Ocean Storm Oil Painting

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Introduction: Ocean Storm Oil Painting

About: One of my favorite hobbies is dismantling electronics, then either combining them together to create something new, or adding components to make them better. I also like gadgets, whether it's taking them apart…


Medium: Oil Paints


Technique: Wet on Wet (Bob Ross)


Time: 2 Hours


Date: July 2009


This is my first ever oil painting! I painted it following one of Bob Ross' painting shows, where he painted a water scape called "Just Before the Storm". Mine turned out to look like during a storm, therefore the title, Ocean Storm. I gave the foam on the waves a "3D" effect, painting on thick, wispy dabs.

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    13 Comments

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    winneremerald12
    winneremerald12

    2 years ago

    Gorgeous. I'll have to try this for myself.

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    linda60
    linda60

    10 years ago on Introduction

    can i used bob ross tecnique with acrilic ??
    i just bough the canvas ,acrilis paint brushes and the 2 palletes but i don't know where to start.
    the canvas is prime already should i do somethig else before i start to paint

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    l8nite
    l8nite

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Bob uses a wet on wet technique that doesnt work well with acrylics but a lot of his methods can be used. If your really interested in learning to paint, a really great forum for artists is wetcanvas.com, artists of all skill levels share their work, ideas and experinces, there are areas for almost every medium and because its artists helping artists its a very informative and friendly site. I often get lost there for hours at a time.

    A ready primed canvas is perfectly fine to use as is although some people prefer to add a coat or more of gesso (primer) the only way you'll know is to experiment. The place to start is to just start putting color on the canvas, get to know your brushes and the medium, how it moves straight from the tube and with added water or other mediums, be sure to keep a mister handy to keep the paints wet or they will skin over quickly on your palette and most of all HAVE FUN

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    zascecs
    zascecs

    10 years ago on Introduction

     To make something that good would take me...

    *counts on fingers*

    ...2 days...?

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    Arbitror
    Arbitror

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Just follow one of Bob Ross' videos, and you can paint pictures way better than mine.

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    mikeasaurus
    mikeasaurus

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Being a huge fan of Bob Ross I recognized the painting immediately, personally I thought his use of yellow in the 'eye' of the wave was a bit much, I like yours better. You've done a great job capturing the essence of what BR is teaching.

    Though some artists are born great we all get better with practice. Keep up the paitings if you can, I look forward to your next canvas!

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    arielalexis2010

    The last two are very impressive! Almost as if it is coming off the canvas, however the first three lack contrast. They are a bit boring. Overall great job, especially for it being your first.

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    ChrysN
    ChrysN

    11 years ago on Introduction

    First ever oil painting, that is very impressive, great job!

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    rimar2000
    rimar2000

    11 years ago on Introduction

    2 hours???!!! That's incredible, I want to do something so...VERY BEAUTIFUL!

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    Arbitror
    Arbitror

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Painting using Bob Ross' style is very easy, especially when following a show. As I said, this is also my first ever oil painting, which turned out better than I imagined!