Francisco Castro is one of our most important national watercolorists and an internationally renowned author. An exhaustive student of technique, his work is recognized for an exquisite mastery of synthesis, light, balance of intensities and color. In addition to being an excellent teacher, transmitting his knowledge with clear and concise teaching.
In this course, the author from Córdoba will show his method to masterfully teach us the universe of flowers in watercolor and how to professionally capture all the freshness and life of flowers in our works.
Francisco Castro will talk to us about materials, types of paper, their uses and why, assembly and preparation of the paper or what the appropriate color palette is when working. We will carry out three complete exercises, from start to finish, in different formats, with different motifs, lights, shadows and colors to apply and we will work step by step to complete three quality works.
If you already have experience in the watercolor technique, you will undoubtedly find a large number of tips, techniques and tricks that you can incorporate into your works. For those who have just started or plan to do so, the course incorporates all the necessary information that will help you take a great leap in quality in your work.
Through 14 videos lasting almost 3 and a half hours we will see:
- Materials, color palette, types of papers and appropriate uses.
- Assembly, preparation and properties of the paper.
- Fading of colors, breaking of shapes, tonal values.
- Integrations, points of interest, synthesis.
- Pigment balances and correct use of water.
- Volumes, lights and shadows.
- Final details.