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Thread: Danilo Cartacci's painting course in Madrid 14/15 July 2012

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    Danilo Cartacci's painting course in Madrid 14/15 July 2012

    Finally everthing is done.

    On July, Danilo Cartacci will be in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid) to teach us. It's a great oportunity to learn as much as possible and also, to visit our city.

    14-15 July 2012

    The course will be done in an hotel in Alcalá de Henares (World Heritage Sites). We have reserved a meeting room. The hotel is around 30 minutes from Madrid Center, so you will be able to visit the city.

    We will start at 9:00 on Saturday and finish at 20:00. Of course, we will stop for lunch (and the spanish food is really good). On sunday, we will start at 10:00 and finish at 18:00. Around 16 hours in total.
    Cartacci will teach us how to paint clothes, emblems (freehand), leather, metal...

    We will use an exclusive miniature which will be released after the course. It has been modelled by Pedro Fernandez Ramos and it's really amazing...

    The course will have a cost of 150€ (miniature not included).

    We could book the rooms for you if necessary. We are reaching an agreement with the hotel to get a low price.

    The meeting room will be paid by Fantastic Courses. Thanks to the people who has bought our miniatures (like the renaissance assassin)

    Please note that this is an advanced course.

    If you are interested, contact us at

    Best regards

    It will not be in Spanish. Will be in English.
    & the organisers (out of date) website

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    Ahh... a large-scale painter. Nice work though actually, but a bit to far (and expensive) for me.

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    He's an amazing painter. Too short notice but I bet it would be excellent.

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    I agree with the capt..the notice is a little too short..though it would have been a good workshop to attend...
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