Customs: Airbrush Basics: Video

Discussion in 'Creative General Discussion' started by encline, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. encline

    encline customizer of love TFW2005 Supporter

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  2. Nemesis Predaking

    Nemesis Predaking Offical Enforcer WTF@TFW Veteran

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    As I said on YT.
    Very cool of you to do this vid.


    *walks away* One day,............ one day
     
  3. Overhaulimus

    Overhaulimus Sword of Fury!

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    Thanks for doing this encline,bought me an airbrush about a month and a half back,this video will be put to good use for me.
     
  4. simplygriff

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    Really nice video. A little shaky (maybe not really but I'm motion sickness sensitive) but great info. Can you explain what you mean by 50% overage a bit? I think I get it... Each consecutive stroke overlaps the last by 50%? Is that right?
    -G
     
  5. encline

    encline customizer of love TFW2005 Supporter

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    That is correct...

    And shaky?! haha..not all of it..
     
  6. simplygriff

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    Yeah, I realized I kinda jumped the gun on the shaky comment after I watched it a second time. :eek: 

    Thanks for the info. Subscribed to your Youtube Channel and appreciate you putting this kind of stuff out there. :thumb 
    -G
     
  7. encline

    encline customizer of love TFW2005 Supporter

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    NO WORRIES DUDE!!!

    Here are my thoughts....looking back at Jin Satatome...he has tons of tutorials....I think it is great for us to share what we can...but also it is fine to hold on to some of our little "secrets"...pointing the dirrection then letting each artist figure out how they like to do things is the best in my book!!

    so, expect a lot more from me:) 
     
  8. simplygriff

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    Awesome. I look forward to more videos. I've had an airbrush I got brand new as a gift years ago that honestly was so complicated to try to figure out what paint to use and how to clean etc. that I never even took anything but the instructions out of the box. Then I fell out of the hobby blah blah blah... You've given me hope that I can maybe bust the thing out (or sell it and buy a better one) and actually try to use it. :D 
    -G
     
  9. plowking

    plowking I'm with ErechOveraker. Veteran

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    Yep, I subscribed too. I just picked up an airbrush myself....figuring out how to use it properly is the next step. I hope you continue to show more.
     
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  11. robvega214

    robvega214 Mp5_Brut

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    in High school we started out with the single action airbrush.....a Paasche.......this was back in 93......to learn the basics......in ART 1
    followin yr Art 2....we were assigned dual action airbrushes....which are alot better....

    might aswell keep the single action ...U can never have enough airbrushes.
     
  12. encline

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    I used a single action once...here is what I did with it:) 
     
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  13. robvega214

    robvega214 Mp5_Brut

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    hahaha
    well i did drop mine a few times bustin the needles and cones..
     

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