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Iron Man’s Mask – Candy Illustration: A whole heck of a lot of layers of Candy varnish and impressively designed flames were used by Mexican artist Edgar Guerrero to pull this Iron Man mask from the ”molds of the fire“. Old School Metal Flake – Custom Painting: An old school metal ake varnish with Candy glaze and pattern. This was the task for German airbrush artist Marco Stolz when redesigning a complete Harley. Tribute to Mexico – Pin-up: American artist Jonathan Pantaleon was asked to teach his style of painting pin-ups in Mexico. Using a classic pin-up he wanted to incorporate a Mexican theme and so he came up with this concept. Women in Jeans– Jeans Illustration: French artist Michel Mezzadri placed nothing but an interest in the exciting texture of the folds which he worked through many layers of color and with diverse erasing and scratching techniques... The Perfect Eye: Australian airbrush tutor Mitch Lowther shows how to create eyes with a mix of transparent paints, acute blades, and various erasers. The Perfect Workplace for Airbrushing: The new series „ASBS Toolbox“ starts with the very basic: The right working ambience. Four ASBS artists open the doors to their studio. Hair Structure: Painting hair often creates a good bit of uncertainty for beginners. Roger Hassler shows you a technique, which can be used for portraits and for pin- ups or animal presentations.

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