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In Wicked Kiss Gary Worthington demonstrates how he achieves dynamic color, flesh tones, textures, and how to successfully bleach and airbrush onto black fabric. This DVD is for intermediate to advanced artists.
• Wicked transparent base
• Heat-setting & temperatures
• Use of an opaque projector
• How to sketch onto fabric
• Pearlized silver
• How to troubleshoot overspray
• Air pressures
• Use of a multi-gun setup
• How to render flesh tones
• Highlights & shadows
• The magic of Opaque Wicked White
• Airbrush techniques
• How to speed-dry paint
• Working with a good photo reference
• How to address airbrush clogging
• All facial features
• How to paint what you see
• Use of the dagger stroke
• How to add dimension to your work
• How to layer your colors
• Color shifts
• Tip dry
• Airbrush modification for black
• The key to great lips, eyes, and hair
• Use of complimentary colors
• Gun control
• Freehand airbrushing techniques
• How to knock back white
• How to paint on black shirts
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Gary Worthington has been airbrushing professionally since 1989. Although self- taught, he has had the priviledge of working alongside some of the most acomplished artists in the business including Don Ashwood, Terry Hill, Eddie Davis, Carl Ledig, and Michael Tetzlaff. Gary currently lives in Destin, Florida with his wife Cristie and son Tristan, where he works at Airbrush Headquarters. Mr. Worthington has been a long-time contributing editor for Airbrush Action and is an instructor at the Airbrush Getaway program teaching the T-Shirt and Airbrush Mastery classes.
Posted by Garry Palucki on 11th Sep 2013
Gary Worthington spoke clearly throughout the Video. He seemed friendly and on the level.
He does not speak in general terms, leaving you to figure it out on your own, you know exactly how to do a tecnique after he demos it.
First the camera angle was perfect, I could see the paint hit the shirt at all times. ( close ups too )
Secondly to mention the exact type of pencil to use during the transfer process was huge.
The modification of a AB to use as a liner was a good hint, I will be doing that.
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