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How To Airbrush a Star

In this airbrush how to article we’ll be airbrushing a star and practicing the dagger or rat tail stroke. These are the same stars you see in a lot of airbrush t shirt designs. How simple can you get you ask? Well before you can create that great masterpiece, paint the hottest bike on the planet […]

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Airbrush Lesson 5 – Practicing Your Airbrushing Skills

Airbrush lesson five will be another practice painting where you’ll need to use all airbrushing skills that we learned in the first four lessons, we’ll also make our own stencils. Written by Don Johnson Here in this airbrush lesson I’m again going to keep it very simple and fully expect you to out shine me […]

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Airbrush Lesson 4 – Using Dagger Strokes

The dagger or rat tail stroke is a very important technique to master in helping you reach your goal of controlling your airbrush so paint goes where you want, when you want and with the desired affect. Written by Don Johnson. Here are all 5 Airbrush Basic Lessons Airbrush Lesson 1 – How to hold […]

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Airbrush Lesson 3 – Practicing your Shading Skills

In this airbrush lesson, we will cover shading and rendering a sphere putting to use the shading skills you learned in the last lesson.This is another one of those airbrushing basic skills you’ll need to have down, so it’s second nature to become proficient with your airbrush. Written By Don Johnson. Here are all 5 […]

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Airbrush Lesson 2 – Dots and Lines

Airbrush lesson two covers mastering basic airbrush lessons for dots, lines; essential airbrushing skills you’ll need to learn no matter what it is you plan on airbrushing. Written by Don Johnson In the first airbrush Lesson, we went over what material and equipment you’ll need for this lesson, how to hold your airbrush and how […]

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Airbrush Lesson 1 – How to Hold and Use an Airbrush

Airbrush lesson one tutorial is the first in airbrush basic lessons you’ll need to learn to become proficient when using an airbrush no matter what it is you want to paint. Written by Don Johnson. Here are all 5 Airbrush Basic Lessons Airbrush Lesson 1 – How to hold and use airbrush Airbrush Lesson 2 – […]

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Start Airbrushing Right – How To Airbrush Lessons

If you follow these guidelines and practice the basic how to airbrush lessons, you’ll know everything you need to start airbrushing right. [Read our in depth guide on choosing the right airbrush ] I developed these guidelines while I worked the technical support lines at Iwata-Medea. Every day people needed help choosing or dealing with equipment that […]

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Choosing The Right Airbrush Compressor

In the grand scheme of airbrushes and sprayguns, choosing the right airbrush compressor is the least important step and, possibly, the most expensive step. People who make the best choices answer these three questions first. How much capacity do you need? Will a noisy compressor be an issue? Is electrical power an issue? For impatient […]

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Choosing the Right Airbrush

There are so many choices in features and configurations…  Gravity feed, siphon feed, side feed.  External mix, internal mix.  Dual action, single action, trigger action. Consult the Airbrush Dictionary if you’re dying to find out what all those terms mean, or just keep reading. Then you have to take into consideration the different manufacturers out there. […]

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Where are you going to spray?

How do you want to be set up?  Are you a mobile operation?  a semi-mobile operation? a permanent fixture? or borrowed/shared space? I do need to breech one major safety concern you need to be aware of with your location.  That’s ventilation. Legal Considerations I won’t get into law heavily, but rather I want to […]

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