Both pan watercolors and those in tubes can be thinned with water for airbrushing. When using pan watercolors you can lather the paint with a paint brush and then transfer it via the brush to the airbrush color cup (or reservoir) for spraying. Tube watercolor, the type most commonly used, can be thinned with water in a cup or jar and then poured into the color cup.
Hello Art Lover, Artists’ Collective of Hyde Park and Hyde Park Free Library are proud to present the Hudson Valley Then and Now Festival, their collaborative series of events celebrating the unique history and lifestyle of our beloved valley. The Hudson Valley Then and Now Festival will take place from July 13-16, 2017 and features […]
You can find a variety of spray guns in your local art supply store, and auto paint supply store two types are usually carried—the conventional spray gun and the HVLP (High Volume Low Pressure) spray gun.
Contemporary works and abstract expressionist masterpieces converge in Shade: Clyfford Still/Mark Bradford, a collaborative two-venue presentation by the Denver Art Museum (DAM) and Clyfford Still Museum (CSM).
To most artists, airbrush maintenance basically means keeping the airbrush clean so that paint flow is uninterrupted. But another aspect of maintaining the airbrush deals with proper handling and care to prevent damaging the components of this highly sensitive tool.