Twitch, the Amazon-owned videogame-streaming site, has been known to crack the whip in the past when it came to only having gaming content on the site. That may all be changing with Thursday’s announcement of Twitch Creative.
Twitch Creative, along with the recent beta of Twitch Music, seems to show the streaming company is willing to open up the types of content its willing to feature. With Creative, users can view streamers drawing, sculpting and creating art.
To place the cherry on top of this new foray into creativity, Twitch obtained the rights to the entirety of Bob Ross’s “The Joy of Painting” and is broadcasting a marathon of all 403 episodes starting today and running through Nov. 6.
People who want to show off their drawing and painting skills on Twitch Creative can start with happy trees.