by Step Magazine – 03/2012
Well camouflaged: Tank painting and ageing by Heike Kohn
Model maker Heike Kohn breathes life into a Heng Long Stug 3 tank model with paint and pigments. It shows that
how to create realistic aging and dirt effects with brushes and airbrushes.
Dog view: Cute animal portrait by Sven Schmidt
The Flensburg airbrush artist and author simply couldn’t resist these faithful dog eyes.
Based on a photo template and with various tools such as scalpel, brush, sandpaper and of course its Infinity
he creates a realistic portrait of a beagle.
The Dragon on the Surfboard: Custom Painting from California
Rick Rietveld brushes a motif on a surfboard, which probably terrifies every shark.
But for the time being, the board is to be presented in an exhibition.
The Cosmic Cruiser: The Story of a 30-Year-Old Custom Van
Canadian airbrusher Ivan Benic tells the fascinating story of a vehicle that is not only externally,
but also concerning the bodywork, has often been changed. How he creates his designs,
The native Croat also describes in a short step by step.
On Adler’s wings: Airbrush motif on turkey feather
Two birds as different as an eagle and a turkey are rarely mentioned in one breath.
Thomas Olczyk, however, brushes the king of the skies on an extraordinary surface: two glued-together turkey feathers.
Above the Clouds: Aviator Illustration by Herman Veltrop
What could be more beautiful than flying? Herman Veltrop loves airplanes and has always wanted to be a pilot.
However, he only realizes his dream in impressive airbrush images, which he creates with a mixed technique.