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Class schedules from Monday to Friday:
at 5pm
at 5:30 p.m.
and 7 p.m.
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and at 12 noon

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Pastels are powdered pigments mixed with enough gum or resin to bind them together, forming a dry and compact paste. The word pastel derives from the paste that is thus formed. This paste is molded into the shape of a finger-sized stick that It is used directly on the surface to be worked on (usually paper or wood). They are strong and opaque colors whose greatest difficulty is the adhesion of the pigment to the surface to be painted, which is why special atomized fixatives (sprays) are usually used at the end of the drawing.

Watercolor is a medium of colors diluted in water, which produces a transparent paint with faint colors, whose intensity varies according to the amount of water we add. Watercolor can reveal the paper background, which in this case serves as the true tone.

Acrylic paint is a water-soluble acrylic resin mixed with pigments, which dry forming water-resistant layers, it can be used on any type of support, it dries quickly and does not yellow over time. Its film is strong, flexible and elastic. It allows both glazes and textured fillings, although the thickness of the paint layer decreases slightly due to water evaporation. Likewise, it can also be applied in a covering manner, completely covering what is underneath it.

Oil is a paint with an oily consistency. Its main virtue is the correction capacity that this medium offers and the quality of the finishes, since its oily consistency provides a nuance of rich color, gives body to each brushstroke, keeping the texture of the line unchanged until it dries. It is precisely the versatility of oil paint that makes its manipulation more complicated than other techniques.

The charcoal technique is the first.
What we learn when we want to start in the arts. That’s how it is because it allows us to learn to provide the proportions of light and shades. Basic skill for volume construction. Many people have reservations with this type of plastic expression, in many cases, considering it as a stage basic of painting.

Take this course in INTENSIVE MODE!

The little ones will discover all the academic notions adapted to their age and abilities.

We can all learn to draw!

The art program for children allows you to enhance the different skills necessary to carry out this wonderful task of drawing and painting.

(Classes have a maximum of 9 students for optimal learning and monitoring).

The first step is observation, children are guided in different exercises where the primary objective is to learn to see.

They discover that everything can be done from geometric figures, which is the basis of any drawing, be it traditional, manga, comics, character creation or realism.

By managing to synthesize the structure, the drawing will develop in a more successful and pleasant way!

In the next step we use exercises where the line is the protagonist, exercises with few details, larger and more general shapes.

It is the most important step, the line being the vital form of any drawing.

The line expresses the personality, strength and essence that the drawings will have.

Then comes the time for exercises with more complex and detailed shapes.

The student learns to see and draw volumes, the scales of values, shadows, midtones and lights are introduced.

The exercises will show us a world of infinite possibilities.

Projects little by little become more complex and personalized. We begin the stage of relating shapes to each other, children learn to see negative spaces, distances between shapes, and we begin the stage of structuring the design.

When we are already aware of both the observation tools and the pictorial techniques, we begin to learn about tones, color combinations, atmospheres, perspective…




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