Airbrush Tutorial: The Art of the Blend

In this video we’ll take a look at a relatively easy and safe method for rendering blends. Wicked Art Airbrush Studio The Art of the Blend So generally speaking, a blend is relatively easy to accomplish especially with an airbrush. The way it’s normally done is as you start to blend you will gradually increase the distance between the canvas and the airbrush. And you want to angle the airbrush in the direction of the blend. For this particular painting

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Airbrush Basics: Holding the Airbrush

Holding the airbrush… it’s a topic that most people don’t put a lot of thought behind, but there’s a little bit more to it than that. Wicked Art Airbrush Studio Airbrush Basics: Holding the Airbrush Just like everything that I’ve showed you guys in previous videos and even what I’ll show you in future videos, all this comes down to what works for you personally. And more importantly, what is comfortable for you. That’s a big part of this. There

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Airbrush Tutorial: Eagle Portrait Part 3

Wicked Art Airbrush Studio Presents Music playing How-To Airbrush an Eagle Portrait Part Three Wicked Art Airbrush Studio To begin part three I’m going to finish up with all the details in the eyeball. If you look at the reference, the right side of the eyeball is quite a bit lighter than the left. I like the look, but I’m going to use a little bit of artistic license. And the eyeball in my painting will be somewhat lighter on

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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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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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Airbrush Tutorial: Which Airbrush?

Airbrush How-to: Which Airbrush? Wicked Art Airbrush Studio Airbrush equipment, what do you need? For starters, you obviously need an airbrush. There’s a lot of options out there and there’s also a lot of knock-offs. So, my advice is to do some research before you make a purchase and stick with well-known brands because in the end it comes down to you, the individual artist, how the brush performs and how it feels in your hands. But regardless of which

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How To Transfer Artwork: Graphics (Episode 1)

In this video I’ll show you guys a relatively easy and very accurate way to transfer a graphic design from one side of a vehicle to another. Wicked Art Airbrush Studio How To Transfer Graphics When it comes to laying out a design, whether I’m doing a graphic or even a traditional flame job, I’m still very old-school in that I prefer to grab a roll of tape and just go to work by hand. It takes a little bit

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