3-Dimensional Effects: How-To Airbrush Rivets & Overlapping Panels (Part 2)

In part one we looked at a few different methods you can use to render rivets. For part two, I’ll show you guys the method I prefer to use when I’m working over a metallic or any specialized base coat. And we’ll also take a look at the panels that you often see with this effect. Wicked Art Airbrush Studio 3-Dimensional Effects: Rivets & Overlapping Panels Part 2 Okay, in part one I talked about how I don’t necessarily like

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How To Transfer Artwork: Paper Stencil/Mask (Episode 2, Part 2)

Previously we looked at creating a paper mask. For part two, we’ll actually use that paper mask to transfer this image onto this panel. Wicked Art Airbrush Studio How To Transfer an Image with a Paper Stencil Part 2 However you decide to attach your stencil to whatever substrate you’re working on, it’s a very good idea to attach it in a way that you can replace it exactly where it was at some point in the future if you

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Metallic Painting Techniques: Terminator Endo-Skull – FREE CHAPTER

>>ROB RAMSDELL: Alright, so, let’s start weathering our T-600 here. What I’m going to do is take a tan house paint, you can just mix a few colors together until you get this tan, or just go ahead and go to the local hardware store or Home Depot or something, and buy a little tan. It’s not going to take much. But you want to put that in and essentially break it down 50% with water, you want this to

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Platinum Silicone Mask Painting – Part 1 – PREVIEW

JAMIE GROVE: Hi, I’m Jamie Grove from Stan Winston School of Character Arts. Welcome to Platinum Silicone Mask Painting Part 1. A lot of the shops nowadays are moving their systems over to platinum silicone so this course will cover everything you need to know on how to paint a platinum silicone mask. We’re gonna start out today by showing you how to prep your surface so all your paint will stick. And then I’m gonna show you how I

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How to Customize a Model Horse – Paint a Bay

A well painted bay model horse is a joy to hold. However, this simple color is not as easy as it appears. Bays are often the hardest for beginners topaint because they quickly turn muddy…but with the right color recipe, anyone can paint beautiful bays. For this tutorial, you will need to visit my blog at bluemountainstable.com to mix the right colors of paint. Then save your pre-mixed colors in labeled bottles. Let’s begin! Starting with a prepped and primed

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Champagne Toast to 2019; New Years Cookie Stencil

Take a piece of Glad Press and Seal then press to the surface of your stencil Gently cut around the champagne design Peel off the outer plastic then set aside Peel off the inner plastic to mask off the Nouveau Fan background stencil Put the background stencil over the champagne accent then press your mask to it The accent stencil should fit nicely into the masked area of the background stencil Put your stencil into the stencil genie and position

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Making Airbrushed Shirts : Using Plastic Bags on Airbrushed Shirts

This business is a dirty business, you can see my hand’s got a lot of paint on it. Teeshirt paint is generally a water-based paint, soap and water will get it off, sometimes it will stay a little bit longer, some colors like the reds and stuff. Remember the paper towel with the wrinkled up, if you’ve watched all along, how it gives you this thing? Basically, the same concept, you go to get a ziplock bag, maybe your dad’s

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Brian McEvoy’s Secrets to Woodburning, Airbrushing, Texturing and Piercing Embellishment

How you doing today Gordon? Great! we had fun making these new projects we did, and these are the four projects that are gonna be completed and just, you know to give you an idea of what we’ve done here is we’re we’re attaching on some wood burnings and pyrography with the walrus, same pyrography just a little different technique with the grouse feathers little bit of leather and bead work just to kinda highlight it and then from there

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Eduard Harrier GR.7 1/48 | The Inner Nerd

Congratulations you did it! Now lets get on with the video To fill the void between the intakes I used thin styrene sheet to slide into the gap To get a flush edge I cut after assembling I wanted some of the parts to be operational. Beginning with the airbrake Sanding the the hydraulic arm smooth allowed it to slide through the hole made in the fuselage Like this Also the rudder was removed from the tail And a hole

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Making Airbrushed Shirts : Adding Details to Airbrushed Shirts

Okay, you’re following along, kind of showing you some simple ideas to make some more creative backgrounds and stuff to jazz up your work. Notice how I just used one color on that and it looks good. Go to your nearest copying machine, you’ve got a printer at home, whatever, plain piece of white paper, grab it anywhere, tear it. Get your paint. Same thing before with the straight piece of the paper towel but now it’s got a little

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