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Study different palettes and play with the versatility of watercolor to paint the human body
When drawing on someone else’s body, you have to confront yours. Through this contrast, in addition to color and light, the painter and teacher Ale Casanova also addresses issues such as everyday life and illusion. To do this, watercolor allows you to work faster and cleaner, since it is a versatile technique rich in solutions with which you can do everything you set out to do.
Together with Ale, you will learn the human face through a simple technique to achieve results, both traditional and contoured. As such, you will study different color palettes and combinations of watercolor drawings and stains. And, if you want to dig deeper between brushes, he will also teach you Watercolor Portrait Art and Oil Painting from Scratch in his other two courses.
To begin with, you will discover who Ale Casanova is, what his profession is and why he does it. He will also tell you about his way of seeing the world of painting, as well as his influences and the authors that are interesting for him to understand the evolution and role of watercolor within the world of the arts.
In the second unit, you will discover the different materials on the market and those necessary for the course. You will see how to prepare the paper before painting and you will practice a method to simplify volumetric images that will allow you to draw them easily. In addition, you will explore reduced color palettes with primary colors and apply them to your project.
Next, you will develop a human figure based on a photograph taken in the studio. To do this, you will follow the methodology of your teacher combining different working methods. First, you will do the general wet-on-wet stains. Afterwards, you will draw on dry and you will give some shades with pure colors. Lastly, Ale will teach you various types of reserve mask.
You will finish your piece looking for errors to improve, adjusting highlights and adding the dark maximums that will mark the necessary points to represent the volume. Once finished, you will learn how to unstaple your work, protect it and store it so that it retains all its beauty