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Water based is a better choice if you intend to use a traditional brush too.
schuberth c3, spies hecker candy red over silver base
Createx Illustration, gloss chalk paper 35x50 cm, no erasing/scratching.
Airbrush IWATA HP-C Plus 0,2mm, and eclipse 0,3.
Has anyone used printer dye or pen dye for AB? I am looking for a candy2o replacement waterbased solution. Just for practise at home environment.
Also note that AutoAir can be aplied on hard surfaces without primer/sealer, but it is recommended to use 4030 balancing clear, and/or at lest 4020...
IMO AutoAir is designed for kustom and heavy painting (large guns ready). Illustration is designed for fine arts (Dru Blair's method ready). Wicked...
IMO the best transparent paint is "candy". For color blending and fading every transparent paint is better than opaque.
Great explanation here:...
Tomato! It will be the last stage! ;)
This is my first portrait attempt and first picture made with createx illustration. I challenge transparent colors. So many hours spent, I stopped...
I use transparent base as an intercoat when masking artwork with tape. The tape tends to peel off the paint (especially overspray) while removing it.
I wanted to add more orange to the snake (or even magenta) to pop the color contrast up, but the "customer" was inexorable.
That's how it will look. I like the fire more than main graphic.
I do not even consider sanding, there is too much of graphics under the tape. Removing the tape is always exciting, but this is when all mistakes...
Thank you for all the support, only you guys know, how challenging the fire is:)
Now it's time for a helmet. I'm a bit scared, but first lines looks cool.
We'll see where it will go.
This is my third approach to the fire and the first of which I am happy:) This is just a practice for my actual helmet project.
Canvas: foamed pvc...
Finally, all answers in one short and simple article. Modern Color Theory. I know there was something about MCT on the forum, but this one is...
I found that varnish in my store cost about 10$, while pouring medium is less than 2$. I Will give a chance to my pouring medium, and let you know...