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Felix Auer, a web developer, created the highly detailed Two Inch Brush, where you can search and view all of Ross’ work over all 31 seasons. Each painting has a page, with links to the specific episode on YouTube. The show is also streaming on Netflix.
The site enables you to search by tone and color, and there’s even a step by step guide, featuring one of the Ross’ episodes.
Don't fight it just let it happen ~Bob Ross— Hannah (@moorehannah145) March 30, 2017
Here’s Ross, with his iconic afro and soothing voice, in the “Mystic Mountain” episode:
Kahron Spearman is a music and film critic whose work can also regularly be regularly found in the Austin Chronicle.