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CRAIG FRASER'S AUTOMOTIVE CHEAP TRICKS & SPECIAL F/X II
Craig Fraser's Automotive Cheap Tricks & Special F/X II is the most complete how-to book on automotive custom painting and airbrushing ever published. Including the most current and advanced airbrush effects, this volume is a perfect launching pad for beginning artists, and a superior elite playbook and reference guide for airbrush and refinish professionals. Craig Fraser's work has been showcased on some of the world's largest automotive stages, including SEMA, the LA Auto Show, the Tokyo Auto Salon, the Grand National Roadster Show, and many others. In this book you'll learn, step-by-step, how to paint cars, bikes, trucks, motorcycle helmets, guitars, drums, RC car bodies, surfboards, and metal panels.
Posted by Benji on 5th Feb 2014
This book is amazing! Many options to learn from and sure there might be a few I might not use however for the ones I will totally worth the money. This book could easily sell for $75 and would still be a great deal.
Posted by DL Customs on 4th Feb 2014
I received my book the other day and can't seem to put it down! So much helpful information and great instructions/photos.
Posted by David on 13th Jan 2014
OK. It's a good book. The most valuable information is in the beginning where you get Crais's philosophy and advice on the biz of custom painting. I've had the pleasure of taking a class with Craig and he TRULY is a 50-50 split of mad scientist and genius. And he can paint like a fiend.
If you are a beginner, the book will benefit you because he has some good exercises to hone your skills (good for experts too). The examples are truly inspirational and beautifully photographed but it's not a 100% step by step. He shows you WHAT to do more than HOW to do it (although you can infer one from the other).
For example, when laying out flames, he tells you the colors and shapes to use but not their exact placement or how to get the exact gradient. He leaves that up to you to figure out. And that's not a ding. On print it's almost impossible to get ALL the details.
The book IS worth getting. Then once you read it, find out where he is teaching and learn in person. I gave it 5 stars because you get some great pics out of this and it's a high quality book.