Setting Up Your Color Palette to Paint Bob Ross’ Mystic Mountain

Setting Up Your Color Palette to Paint Bob Ross’ Mystic Mountain

By Karen Bonaker

In this tutorial, Painter Master Elite Karen Bonaker will take you through the basics of working with a color set and mixing up sample colors for the variety of elements in the Mystic Mountain scene. You will learn how to import the free Mystic Mountain color set. How to use the color set to add colors to the mixer pad and how to create the hue variations required to make the realistic clouds, trees, river and mountains in the scene

Download the FREE Mystic Mountain color set and mixer pad image.

Tools You Need

Painter 2018 Free Trial

Download a FREE 30-day trial of Painter 2018 and get started on your own Mystic Mountain artwork. Experiment with unlimited art materials, including thick paints, flowing watercolors, and texture-filled media.

Mystic Mountain Brush Pack

Paint just like Bob Ross using this pack that includes everything you need to paint the happy clouds, trees, river and mountains that make up a Mystic Mountain. Endorsed by Bob Ross Inc.©

Painter 2018

Make an effortless transition from traditional to digital art, and accomplish natural, professional results in less time with Painter 2018. Changing what’s possible in art.

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Comments (4)

  • jazzyjane4 Reply

    Does this work with Corel Painter essentials 6? I can’t really find tutorials or anything to help me bring extra colors into this specific program online, and would love to have Bob Ross’s colors in my palette.

    March 16, 2018 at 9:04 pm
    • Adam Reply

      Thanks for getting in touch! You can find the Mystic Mountain palette in the Get More menu in Painter Essentials 6. You can find the Get More menu from the Welcome screen when you first launch the program, or by reopening the Welcome screen under Help > Welcome.

      Hope this helps!
      Discovery Center Team

      March 23, 2018 at 1:06 am
  • shannon Jones Reply

    HOW did you add the Bob Ross color pallet to the Mixer pad? When I went to Change Mixer Background I got a block of colors to chose from. Noting that would lead me to the drive where the Mystic Mountain Color set was with the Bob-ross pallet.prn sample was.

    So HOW is that color pallet added?

    February 25, 2018 at 12:47 pm
    • Adam Reply

      Hello Shannon,

      The download link for the Mystic Mountain colour set and mixer pad image can be found above the video on our tutorial page. You can also access it directly here.

      Hope this helps!
      Discovery Center Team

      February 26, 2018 at 10:26 pm

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