One Cool Airbrush Tip!

Wrap your head around a fundamental idea, which gives you the biggest clue about how to build up and form a plan of attack for almost any artwork. *The result of a practise piece taken from the UK Airbrush Course November 2013 class project: Floating shapes are the most difficult of all airbrush effects to…

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Com-art Airbrush Paints

A review of one of the most well-known, best selling brands of airbrush paint. The Result:     A friend of mine (Kevin Cordy of the orange airbrush forum) recently handed me 2 small bottles of com-art paints. I’ve heard good things about them and they are regarded as being in the same category as…

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Free Flow Solutions

The most common cause of free flow and it’s simple solution. Free flow is the term given to describe when an airbrush is malfunctioning in the following way; as soon as you press down for air, the paint begins to flow freely – hence ‘free-flow’. You no longer have control of when the paint should…

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Combatting Tip Dry

A bit of background on why tip-dry occurs and a couple of quick and simple techniques for overcoming it. Any one who’s been airbrushing for longer than an hour knows what a pain in the butt tip dry can be! For those of you who haven’t been airbrushing for long – tip dry is the…

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Paint Pals @ the Orange Airbrush Forum

Need another reason to get painting? Another excuse to get away from things and airbrush an artwork? Well that’s exactly what you’ll get when you enrol in the voluntary ‘paint pals’. The brother of airbrushtutor.com is airbrushforum.org – an airbrush community dedicated to helping one another learn and progress. One of the things that sets theorange airbrush…

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