This page is my own selection of tools and resources I use on the daily basis. Here you won’t find only things related to airbrush but also tools I use as Blogger.
Theairbrushforum.com – Another huge forum for airbrush artists. It has been there a while longer than the one above but one time they reinstalled the whole thing and all the data and accounts were lost. Everyone had to register again but still the forum remains as one of the most popular.
Airbrush.com – Probably one of the oldest airbrush websites on the Internet (15 years or so). They have their forum as well. link
AirbrushTechniques – This is a book. I always recommend this book to all airbrush beginners because it provides guides to the classic airbrush techniques. Link to the book and here is link to my review.
Unrealtech.ru – Russian airbrush forum. Their motto is “Airbrush for everyone!” A lot of discussions, galleries and much more. The only thing it’s all in Russian.
How to Draw a Realistic Portrait? – Also a course. If you want to paint or draw a portrait but can’t get it right because anytime you draw someone he or she doesn’t look like the person you intended to draw then you should give this course a try.
Blogging Tools and Resources:
WordPress – The #1 Blog Publishing Platform. Free and easily customizable with wonderful support. Most of the blogs out there use WordPress.
GoDaddy hosting – This website is hosted on GoDaddy. Easy to use, 1-click automatic WordPress installation and quick customer service.
Market Samurai – The number one tool for keyword research available, it is not free but, hands down, the best.
OptinSkin – WordPress Plugin developed to fulfill its own creators need to split-test opt-in forms quickly and easily, anywhere on a blog and to maximize conversions. It is the best Sign-Up form plugin for WordPress.
Google Keyword Tool – A tool to help you decide what keywords to use for your Adwords campaigns. You can also check to see the popularity of certain keywords and the competition for ads for those keywords as well. link
Google Adsense – Make money by placing relevant ads on your website that are generated from advertisers using Google Adwords. This is free to use, but you have to register for an account. link
Google Adwords – If you want to begin advertising on Google, you can select keywords and locations and you pay each time someone clicks on your advertisement. link
Google Analytics – Google’s free website tracking and analytical tool. A must have for anyone with any type of website. link