I’m very often hearing a question “What is my art worth?” or “How much should I ask for my art?” I do write articles on various topics within airbrush niche and once I wrote this kind of post (i.e. how much to ask for your art?).
Many people use reference pictures to make their work easier and to make final painting look more realistic.
This pack was downloaded from one famous torrent tracker and I hope author of this pack doesn’t mind that I will share it here.
So here I am again with a second part of my series that I’ve started recently. First part was about airbrush guns, where I described all the types of airbrush guns that exist out there on the market and I’ve brought a few professional advises that I believe could help you to choose the right airbrush gun….
In a rush to make a lot of money “the quick way” some of airbrush manufacturers make a lot of mistakes. What do I mean? It has been said here many times already. Some manufacturers think that making the product cheaper will bring more sales but they are forgetting about the quality.
For long time I had no airbrush gallery posted on my blog and I wanted to share some good gallery. I think the last one was about airbrushed venetian blinds from Douglass Asselstine.
From time to time I visit sites in the same niche “airbrush“. You may have noticed in my previous articles I have mentioned site unrealtech.ru and I think they deserve to be mentioned….
I would love to welcome here everyone who is still following us and all who remember when we had an entry about painting on polymer clay. If you liked the recommendation from Megan then today’s entry is definitely for you. A few days back I got an email from Forest Rogers who actually works with polymer clay a lot….