Airbrushing Part 7 - Help at Hand

Help at Hand

In his final airbrushing article, JAY BLAKEMORE examines available techniques and tools to aid your painting skills.


Airbrushing Part 7

Above: Rolls of masking film can be purchased from specialist art shops, though their usefulness is limited due to its very low-tack adhesive. It transparent nature does allow complicated patterns to be traced and masks cut.

It has been my aim in these tutorials to help you master the complexities of your airbrush. As you will find in this, the last of my current guides, there are certain tools and techniques you can employ that mean you don't have to rely solely on your freehand airbrushing skills.

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