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By Alan Pastrana
Alan Pastrana hits another iconic and hilarious portrait out of the park with his incredible rendition of another airbrush great, Gerald Mendez. Commissioned by Iwata for display in their 1970s-themed SEMA 2014 booth this past November, we’re proud to offer this exclusive and very groovy step-by-step. Pastrana: “When I think of Gerald Mendez, words like respect, admiration, seniority, knowledge, wisdom, craftsmanship, and perfection come to mind. While I felt honored to take on this task, with the privilege came enormous pressure. I knew I had to deliver the goods.”
Jason Oberly’s Johnny Cash Guitar
Las Vegas’s Jason Oberly has over 20 years of experience custom painting with an airbrush, specializing in celebrities and musicians’ portraits on guitars, drums, canvas, and any other surface he can find. In this step-by-step, Jason demonstrates why he is clearly one of the best in the business!
Flower Powered Sugar Skull VW Bug Part II
By Simon Murray
In Part II of 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?!”
Pirate Triptych: It All Started With a Fish
By Rod Fuchs
“You never know where a sketch can lead and I’m constantly telling people how essential developing drawing skills can be for any artist, airbrush or otherwise. This project is a perfect example of how something as simple as a quick goldfish sketch (done while watching TV one night) would later become the seed that grows into an entire painting.”
Paradise on a T-Shirt Part I
By Pat Gaines & Mark Rush
Finding “paradise” airbrushed on a T-shirt along North Florida’s Gulf Coast, or for that matter anywhere along the Eastern seaboard of the United States, is a pretty easy task. Countless airbrush artists ply the trade in more than 50 resort towns catering to the millions of tourists who flock to these shores. For 40 years or more, the airbrushed T-shirt has been a staple souvenir to remind vacationers of laid-back days at the beachfronts they love so much.
2015 Compressor Buyer’s Guide
By Pete Johnson
Discover how to successfully match your application to its rightful air source in this excellent primer and guide to the often bewildering world of compressors.
The NAMM Show
With a burst of innovation from new companies and products and the renaissance of handcrafted, traditional instruments, NAMM members from around the world came together in record numbers to prove once again that music is the original social network. As the music products industry returns home to 100 countries worldwide, they left the 2015 NAMM Show empowered with fresh ideas and products to amplify the power of music. Held January 22-25, 2015, in Anaheim, California, Cliff Stieglitz, Airbrush Action’s publisher, attended NAMM for the first time to explore and photograph the world of custom painted instruments, and he was not disappointed.
Fire Hydrant Rescue Part II
By Chris Johnson
In Part II, Chris Johnson completes his conversion of a fire hydrant into the coolest conversation-piece table with the use of grinding, spraying, plotter use, and more.
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Posted by Steve on 13th Apr 2015
Was disappointed to find I couldn't really download the issue I paid for. Instead, you are given a link that takes you to a website with their online reader.
I live in an area with poor internet. I prefer to download and read at my leisure on my device of choice. While on the road or in many other situations, I cannot read something I paid for.