Making a masterpiece with Bob Ross and the iPad Pro Pencil
Hi, welcome back.
Glad you could join me today.
I'm about to attempt something that is gonna merge the old and the new school of art.
I am going to learn from the master himself, Bob Ross, and I'm gonna paint on the iPad Pro using Pro Create.
And I've only used the iPad Pro and the Apple pencil for about a couple hours.
And I'm not a very good artist, so we'll see how it goes.
Today I thought we'd do a fantastic little painting that's deep in the woods and it's very dark and misty.
I think you'll enjoy it.
Blue, green, yellow, blue, satin green got it.
Thanks Bob Ross.
Well I feel pretty good about that one.
Use this [UNKNOWN] brush, we're gonna make this small.
These are the worst trees i've ever seen in my life.
Dark green, nope lighter green.
Oh, it's pretty good.
[LAUGHING] This is garbage!
The tree's not doing so hot, okay.
Wow there's a lot of trees happening here, I gotta get on this guy, add some more.
Feel like I did that okay.
Oh, yeah, a happy little bush!
I did make a waterfall.
So far, so good.
I think that pretty well gives us a pretty little painting.
So, there it is.
I think I did it.
Overall I think I did sort of a good job.
It's not great but it's not the worst piece of art that I have seen in my life.
Im definitely not an artist.
If you are an artist, you're probably laughing at me through the screen right now.
But hey Bob taught me how to make a happy stream with happy trees and Im okay with that.
From all of us here, happy painting.
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