In this documentary traditional flags do not appear but rather the recently popular geopolitical national outline flags appear when they explain Ross's rise to global superstar status as seen in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
|Ireland Accidentally got filled in as a part of the UK|
Even with a professional big budget, errors sometimes slip in. I myself am not immune to these slip ups, but the producers of the documentary accidentally flagged Ireland as a part of the UK. I guess they must have had an old map from before 1931.
Although Ross may have looked like a hippie, he was in the Air Force for much of his adult life. He originally grew up in Florida, but being transferred to Alaska when he was 21 made him become the legend that he was destined to be.
Sakhalin under the Japanese fold. It's the northern most island that kinda' looks like fish. I guess they must have used a really old map again since the Southern Half of this island belonged to Japan before WWII?
No matter, the techniques promoted by Bob Ross allowed anyone to easily enjoy and experience the 'Joy of Painting' or rather the 'Joy of Creativity.' Bob Ross's show was more than just a painting show. It was kind of medicine, that only charged you a few minutes of your time and attention. So powerful was his simple, heartfelt love of nature that his passion for painting allowed the various colours of the world to enter a nexus of joy and peaceful creativity.
I, Christopher Maddish, would like to add that everyday you 'Write, Draw, Play, Jump, Laugh, or Imagine' it'll bring happiness to your heart, and to those around you, because you can do it, so do it!