How to Airbrush a Desert Scene : Airbrush Desert Scene: Midground Depth

Okay we’ve got the mid ground, which is pretty much the things that you see off into a distance when you’re painting a tee shirt or painting a scene of some kind. But I drew in a freehand mountain range. Maybe you want to make that look a little closer. So you want to just darken it up and maybe change the color to more of a purple. And then you could draw some little bigger cactus’ if you wanted.

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How to Airbrush a Desert Scene : Airbrush Desert Daylight Scene: Cactus & Sun

Okay, take your cactus, put a cactus right here. Maybe another one over here. I can’t tell you, well a cactus don’t grow there. And then maybe for our one big focal point of another cactus right here. Use your rat tails. Kind of looks like a shadow. To finish it off, all you really need is a nice, white star burst right in the middle. You can make it look like it’s the sun. You can add a name

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How to Airbrush a Desert Scene : Airbrush Desert Scene: Background Color

Welcome back. If you’ve made it this far, you’ve probably pretty serious about learning how to use the airbrush. As you saw in the last segment, we’ve started the background of our desert scene on a tee shirt. All we’re going to do is now that we’ve done the pink, is we’re going to add some yellow to it. And I got a little bit of a clog. Now I’m going to show you how to fix that clog, or

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How to Make & Use Airbrush Stencils : Airbrush Stenciling Ideas

Okay, we just used the advanced stencil here, we’re going to do some other ideas. I’m going to show you how to add to a stencil using multiple stencils and maybe new ideas for what else you can use for stencils. Just did our skull. Maybe he’s a hot head. Just take and move your flames around a little bit. Now he’s got fire on his head. Add a name. Okay, you noticed how I put the drop shadows and

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How to Make & Use Airbrush Stencils : Using an Advance Airbrush Stencil for Background

How are you doing? Maybe you’re not quite the artist that some people are, that can draw just about anything without pictures or whatever. Maybe you could use something to trace with, regardless, you’ve got your stencil. You’ve already cut it out, you’ve picked your picture that you want to use, and you still want to use this skull to make a cool skateboard shirt. You don’t want to draw anything, you want to keep it a $10 shirt. Maybe

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How to Airbrush a Desert Scene : Airbrush Desert Scene: Foreground Detail

We’ve made some of the cactuses and stuff like that. Now maybe you want to put something to draw attention to the center of the picture here or maybe off to the side or whatever. I’ve preached and I’ve preached stencils, you can free hand it if you feel if you feel like you can do it. But just make a little cow skull, just squiggly line like a triangle and then make some horns, nobody can’t tell you that’s

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How to Make & Use Airbrush Stencils : Making an Advance Airbrush Stencil

Let’s make an advanced stencil. What’s everybody like today? Choppers and skulls. Let’s do a simple skull. It’s a little more advanced. You need to do your research. Maybe you’re a little more advanced artist, maybe you can draw a puppy dog or whatever. Just remember, you only want to do enough to get your basic shape down so you can come in and outline and do whatever you want. Got to do this quick because I’ve only got a

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How to Airbrush a Desert Scene : Airbrush Desert Scene: Monochromatic

Hi. This is going to be a monochromatic scene. Monochromatic means using one color. I don’t know if it’s Latin or Greek or anything like that, but it’s basically mono means one. I know that. I don’t know where it comes from. Chromatic means color and I don’t know where it comes from either. You can send me an e-mail teachers if you want to correct me. I’d love to talk to you. Basically all you’re doing is using one

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How to Airbrush a Desert Scene : Airbrush Desert Scene: Softening Edges

Okay, pretty much done with it. No we ain’t. You pull your tape off. It’s got a nice, crisp horizon line there. A nice edge. It’s trapped in a nice, simple thing. Throw this in the trash, which is right there for right now. You could do a hundred things right now. You could take your purple, just lightly dust on the bottom here. A little bit on the top to kind of soften the edge a little bit. If

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How to Make & Use Airbrush Stencils : Using a Novice Airbrush Stencil for Background

Okay, you did your flaming basketball and that was “HOT”! Now you’re just going to use, just the novice stencil with the flame to create a background for another design, another $12 design, another $15 design. Heck, you could charge $20 if you want! Turn your stencil this way, same thing, this time I got orange. Make it as dark as you want. Come over here, you can do the same thing, not use the whole thing. Now you’ve got

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