How Much do Airbrush Artists Make?

Every beginner or even advanced artist doing airbrush has heard this question: “How Much?“. What I mean is that every time when you paint for someone, if it’s just a friendly favor or part of your business, it requires some background finances which you should include in your bill. It does depend on art-work dimensions. If you do something for you friend on A4 size paper I’ll bet you won’t dare to ask money but if you do a car you should acknowledge your client, even if it’s your friend, that it might cost something.

After questions like “What to Paint?” and “Where to Paint?“, you have to tell your customer exactly why and for what he is going to pay apart of art. Continue reading How Much do Airbrush Artists Make?

Walkup: Airbrush Evolution and Business

Peeler’s design still needed considerable development to make it a viable business proposition. Charles Burdick and Liberty Walkup were willing to invest in the idea and paid $700 dollars for the initial design followed by another $150 for two updated prototypes. What followed next?