by Step Magazine – 02/2008
In the shade of orchid complementary colors in practice
Airbrush artist Wolfgang Reineck explains the work with complementary colours, one of the most important foundations of painting,
practically using the example of an orchid illustration.
Summerfeeling-Caribbean flair in the indoor pool by Thomas Schüller
Airbrush artist Thomas Schüller has brought the Caribbean atmosphere directly home to the owner of a private indoor pool.
In his Step by Step, he shows his freehand mixing technique made of wall, acrylic and airbrush paint, with brush, sponge and spray gun.
Cocon-Erotic Nude by Hubert de Lartigue
In his photorealistic act, the French artist Hubert de Lartigue shows the work with transparent skin tones –
from the pre-drawing and preparation of the canvas to the sealing.
Serpens penicilli aerii-the common “airbrush snake”
Snakeskin is strong, smooth, shiny and very aesthetic. The individual skin scales can have different colors and shapes.
In this Step by Stey you will learn how to represent the fine psoriasis mesh in digital and analog airbrush technology.