the little palette here. (laughs) This is too hard, oh my God. I really thought I was
gonna be okay at this. I’m now realizing that these trees are forming a separate
island to overlap the water. And I did not get that memo before. Oh no. Like Bob said, we get to choose where we wanna put our things in our world so these trees are going in front. They’re loving their
grass area right here. Taking this into my
own hands for a second, we’re just putting the grass right here, we’re dragging that brush upwards to create the appearance of
grass, just like Bob said. Bob, sweetie, I am so sorry. – [Bob] There they go. – (sighs) What? It just looks like he’s painting… Maybe Bob Ross is Mother
Nature, conspiracy theory. He just paints it in there. – [Bob] A touch of liquid white, just to give the indication
of a waterline right in here. – Well, now I feel stupid, I
messed this whole thing up. – Big tree lives. – Okay, back to the big tree, great. – [Bob] Here he comes,
he comes right on down– – Here he comes. – [Bob] This is just dark color. Maybe it comes all the way
down here, I don’t know. That’s the beauty of painting like this, you don’t have to know exactly
where everything is at. – We don’t. Trust me. Okay, so, I’m gonna go back to this. And I’m gonna hide away my mistakes by using lots of dark colors and making this tree a little
bit more tree-like, so. Let’s make this a tree. And it goes all the way
down, just like Bob said. That is the worst tree of
all time, are you kidding me? – Let’s take, we’ll use
some of that yellow. – Oh, it’s a yellow tree trunk. – Mix them on the two-inch brush though. Let’s go, right in here and let’s begin picking
up some highlights, just the corner of the brush. If you’ve got a very thick,
dry paint up on the canvas you can put this right on here. – Oh my God. – [Bob] Now our yellows are
made just a little bit thinner– (grunts) What? Okay so before we move on to the next step I wanna pause for a second and actually move away from the tutorial and fix a mistake that I made early on which was putting the
lighter mountain on the edge as I opposed to in the middle. So we have this entire area of
my forehead completely blank so I think I want to try to
do another big tree over here since I butchered this one so badly. Just to, one, fix it a little bit, make it a more composed painting, but also, two, to get a
little bit more practice in. So if I put it over here, just like sketching in this little thing. This is my number two brush. That looks already a million times better than the first one. Okay, love that, love me making progress. Next we add a little bit
of green on the landscape so I’m gonna do that as well, over here. Just sketching it in. Not really caring ’cause it’s our world and we get to place the green
wherever we want it to be so I’m just gonna put it right here, kinda right underneath my eyebrow. So next I’m just gonna take a
little bit of that landscape and we’re just gonna blend it downwards. Should probably do some on this side too. So taking some more yellow
and green for some dimension, gonna stipple it right on here. Oh, slightly too yellow. No worries though, we’re just
gonna take our two-inch brush and just type right over top of it. Just blend it away. We have the liquid white
underneath so no worries. I forgot to add in my tree trunk, with a little bit of brown and a little bit of titanium white before adding in the details. Let’s do that now. Can’t believe it slipped my mind. – No. (laughs) Maybe a little bit of white. Perhaps it’s a birch tree. We get to choose, it’s our world. Never gonna go back in
(mumbles) dimension. Just grabbing a little bit of green and a little bit of yellow, mixing it together on the palette, stippling it right on there. Oh my god, that’s a tree. I feel like I need to add some
more dimension into my grass, I feel like my gras is
looking slightly flat. So I’m gonna grab some
yellow and some green, just like the trees, and just going in, slightly
stippled, just like he said. And then lift it right
upwards, just like up. It creates the illusion of grass in the foreground of the painting. I’m acting like I know
exactly what I’m talking about but in reality I have no idea. Great, back to the tutorial. – I wanna show you an easy way
of making a fantastic effect. One side only, I will
put a little light color. So you get dark and light. Now watch, watch, little
stone lives right there. And wherever you want ’em. – This… (sighs) – You just drop ’em in. Several little stones, put
some little grassy things right around here. Look at that, see, it
brings it all together. Little yellow ochre there too. – He makes it look so easy, oh my gosh. – And we’ll put just the indication of a little waterline here and there, sort of bring it all together. Just to bring it together. Shoot, I think we got a
finished painting here. Really hope you’ve enjoyed this and hope you’ll join us for– – No.
– The rest of this television series. And from all of us here, I’d
like to wish you happy painting and God bless, my friend. (instrumental music) – Oh wow. I guess we’re done. It was for real almost as
if he was throwing the paint on the canvas and it was just working. Which is one thing that I’ve
talked about in my videos a lot of times that you
shouldn’t do as an artist because it doesn’t work that way, but Bob Ross is magical and it is working. Clearly for me it isn’t. So much just happened. We literally painted an entire
mountain and forest landscape on my freaking forehead, my hand’s palette, as you can tell, is covered with every color
you could possibly imagine and I’m really happy with
how this look turned out. Just for fun I thought
I’d clean up this palette super quickly and take out my palette and do a super quick and easy
Bob Ross inspired eye look, just to pull the whole face together. Let’s get started, again. I’m gonna brown my eyelids, as always, using my Morphe M173 brush and my MAC (mumbles) paint pot. Grabbing an M456 I’m gonna
dip into the shape of Daddy, deep, dark, mat green and
pack this in an outer V shape and then with a (mumbles)
I’m just bringing that shade right into the crease. And then grabbing an M433 I’m
gonna dip into Social Blade in the bottom left-hand corner and use that to buff out the edges. First pack in the eye color on there and then just use light circular motions to defuse out that edge. Pack a little bit of Daddy
into that outer corner. Mixing together a tiny little bit of Daddy and a little bit of Tea
on our M506 as well, and we’re just gonna use this
to deepen off the outer V. Grabbing a little bit of
concealer and an M124 brush I’m going to quickly cut the crease. Now, on another M124 brush
I’m gonna dip into the shade Quack, and I’m gonna
give it a quick spritz of some sun-in spray. And I’m gonna pop this shade right in the middle of the crease. And then always with any
of that excess shadow that’s left on the brush I’m just going to blend in that edge so there’s no harsh
line on that top crease. With that same brush we’re gonna grab a
little bit of Ring Light and give that a spritz of
some sun-in spray as well. And I’m gonna pop that in the inner corner and overlap it right over top, that Quack, to make it kind of an
omber metallic shade. Dipping into a tiny bit of Bee and I’m gonna pop that
in the inner corner. Gonna highlight my inner
corners with some yellow, just like Bob Ross did with his trees. For the lower lash I’m gonna
grab a little bit of Cola and pack this right up
against the lash line. I’m gonna tap into both Playground and a little bit of Brother to kinda make a more phthalo
blue type of mixture, if you will (chuckles), and use it to buff out
a little bit of Cola. And finally to finish off this eye look I’m just gonna grab the Vivid
Brights light yellow liner and use this to cut the crease. Gonna quickly curl my lashes and pop in a little bit of
MAC Extended Play mascara. And then finally popping on
a little lash in this style, So Extra Miami. I almost forgot, last
but certainly not least, gonna grab an M431 and dip into Face, the highlighter shade in the palette, and use this to highlight the brown bone. Alright sisters, that is
how you guys can create this super simple Bob Ross
inspired eye makeup look. I wonder if you guys at home
watching that were like, “Oh my God, how did he even do that?” Just like I was watching
Bob’s tutorial earlier on. I’m gonna go and finish the
other eye off camera quickly and I’ll be right back with
the final look and my thoughts. Alright sisters, I am back. I drew in the other
eye off camera quickly, some highlighter used in the shade of Face from my palette, of course, and a brown tone liquid lipstick just to match with the whole tree vibe. And you guys, I think that this is our
Bob Ross makeup tutorial all complete. You guys, I had so much fun
filming this video today. Oh my God. I’m almost mad myself that
I waited this long to do it, but like I said in the
beginning of this video, I’ve always loved art and
had such a passion for it but painting was never something
that I was that great at, and for my videos I am
definitely a perfectionist so I was super nervous
going into this today, but. Following the Bob Ross
tutorial made it so much easier than I would’ve expected. He was so calm and so sweet and slow, which is really great
for beginners like me. And also, I was really
really shook at first because he was doing so many different
little tips and techniques that made the painting
come together so fast. I was like literally watching magic in front of your very eyes. But actually watching him doing it and explain how the
different techniques work made it easy for me to try
to recreate it as well. It is very obvious to me
why so many people loved and watched Bob Ross, not only were his
paintings literally iconic, he is so incredibly talented, but also as well he is
genuinely such a great teacher. He explained everything so so well and you could just tell he has a true love for what he does. And his impact on the art world of bringing painting and
all of his techniques to the everyday consumer
will never be forgotten. I think that is all for today’s video. If you guys did enjoy
this as much as I did, please don’t forget to give
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I did on my Bob Ross painting. I definitely think if
this were on a canvas, it will probably be really
really good and fresh. I’m definitely dying to test
out more painting techniques very very soon, but I wanna
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