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Need some help, 1st eye

Discussion in 'Airbrush Control & Exercises' started by Lt4-396, Apr 11, 2017.


  1. Lt4-396

    Lt4-396 Guest

    I figured before I attempted the Cameron painting I would do a few more eyes. I just had a really bad day with the brush. Something kept going wrong if it wasn't one thing then it was another so instead of getting frustrated I walked away and will pick back up tomorrow.

    The top two and bottom right were from today, bottom left is from yesterday.

    Please feel free to comment/criticize.

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    markjthomson AKA QuickDraw and very happy #nobrushleftbehind Staff Member Admin

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    Cameron is MUCH easier than the German. In terms of the purchase ones, Cameron, eye, cat, German would be in order of challenge. I did Cameron 3rd and the German last. You will learn heaps with Cameron.
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    There's a freebie Cameron from memory
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    Yes Cameron is free, I'm going to be tackling this project tonight. I might do just one corner at a time so I can focus on one piece at a time.

    Also can't Make up my mind if I should buy createx illustration or wicked detail or createx transparent.
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    markjthomson AKA QuickDraw and very happy #nobrushleftbehind Staff Member Admin

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    Pick one, they're all good and all have their unique characteristics.
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    jord001 Air-Valve Autobot!

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    Good luck with Cameron. Just feel confident and use the skills you learned painting the eyes. I painted my Cameron on a4 which made it a tiny bit more difficult to get the details but over reduced black and a couple of hours and I did it. I don't think you will have too much hassle looking at what you have already produced.

    Lee

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