SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2009 CONTENTS
Dru Blair’s Wicked Skull On Metal
For this bad-ass photorealistic rendering of a skull, Mr. Blair used a new formula of water-based automotive paint evolved from the Wicked line by Createx Colors.
The Locker By Eddie Davis
Mentored under Don Ashwood and Terry Hill, emerging great Eddie Davis scores large with his how-to of a devastatingly good skull. “For me the most profound and fun part of the whole artistic process is when you get to that place where the painting tells you what it wants, and you’re just adding color and keeping the gun moving.”
40th Annual NSRA Show
Airbrush Action snapped some stunning pics at the 2009 Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky as
11,000 street rods rolled into the Kentucky Exposition Center, August 6 to 9, to cruise the streets and flaunt their flame jobs.
Laser Print Transfer Method By Craig Parker
Parker introduces a brilliant way to perfectly and easily transfer art onto just about any surface.
“I’ve tried carbon-paper, opaque projectors, and tracing, and each method has its important place in the airbrush world. But, I still couldn’t quite get the under-drawing I desired until I discovered the toner transfer method.”
Body Of Work
Paul Roustan explores connecting the model to the body paint in a meaningful way, and man, it’s over the top!
Tribal Chrome Part II By “Kiwi” Terry Stephens
TRIBUTE TO TRIBAL
The tribal thing is here to stay, so embrace it and make plenty of cash with it! “Kiwi” Terry shares his techniques and concepts for creating realistic tribal imagery of a circle and square, tribal blade, and aged steel blade.
BODY STRIPING By Jennifer Hallett
Pinstriping on flesh is quickly becoming a hot trend on the kustom kulture and car show circuits, and Ms. Hallett demonstrates how it’s done using 1-Shot paint and a Mack 10 series brush.
ANNUAL PAINT BUYER’S GUIDE
This year’s Paint Buyer’s Guide is loaded with all the information you need for choosing the correct paint for your application. This guide also overflows to www.airbrushaction.com.
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