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Bob Ross® Oil Paint



In order to achieve the beautiful effects that Bob did on his Joy of Painting® PBS TV demonstrations you'll need to have oil paint that is manufactured to the proper consistency. If you use oil paint other than the Bob Ross® oils, you are pretty much guaranteed to be dissapointed with your results. Do yourself a big favor and buy Bob Ross® Oil Paint. Follow the links below to get Bob Ross® Oil Paint at a great discount.


Titanium White is one of the most heavily used of the Bob Ross® landscape oil paints. If you plan on painting frequently you should strongly consider buying the 5 OZ tubes.

  • Bob Ross® Titanium White
    Bob Ross® Titanium White oil paint will be one of the most frequently used when you're painting landscapes. Titanium White is an essential component in nearly all aspects of creating a Bob Ross® landscape using the wet-on-wet method.
  • Bob Ross® Phthalo Green
    Bob Ross® Phthalo Green oil paint will be one of the less frequently oil paints you use. If you paint often you'll probably want to have a 5 oz Phthalo Green tube, otherwise the 1.25 oz Phthalo Green tube should last you quite awhile.
  • Bob Ross® Phthalo Blue
    Bob Ross® Phthalo Blue oil paint is used very often in the wet-on-wet method. Usually you'll use Phthalo Blue for sky scenes, water, and often as part of the shadow color on snow-capped mountains.
  • Bob Ross® Prussian Blue
    Bob Ross® Prussian Blue oil paint is another heavily used color with the wet-on-wet method. Usually you'll use prussian blue for sky scenes, water, and often as part of the dark base mixture for mountains.
  • Bob Ross® Midnight Black
    Bob Ross® Midnight Black oil paint is an essential color used as part of the dark base mixture for mountains and is mixed with cad yellow to make subtle green colors.
  • Bob Ross® Dark Sienna
    Bob Ross® Dark Sienna oil paint is another fundamental oil color used as part of the dark base mixture for mountains, rocks, trees, and more.
  • Bob Ross® Van Dyke Brown
    Bob Ross® Van Dyke Brown oil paint is heavily used in mixing the dark base mixture for mountains, rocks, trees, and for quickly laying in large dark foreground areas. You'll use quite a lot of the Van Dyke Brown.
  • Bob Ross® Alizarin Crimson
    Bob Ross® Alizarin Crimson oil paint is another of the Bob Ross® colors that you'll use lots of. It is used for making beautiful sunsets, tinting the highlights on mountains, crafting beautiful seascapes, and in combination with other colors to create beautiful mixtures.
  • Bob Ross® Sap Green
    Bob Ross® Sap Green oil paint wasn't used by Bob in his early PBS TV programs. It was added to his oil colors later and it is an essential component now in mixing all the beautiful green hues used in landscape paintings.
  • Bob Ross® Cadmium Yellow
    Bob Ross® Cadmium Yellow oil paint is a color that you're going to use a lot of. It is mixed to make everything from beautiful glowing skies to brilliant hightlights on trees and grass.
  • Bob Ross® Yellow Ochre
    Bob Ross® Yellow Ochre will be used moderately. It is used most often to mix various shades of highlights for trees and grass. Yellow Ochre is also used to make beautiful effects in the sky portion of your painting.
  • Bob Ross® Indian Yellow
    Bob Ross® Indian Yellow is another oil paint that will be used moderately. It is used most often to mix various shades of highlights for trees and grass. When you mix Indian Yellow and Bright Red you'll get beautiful orange hues for fall foliage.
  • Bob Ross® Bright Red
    Bob Ross® Bright Red oil paint is one that will be used in small amounts, but frequently. It is used most often to mix various shades of highlights for trees and grass. In painting fall scenes you'll actually use quit a lot of Bright Red in creating highlights.