Master of Watercolor Gonzalo Cárcamo – Sao Paulo Video



published: 2017-12-21 05:00:00

As a child, Cárcamo has always been very interested in art and was fortunate to have started his creative endeavours at a young age. His art career has spanned the industries of advertising, journalism, literature, children’s books and animation. He has gained wide recognition for his watercolor techniques and has graced many major newspapers and magazines in Brazil, Spain, and Chile. Many people recognize his work from children’s books. When he’s not doing commercial work, Cárcamo enjoys plein air painting and teaching watercolor at his studio at the heart of Vila Mariana in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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  1. Amazing video Bobby I love watercolors this has been so much inspiration

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  2. this is amazing! my jaw just dropped while seeing the details done in water color by Master Carcamo.. the horse, the water effect on the feet….

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  3. Man!..How come I never heard of this legend?? All I wanna do now is watercolor!

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  4. Thanks so much for this interview. Very inspirational and informative. I look forward to the next. MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR, Your North Carolina Fan, Stacy

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  5. Bobby is fangirling and he has every reason to. AMAZING, CARCAMO!!

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  6. Nossa muito legal!!!! Great Youre the best

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  7. Well, there’s another course in the wishlist now…

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  8. He is truly a master, I think that sharing knowledge in a way that the student will really understand is sooo difficult, but he is able to do that, I just watched the second lesson of the course and it feels like he is beside me showing how to use the brush! I am happy where I am now as a student, but I do want to start working cause doing the classes with Critiqued Sessions must be awesome!

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  9. See also the artwork of a 19th century portuguese artist Alfredo Roque Gameiro 🙂

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  10. the interview was very nice, i'd like to hear him speaking portuguese though, since im a native aswell. The translation sounds aiight but its a little lifeless. Maybe its because im already used to subtitles but, i think that hearing the person and their emotions is hard to let go

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  11. Imagine if he did the entire backgrounds for a studio Ghibli production, wow.

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  12. OMG i so want to take this course.. please santa

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  13. Hey Bobby!! Great interview! Would it be possible to show this interview as is? Like with the original language too? I dont know why but I want to hear his voice lol

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  14. Is it possible to upload the video with Cárcamo talking in portuguese? Cheers!

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  15. Carcamo is a prime example of what it takes to learn properly and to teach properly. I believe there is a right way, because if there wasn't then we'd be stuck with the mentality that of a "self taught" student. Humility is not practiced well when it comes to artists, and that goes for other aspects, not just in the arts. And it's not enough just to think you are humble, or even say you are humble, a humble man does not say he is humble but that he is the worst of them all and raises up those who he believes is above him. I love that Carcamo is not one to take credit, because it is rewarding to teach those who have trouble learning, that is the reward, not the credit you get from doing so. My name is Ryan and I am 29 years old right now and I feel I have so much to learn, with watercolors. I hope to one day afford a chance to be a student to Carcamo, whether it's in person, online, a book or by just watching videos. May God bless everyone at Schoolism and may God bless Carcamo for his humility and offerings to students who want to be better at watercolors. Merry Christmas!

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  16. just a thought: try subtitles next time! Being exposed to different languages is the best way to learn them! That's how I learned English (I'm Portuguese, so I would like to listen to his original words too!)

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  17. Another Great video!! Soo my new goal is to earn $200 before Jan 20th so i can finally try out all of the schoolism classes!! Do you think the classes will be helpful to me as a Airbrushing Artist?

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  18. Oh crud I'm self taught!! But I'm pretty open-minded

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