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Airbrush: The Complete Studio Handbook
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications Inc | English | ISBN-10: 0823001695 | 23 Oct 1997 | File type: PDF | 192 pages | 72.14 mb
The airbrush is a painting instrument that can produce effects ranging from pencillike lines to smooth, uniform areas of color, with countless variations in between. It can build color harmonies that are richer and more subtle than those any brush technique can produce, including a nearly insubstantial wisps of smoke or frog. Whereas grading and transparence are laboriously implemented in brushwork, with the airbrush they can be done more quickly and accurately. But the greatest advantage of the airbrush is its ability to translate artists` new, revolutionary visions in a totally different way from classical methods of painting.
Category: Graphic Design