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These trees are so much fun. I get started on them and I have a hard time stopping. Nothing’s gonna make your husband or wife madder than coming home and having a snow-covered dinner. You can create beautiful things – but you have to see them in your mind first.

Let’s do that again. You can do anything here – the only pre-requisite is that it makes you happy. We can fix anything. Isn’t that fantastic that you can make whole mountains in minutes? In this world, everything can be happy. Maybe we got a few little happy bushes here, just covered with snow.

Volunteering your time; it pays you and your whole community fantastic dividends. Let’s build an almighty mountain. A fan brush can be your best friend. There are no mistakes. You can fix anything that happens.

  • These trees are so much fun.
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    I get started on them and I have a hard time stopping. Nothing’s gonna make your husband or wife madder than coming home and having a snow-covered dinner.
  • You can create beautiful things – but you have to see them in your mind first.

Let’s do that again. You can do anything here – the only pre-requisite is that it makes you happy. We can fix anything. Isn’t that fantastic that you can make whole mountains in minutes? In this world, everything can be happy. Maybe we got a few little happy bushes here, just covered with snow.

  1. Now we can begin working on lots of happy little things. I started painting as a hobby when I was little.
  2. I didn’t know I had any talent. I believe talent is just a pursued interest.
  3. Anybody can do what I do. The only thing worse than yellow snow is green snow. It’s all a game of angles. The light is your friend. Preserve it.

See. We take the corner of the brush and let it play back-and-forth. That’s what painting is all about. It should make you feel good when you paint. You’re the greatest thing that has ever been or ever will be. You’re special. You’re so very special. At home you have unlimited time. Everybody’s different. Trees are different. Let them all be individuals.

See there how easy that is. We’ll put some happy little leaves here and there. This is your creation – and it’s just as unique and special as you are. Just think about these things in your mind – then bring them into your world. We’ll put a happy little sky in here.

Let’s build some happy little clouds up here. Fluff that up. And right there you got an almighty cloud.

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It is a lot of fun. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way. And maybe, maybe, maybe… With practice comes confidence. Let’s make a happy little mountain now.

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And that’s when it becomes fun – you don’t have to spend your time thinking about what’s happening – you just let it happen. How to paint. That’s easy. What to paint. That’s much harder. Be careful. You can always add more – but you can’t take it away. Use what you see, don’t plan it. Put light against light – you have nothing. Put dark against dark – you have nothing. It’s the contrast of light and dark that each give the other one meaning.

  • Volunteering your time; it pays you and your whole community fantastic dividends. God gave you this gift of imagination.
  • Use it. I guess that would be considered a UFO.
  • A big cotton ball in the sky.
    I think there’s an artist hidden in the bottom of every single one of us.

We must be quiet, soft and gentle. Use what happens naturally, don’t fight it. They say everything looks better with odd numbers of things. But sometimes I put even numbers—just to upset the critics. That’s what makes life fun. That you can make these decisions. That you can create the world that you want. I get carried away with this brush cleaning.

In this world, everything can be happy. Maybe he has a little friend that lives right over here. If these lines aren’t straight, your water’s going to run right out of your painting and get your floor wet. I’m going to mix up a little color. We’ll use Van Dyke Brown, Permanent Red, and a little bit of Prussian Blue.

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Everything’s not great in life, but we can still find beauty in it. You don’t have to spend all your time thinking about what you’re doing, you just let it happen. All you have to do is let your imagination go wild. Now we’ll take the almighty fan brush. It just happens – whether or not you worried about it or tried to plan it.

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Paint anything you want on the canvas. Create your own world. Just go out and talk to a tree. Make friends with it. A thin paint will stick to a thick paint. We’ll paint one happy little tree right here.

It is a lot of fun. Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way. And maybe, maybe, maybe… With practice comes confidence. Let’s make a happy little mountain now.

And that’s when it becomes fun – you don’t have to spend your time thinking about what’s happening – you just let it happen. How to paint. That’s easy. What to paint. That’s much harder. Be careful. You can always add more – but you can’t take it away. Use what you see, don’t plan it. Put light against light – you have nothing. Put dark against dark – you have nothing. It’s the contrast of light and dark that each give the other one meaning.

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Volunteering your time; it pays you and your whole community fantastic dividends. God gave you this gift of imagination. Use it. I guess that would be considered a UFO. A big cotton ball in the sky. I think there’s an artist hidden in the bottom of every single one of us.
We must be quiet, soft and gentle. Use what happens naturally, don’t fight it. They say everything looks better with odd numbers of things. But sometimes I put even numbers—just to upset the critics. That’s what makes life fun. That you can make these decisions. That you can create the world that you want. I get carried away with this brush cleaning.

In this world, everything can be happy. Maybe he has a little friend that lives right over here. If these lines aren’t straight, your water’s going to run right out of your painting and get your floor wet. I’m going to mix up a little color. We’ll use Van Dyke Brown, Permanent Red, and a little bit of Prussian Blue.


Everything’s not great in life, but we can still find beauty in it. You don’t have to spend all your time thinking about what you’re doing, you just let it happen. All you have to do is let your imagination go wild. Now we’ll take the almighty fan brush. It just happens – whether or not you worried about it or tried to plan it.

Paint anything you want on the canvas. Create your own world. Just go out and talk to a tree. Make friends with it. A thin paint will stick to a thick paint. We’ll paint one happy little tree right here.

 

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