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Flower Powered Sugar Skull Bug
By Simon Murray
In this epic step-by-step, loaded with top tricks and tips, including advanced use of Createx Colors, Simon Murray shares how he painted, in magnificent form, a vintage Volkswagon Beetle. “When someone brings you a 1969 VW Beetle show car and tells you to do whatever you want, well, how could I resist?!”
Classic Skull, Snake, & Sword
By Rod Fuchs
Our resident skull master, Rod Fuchs, strikes again with an amazing step-by-step on a tireless theme that also pays homage to Vernon Courtlandt Johnson.
2014 SEMA Pictorial
The glitz and glamor of the hottest automotive aftermarket show in the world was in full force. SEMA 2014, with more than 1,127,999 square feet of exhibits, had another record year with 2,381 exhibiting companies representing all facets of the automotive specialty-equipment market—from accessory and appearance products, performance products, wheels, tires and suspension—145,487 attendees, and a virtual abyss of custom painted cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more!
Paradise on a T-Shirt
By Ken Johnson
The beach scene, around since the beginning of T-shirt airbrushing, is still highly popular and profitable, even in the Midwest! “My inspiration for this painting is derived from pinstriping commonly seen in automotive and tattoo artwork.” Tune up your dagger stroke for a terrific and new twist on an “old” theme.
Painting Captain America
By Mike Hoekstra
“My latest project was a review kit from Dragon Models, whose website accurately touts this kit as “…the end product of exhaustive CAD design, and the heroes are made with an eye to perfect accuracy and authenticity.” Dragon has seen fit to use 3D printing and CAD design to create a fantastically detailed 1/9-scale replica of Captain America.
The Iwata Triple Action Handle
By Rob Churchill
Iwata’s Triple Action Handle allows for the easy and rapid removal of the airbrush’s needle. “I have found this to be a huge time saver. Also, the crown cap can be screwed to the back of the airbrush so you don’t lose it. I modify my barrels with a laser engraver to personalize them, and press the crown cap into a dice, so it’s easily found if I drop it. Oh, and it looks cool.”
Fire Hydrant Table
By Chris Johnson
Learn how to convert a fire hydrant into the coolest table on the block with the use of grinding, spraying, plotter use, and more.
Art Basel Miami Coverage
Airbrush Action attended the 2014 Art Basel Miami, December 4-7, one of the world’s most prestigious art shows. Leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa showed historical work from the masters of Modern and contemporary art, as well as newly created pieces by emerging stars, in over 500,000 square feet of exhibit space.
A Pinstriping Primer
By Yosemite Sam Radoff
You don’t need a long list of supplies to make incredible pinstriped art as the legendary Yosemite Sam Radoff demonstrates in this step-by-step article.
Posted by Donna on 15th Jan 2015
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