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Why Did We Created This Airbrush Blog?

When I was looking for technical advises about airbrush or any equipment that has something to do with airbrushing I’ve found almost nothing. A long time spent on forums looking for something particular didn’t give me the exact answer either. After a while an Idea of airbrush blog was born. I wanted to start blogging anyway, so why not to blog about something I am interested in. The lack of information on the Internet just pushed me to create AirbrushDoc.com

This airbrush blog is aimed at airbrush beginners and advanced airbrush artists. Main purpose is to cover most of the technical aspects of airbrushing and bring something more as galleries to inspire everyone, history of airbrush and of course to share stencils and reference materials.

The blog was founded at the end of 2010 and launched in February 2011. At the moment we have almost five thousand of fans, subscribers and followers.

Testimonials From Our Readers


I love the site! Very nice work. The writing, the photos, the graphics…..good stuff :) “New?Start Here” genius! PR3 in a year is proof..respect :)
Doug Byron


This is my second time at your site. And now I realize you have design a great site to study and learn from.
I should have discover this the first time I came by. I’m going to book mark this to keep it close by.
Larry


Cool site! I know nothing about airbrushing so I am going to come back to your site…very interesting!
Best to you!
Thom


Thank you so much for your blog. Your topics are relevant and to the point. More importantly, I feel that you answer *THE* very questions that a novice needs to know.
That isn’t to say that there isn’t anything for the professional or dedicated amateur!
Thank you so very much for your blog and I look forward to reading and watching more!
Randy Wiggins

It is good that you took the time to post a comprehensive listing of paint options.
I wish more websites did so. The mainstream airbrush sites are sorely lacking on this point.
Thanks!
Barry Munden


So glad to see someone keeping the history work alive. I still have all 3 Walkups and the original painting of Longfellow, but all locked away safe these days.
One of the biggest things for me was having Walkups 93-year-old nephew tell me that he was so pleased that his family could now be recognized for all their efforts. He recalled working with Liberty in a room full of pipes and metal.
History made real!!
Keep up the good work as I, yes indeed, have aged and work in other things for the time being
Andy Penaluna


Hi! Your website is fantastic. There are a number of well written out tutorials here and everything seems to be well laid out also.
The website itself took a little while to load for me, though. Best of luck!
Matt


If you fail to find it on the internet create a blog. That is the reason for this one. Good advice to “Just Do It” if that interest you. Learn as you go, but get started.
Pat