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worldofglasscraft
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My wife says I'm a Bum

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worldofglasscraft

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    1. worldofglasscraft
      worldofglasscraft
      The Brown I use when I mix it is 4 drops Orange to 1 Drop Blue,. For a light brown flesh tone I will add white to that mix until I get the shade I am looking for.
      But I also spray a lot of color and write down what I have mixed to get that color in case I want to mix it again.
      But two complementary colors mixed will make a brown. So Green + Red = Brown Green being the lighter color you would start by adding at least 4 drops of it than add in the darker color. Yellow + Violet =Brown same thing on mixing that too I was taught to always start with the lighter color first so you only have to add a little of the darker ones.
    2. Squishy
      Squishy
      Check out a guy on youtube called rob bourassa, he doesn't show chords, but he's got some traditional song lessons and goes through note by note, really helped me.
    3. Squishy
      Squishy
      Bluegrass Banjo. Went to visit friends who live in the US in Maine, and at a party everyone disappeared and came back with instruments for a jam, (did kind of feel like I was on an old US tv show Lol!) and it was mosty Banjos, so I had to have a go. Then I had to get one.
    4. Squishy
      Squishy
      Lol! Not quite, Im half way between Portsmouth and Southampton, and about a mile or so from the sea. Not much south of us except the I.O.W. Where are you?
    5. eenasha
      eenasha
      I hope you had a great time here in Orlando. I have seen alot of the ab booths some really great talent others not so much. Most of the attraction have ab artist working there.

      Sheena
    6. Pingi
      Pingi
      Sorry I meant to ask ferret that question !
    7. Pingi
      Pingi
      Hi.
      I saw that you know Chuck Bauman, and would like to know from first hand if airbrushes that he advertise (VEDA 130 an 180) on his internet site are really that good ? Because I've seen on several other forums that i should stay away from them.
      Sorry to bother you with such a question, but i really haven't got any useful information about VEDA.
      Thank's,
      Domen
    8. ranhalen
      ranhalen
      does anyone ever get on the site or is it just me
    9. ranhalen
      ranhalen
      very nice country. would like to explore there one day when i learn how to do remote viewing cause thats bout the only way im gonna get there lol
    10. ranhalen
      ranhalen
      i checked out your local on maps and noticed it pretty dam flat but close to water. would love to see some down to earth pics of your earth based living vicinity. my email is wlm_turner@yahoo.com and my name is randy if you want to see some beautiful mountains and wild country from ky
    11. ranhalen
      ranhalen
      just to let you know we are in a very mountainous area. appalichian mountains, daniel boone, bigfoot, country
    12. ranhalen
      ranhalen
      money i hate bein a slave to it!
    13. ranhalen
      ranhalen
      does your wife appreciate your airbrushing like mine does
    14. Malky
      Malky
      Hi Tony, a couple of weeks ago I had to resize all my photos due to limited attachment space, this meant editing all posts, I obviously forgot this one (silly me)
      Malky
    15. Malky
      Malky
      Hi Tony, thanks for the tip, problem is now solved (I think)
      Malky
    16. worldofglasscraft
      worldofglasscraft
      Hi, My name is Tony.
      I am really glad that this forum has been set up and is so active.
      I know nothing about airbrushing but am trying to learn (on a limited budget haha)
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    Location:
    Badlands near Bristol. U.K.
    Occupation:
    My wife says I'm a Bum
    My name is very long so people shorten it to Tony, I am an Old bloke, took early retirement 7 years ago, crumbs that 7 years has flown by, into art but never had time to do anything and didn't think I had any talent but then I discovered sandblasting and now....I discovered Mitch. Am so looking forward to learning about this art form and maybe taking it into some form of business.

    C.O.D. UO. Sandcarving,Airbrushing something. Winning the Lottery?

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    Tony
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