by Step Magazine – 02/2012
Roxy Blade: Mini Motorcycle by Steven Leahy
Hard to believe that a motorcycle fits on a razor blade. Steven Leahy shows how he uses mini templates,
Airbrush, brush and gold leaf paints a tiny Harley. And it looks quite similar to the original.
The Eye of the Tiger: Animal Portrait of Jürek
The US artist Jürek has the greatest respect for nature and all four-legged friends. In the tradition of the Dutch masters
he creates an impressive tiger portrait with realistic fur structures and expressive eyes.
It almost gives the impression that one can look directly into the soul of the predator.
Hot Iron: Basic tutorial for professional drawing
Creating a successful drawing based on a photo template is not that easy.
What techniques can be used to create shapes and contours as well as realistic proportions of the human face,
explains Dave Nestler with a detailed pencil sketch.
Muscle Cars: Energy-charged bodypainting by Flavio Bosco
Keeping your nerve in a bodypainting competition is an art in itself.
Flavio Bosco conjures up a colorful motif on his model’s body as part of the World Bodypainting Festival
and even occupies third place.
Holiday flair in the living room: mural by Laila and Michael Witti
Designing your own four walls with airbrush technology is certainly a dream of many artists.
The Witti-Design team creates a Mediterranean backdrop with sea views that immediately puts the viewer in the holiday mood.
En el Floridita: Photorealistic Caribbean Fl air by David Naylor
Thus, a beautiful holiday memory becomes a dreamlike airbrush motif: David Naylor creates with great love for the detail,
Step by step an old Chevrolet, which he got in front of the lens during a trip to Cuba in Havana.