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Airbrush Step by Step Magazine

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Airbrush Step by Step is the leading magazine for airbrush artists - whatever their level of experience and expertise. Bursting with practical step-by-step descriptions for airbrush illustrations of all levels, Airbrush Step by Step offers everything from practical guidelines on basic skills to insightful tips for professional airbrush artists.


Crammed full of state-of-the-art products, revealing new techniques of operation, as well as news and reports on issues in the field of airbrush and illustration. Readers will stay up to date on events and news from the European airbrush scene, tips from experts as well as reports on airbrush jobs and projects, inviting you to turn over the pages, to consult and collect the magazine for posterity in digital format with an Airbrush Step by Step digital magazine subscription.


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No. 70 In English language, you got these two words: COLOR and PAINT. „Color“ describes the optical color tone, i.e. blue, green, red, etc., whereas „paint“ refers to the liquid that is applied with an airbrush or paint brush. In many other languages such as French and Spanish it’s similar – except German. Can you imagine that in German, we have only one word, having both meanings? „Farbe“ – quite imprecise, isn’t it? But however, „paint“ and „color“ are of course closely linked in art and especially in airbrushing, it may be significant to choose the right PAINT for the requested COLOR. This issue is focussing on both aspects: It is bringing up artworks with a special color effect, such as the cosmic pyramid illustration by the Venezuelan artist Irán Caro, which literally shines out at us. As well as Lorena Straffi's butterfly, coming to life from a cloud of color. Of course, there are reasons for this enormous brilliance: While Irán Caro works with fluorescent paints, his Italian colleague Lorena Straffi relies on a pearlescent base coat. The cover art work by American artist Joshua A. Zarambo even makes color and paint the central pictorial element - and here, too, the special use of glitter and flakes enhances the effect of the already bright colors. Another special feature of this work: Zarambo uses the AI image generator Midjourney to find designs and is explaining this approach to you. Of course, all artists have been using paint and color(s) for painting for hundreds and thousands of years. Around the year 1503, Leonardo da Vinci used oil paints on poplar wood for his famous Mona Lisa painting. What if you use synthetic paper, Createx Illustration paint and an airbrush for this artwork? Australian Paul MacDonald was brave enough to try this – and didn’t just focus on the famous smile, but also on the cracks in the 500 year old wood to make it look authentic….


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In English language, you got these two words: COLOR and PAINT. „Color“ describes the optical color tone, i.e. blue, green, red, etc., whereas „paint“ refers to the liquid that is applied with an airbrush or paint brush. In many other languages such as French and Spanish it’s similar – except German. Can you imagine that in German, we have only one word, having both meanings? „Farbe“ – quite imprecise, isn’t it? But however, „paint“ and „color“ are of course closely linked in art and especially in airbrushing, it may be significant to choose the right PAINT for the requested COLOR. This issue is focussing on both aspects: It is bringing up artworks with a special color effect, such as the cosmic pyramid illustration by the Venezuelan artist Irán Caro, which literally shines out at us. As well as Lorena Straffi's butterfly, coming to life from a cloud of color. Of course, there are reasons for this enormous brilliance: While Irán Caro works with fluorescent paints, his Italian colleague Lorena Straffi relies on a pearlescent base coat.

The cover art work by American artist Joshua A. Zarambo even makes color and paint the central pictorial element - and here, too, the special use of glitter and flakes enhances the effect of the already bright colors. Another special feature of this work: Zarambo uses the AI image generator Midjourney to find designs and is explaining this approach to you.
Of course, all artists have been using paint and color(s) for painting for hundreds and thousands of years. Around the year 1503, Leonardo da Vinci used oil paints on poplar wood for his famous Mona Lisa painting. What if you use synthetic paper, Createx Illustration paint and an airbrush for this artwork? Australian Paul MacDonald was brave enough to try this – and didn’t just focus on the famous smile, but also on the cracks in the 500 year old wood to make it look authentic….
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Airbrush Step by Step magazine is published four times a year as a seasonal update on the world of airbrush artistry. Appealing to both classical airbrushers and plastic scale modellers, body or custom painters and professional illustrators - it has something to offer all those who are interested in practical airbrush issues and like to improve their airbrushing ability with creative tips and information on basic skills.


Airbrush Step by Step has firmly established itself as the authority on presenting state-of-the-art products, new techniques of operation as well as offering news and reports on issues of airbrush and illustration. Whether you’re interested in hearing about the events and news from the European airbrush scene, tips from experts or reports on airbrush jobs and projects - this is the title for both amateur and professional airbrush artists.


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