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alberto ponno

Discussion in 'General Airbrush Discussion' started by ad fez, Aug 28, 2012.


  1. ad fez

    ad fez kind of a big deal = Admington

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    I have never before seen work quite like this, i have looked at every photo on his site and every photo has knocked me off my chair in disbelief how he can achieve such results and produce paintings of such beautiful machinery and nature. simply amazing..... newbies... we have a long way to go

    Alberto Ponno - Airbrush Car Painter
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    buttflyzzz Young Tutorling

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    Awesome, i can't begin to figure out the textures. Especially on the faces.
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    ad fez kind of a big deal = Admington

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    have you looked at the step by step michael schumacher ......... insane
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    Seamonkey Air-Valve Autobot!

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    Yeah that image is insane!!! Just the visor alone is worth everyone seeing!!!


    Josh
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    Nice he, i mentioned him in the photo realism thread a while ago. The most unbelievable thing is that he don't use any template, masking and even not a line drawing, he paints with his projector completely per freehand. A single painting can take up to 4 to 5 months, lucky i don't have to pay the chap when he's finished.
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    ad fez kind of a big deal = Admington

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    yer and thank you for that....I think it was your thread that got me locked on to this guy, if you hadn't of mentioned him I probably never would of seen him. I love the quality of his work but I'm also a huge f1 fan so double thanks
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    Tsunami airbrush Needle-chuck Ninja

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    incredible
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    Cordyk Sheriff Woody (Admington) Admin

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    That's awsome....a mate has asked me to do a Senna pic for him...slightly overwhelmed now!!
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    Did you see his Australia themed harley davidson?
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    ad fez kind of a big deal = Admington

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    so sweet , i dropped alberto a quick line of respect and admiration, he emailed back today with a few jokes and tips, epic guy!!!!!! ::::::

    ciao adam, i understand a little, also don't speack english, but i try not to use google translator, its orrible eh eh eh. I thank you for your kind words. I saw your paintings, but i don't know what is your system was to trace the reference. I use a slide projector, you? My friend, i mean that if you don't have a good system to trace all details of your reference photo, Your paintings will be always without details. Other thing, when you make a portrait, make sure that the photo is a good photo with many details, otherwise you can not paint a good sketch. I use from 30 years, solvent colors, because i mean that water colors are good only to paint a wall, but not to do a painting eh eh eh.
    I don't know what other advice to give you, my friend . There are too many things to speak about. If you do have some more questions ask me, i can reply
    ciaoooo adam
    alberto
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    That's cool, did you invite him to join the forum? He' s most definitely one i'm want to learn a trick or two from.
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    ad fez kind of a big deal = Admington

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    i did yes have to keep an eye out!

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