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FACE OF DEATH By Jonathan Pantaleon
This stunning and intense black-and-white painting, using Createx Illustration Colors, is a study of light and shadows. Pantaleon mission was "to distinguish the value of one color, custom mixed gray, and to create depth and texture in a monochromatic painting with the utmost control of the airbrush."
18. ROD FUCHS By Rod Fuchs
For this step-by-step on a scaled-down coffin lid, airbrush great Rod Fuchs wanted to create a dynamic panel incorporating some of the metallic, pearl, and iridescent paints available from Createx.
22. POP ART PORTRAIT By Troy Pierce
Pop Art encompasses many different art styles, yet most people only think about Andy Warhol’s soup cans or the Brillo boxes. Often we forget to recognize the realism. Pop Art reflects our culture, and its special power causes life to suddenly begin reflecting itself in art. Even classical and surrealist painters, such as Dali, jumped into the movement. The subject in this step-by-step is Edie Sedgwick, the Superstar Factory muse and cult icon of the 1960s, and the inspiration for Warhol’s art.
30. DON EDDY'S TWO REALMS
In March, Airbrush Action attended Two Realms, paintings and drawings by Don Eddy, created over the past three years, at New York's esteemed Nancy Hoffman Gallery. Among the first generation of realist painters, Eddy is one of the few who has taken his vision and unique painting process into new subject matter, continuing his exploration of the mysteries of life...
52. SPRING CLEANING FOR BIG BUCKS By Gary Worthington
It's time for Spring cleaning of your designs. In this highly detailed step-by-step, Gary Worthington demonstrates the great benefit of recycling "old" designs and graphics and repurposing them for this year's T-shirt airbrush season.
62. THE TRIUMPH TANK By Chris Johnson
Automotive custom painter Chris Johnson continues his ongoing instructional series on how to triumph with your plotter.
70. ERGUN YASAR: CAP STAR FROM DOWN UNDER By Pat Gaines
In this six-part series, Pat Gaines will explore ways to counter the effects of this bruised economy and how to attract customers. In this highly informative article and step-by-step, Australia's Ergun Yasar's enormously successful and inspirational approach to business and art is featured. The following sales-building topics will be covered in this and future articles: how to spot new trends, how to target and promote high profit items, the nuances of internet marketing and sales, airbrushing at sporting venues, special events, and parties, booth and event trailer build-outs, and more.
76. BRUSH BLENDED SPEAR By Glen Weisgerber
Pinstripe genius Glen Weisgerber demonstrates a versatile design that would work well on the hood of a car, or on a longer format, such as the cowl of a dragster, and many other applications. "You can morph other design shapes and colors from this foundation into outstanding graphics that your clients will love. Needless to say, the variations are endless."