Item description for Advanced Airbrush Art: How to Secrets From the Masters by Timothy Remus...
A series of step-by step painting sequences done with a group of the country's best and best-known airbrush artists. Each sequence moves from the concept to the planning, layout, and execution. The discussion and captions cover each artist's personal choice for tools, paints, and materials. Subjects include everything from life-like pin-ups to abstract flags painted on custom motorcycles, hot rods, and shirts.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.9" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.4" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Jun 10, 2005
Publisher Wolfgang Publications, Inc.
ISBN 1929133200 ISBN13 9781929133208
Availability 0 units.
More About Timothy Remus
Long time motorhead Timothy Remus is the author of over thirty titles - everything from lifestyle books like Bean're, Motorcycle Nomad; to how-to books like Cheap Chopper.
As president of his own small publishing company, Wolfgang Publications, the former auto mechanic also publishes five to ten books each year for other authors.
Tim reports that the twin responsibilities of writing and publishing leave him with limited free time for the really important things like riding motorcycles and working on projects in the garage.
Timothy Remus currently resides in Stillwater. Timothy Remus was born in 1949.
Reviews - What do customers think about Advanced Airbrush Art: How to Secrets From the Masters?
Really good book! Aug 5, 2008
Ii think it's a really good book. This one includes really detailed step by step of several work and with different artists. They explain how they do to ackomplish the result. Then it's a small interview with every artist, how they got into buissness, what gear they use and so on..
All work in the book is painted on motorcycle-tanks. Recommend this one! Nice photos and many of them, easily to follow the procedure.
This book fits for people that has some knowledge about aibrushing.
Wasn't What I Expected Jan 14, 2008
First of all, this isn't really a book. It's more like a magazine.
Second, the airbrushing exmaples inside (while very well done) aren't what I expected.
If you're interested in airbrushing a flaming skull on a motorcycle then this book (er, magazine) is for you.
But if you're like me, and interested only in airbrushing illustrations, then this isn't for you.
Not for beginners. Aug 2, 2007
This book has some good techniques for someone who has some knowledge, but does not have any step-by-step projects for beginners. The step-by-step projects it has are for someone who has some knowledge and experience of painting and airbrushing. It seems nice for this purpose though. I wanted a book for an absolute beginners such as myself. I will keep the book and probably will use it after I learn some about airbrushing. I know some about painting so I can see how this would benefit someone with some skill and knowledge. It shows procedures and tips for painting gas tanks for motorcycles.
Advanced Airbrush Art May 16, 2007
I look forward to using the advance techniques that this book provides.
advanced air brush art, secrets from the masters Feb 23, 2006
Superb book for learning. I only wish this group of ten painters, will do it again, with different subjects...