Airbrush Step by Step - April - May - June 2018

Publisher: newart medien & design gbr
Category: Art, Men's Interest
Language: English
Frequency : Quarterly

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Airbrush Step by Step is the magazine for all airbrush artists - from the beginner to advanced level. It appeals to classical airbrusher and plastic scale modellers, to the body or custom painter as well as professional illustrators. Airbrush Step by Step aims at providing practical airbrush advice and helping readers to improve their skills through creative user tipps and basic information. With Airbrush Step by Step magazine readers bene t from detailed how to descriptions of all kinds of airbrush illustrations, custom painting, bodypainting and further airbrush use, for any skill level. Read about events and news from the airbrush scene, tips from experts as well as reports on airbrush jobs and projects. The magazine also provides basic information, making-ofs, artist interviews and portfolios and product reviews.

Airbrush is just a painting technique beyond others, a tool just like paint brush, pencils or markers. If you have passed the initial stage of airbrushing, mastering gradients, freehanding and masking, you will face all creative options of designing, experimenting and mixing techniques. No matter if it’s digital art, airbrushing or graffiti – US artist Gear Duran is a master of realizing artworks in different techniques. In this issue he’ll show you how he started creating a motorbike design with a digital mock-up and then painted an amazing Venetian style portrait on the rear fender. Dutch artist Ramon Kamerbeek has been inspired by old Flemish artists and is demonstrating how the old Flemish oil painting technique can be adapted for airbrushing.

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