Blurone

A course by Nono García

Seeking the essence in watercolour

Create still lifes full of transparencies, reflections and mist

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Total rating: 5 (3)people
40 students
In Spanish
Subtitles: Spanish English
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  • 1. Brushes and the color palette.
  • 2. Paper and its rack mounting.
  • 3. First exercise. Cup with almond branches. Previous composition.
  • 4. First exercise. The ellipse of the mouth of the glass.
  • 5. First exercise. The cup and the water.
  • 6. First exercise. Branches and flowers.
  • 7. First exercise. Final touches.
  • 8. Second exercise. Green vase with orange tree branches. Previous approach.
  • 9. Second exercise. Composition of the leaves.
  • 10. Second exercise. Leaves and flowers.
  • 11. Second exercise. Final touches and shadows.
  • 12. First and second exercise. Background on wet.
  • 13. Conclusions and farewell.
  • Total length: 3h. 14' 33"

During more than 3 hours and 13 videos, with step-by-step explanations, Nono García will make two personal works in watercolor on paper. He will show us the procedure, techniques and little tricks that lead you to the creation of an intimate and personal work. Nono will show us through the theme of still life why he is considered a renovator of that genre and heir to the great universal masters of the Baroque.

In a particular way, we can see:

  • Materials. Paper. Brushes. Rack mounting.
  • The drawing of the figures “without drawing”.
  • Use of watercolor with a limited palette of colors.
  • Application on humid areas.
  • Taking advantage of improvisation.
  • Reflections, transparencies and backgrounds.

Purpose of the courses

During this course you will learn painting techniques and procedures in watercolor on paper to make still lifes.

Who these are for?

This course is aimed at artists or painters, amateurs or professionals who want to know techniques, resources and procedures to learn, improve or develop their talent in the watercolor technique.

Requirements

Personal computer or tablet to view the videos. It is also possible to use a smartphone, although we recommend larger screen sizes to better appreciate details.

Regarding the material to practice, it is recommended to frame and paper, brushes, watercolors, pencil or mechanical pencil, plastic rulers, stapler ... The materials, we reiterate, are recommended. The tutorial can be done without all the materials or in formats other than those oriented in the video.

The important thing is to practice, practice and re-practice the exercise proposed by the teacher.

Operation of BLURONE courses

All BLURONE courses are taught online and pursue the same objective: to achieve training without interruptions and that suits you.

Videos made by professionals who will explain their techniques and knowledge so that you, whenever you want, can learn and enhance all the skills and abilities you have to achieve the goal.

BLURONE courses can be seen again and again, at the time you want and in the place you choose. You are the one who marks the times and work.

About the artist

Nono García

Nono García

Nono García (Mula, Murcia) 1972. Painter

Nono García is one of the great renovators of the still life genre in Spain. Sincerity emanates from his work, what he feels about the subject, what is appreciated in his works of recent years, where he reaches heights of enormous lyricism.

he studied at the Murcia School of Arts and Crafts. For more than twenty-five years he has dedicated himself exclusively to painting. His work oscillates between two techniques, acrylic and watercolor, always with water as the protagonist.

His good work has led him to practice as a teacher on many occasions. The courses carried out in countries such as Russia, Italy, Lithuania, France, Morocco, as well as various cities of the national geography stand out.

His work is part of important Spanish and European public and private collections, highlighting among other institutions and foundations: Museo della Carta e della Filigrana, Fabriano (Italy); Gabarrón Foundation, New York (USA) or the Montblanc Foundation, Brussels (Belgium).