A soft spring is a simple modification that you can install in the air valve of various Iwata airbrushes. You simply unscrew the small air-valve guide, remove the original spring and replace it with the new ‘soft spring’. What does a soft spring look like? Typical Iwata Eclipse HP-SB pictured to the right, on the…Details
A detailed step by step of a realistic lion as painted by resident airbrush artist ‘Haasje’ of the orange airbrush forum. See his website and facebook profile by following the links at the bottom of the page or read on to learn some of the cool techniques employed by this awesome artist.Details
The two most distinguishable classes of airbrush are the double action and single action airbrush. Airbrush Tutor uses a double action and for the purpose of this website it goes against the rules to use a single action airbrush over which you have little control. Single action means pull the trigger back and in one…Details
With the right type of paint flowing through the airbrush, it is possible to paint almost any surface. These surfaces can range from paper, to people, to tree bark. This is one of the strongest advantages of this modern art tool. Papers & cardboards The most common mediums for airbrushing are thick papers and cardboards.…Details
The airbrush is the most revolutionary art tool ever created. Airbrushes allow you to airbrush any type of paint or dye onto any surface imaginable.Details
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The free tutorials section of this site is to give budding and beginner airbrush artists an insight into what you can accomplish with an airbrush. The goal is to deliver insightful and entertaining tutorials that offer people a chance to see whether this is a hobby they want to pursue and what is involved, from equipment tutorials such as airbrush maintenance through to compressors, product advice and follow-along mini-projects that show you step by step how to paint simple and fun images.
I began airbrushing at the tender age of 16. It was love at first double action of the trigger, seeing paint magically appear on a canvas just in front of this special little tool.
At age 25 I started creating free tutorial videos for Youtube in the hope of drawing attention to a website dedicated to helping beginner students. What I never imagined is that I would also be teaching myself and after seeing some of the amazing artworks being created I decided to explore the world of airbrushing and do some more courses.
After countless hours of practice and refinement the new ProTutorials and Step by Steps were created for the first time offering advanced airbrushing techniques.