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In this video with Steve Driscoll you will learn how to utilize the airbrush, canvas and erasers to create photorealistic facial properties. With the use of only a few colors and some tools such as electric erasers, Exacto blades and an Airbrush, you will learn to create depth and life like facial features. Use these techniques with all of your portraits to create flawless paintings. He explains the use of his Flesh Tone set and how to utilize and manipulate the colors to achieve realistic skin tones. You may use other paints than used in this video to follow along and apply the skills he teaches.
Bio: Steve Driscoll is one of the top airbrush artists in the country. He is self taught, and has the incredible ability to render things in a super photo-realistic manner. His first studio was in Las Vegas, where he did T-Shirts, portraits, and some automotive custom painting. In 1994 he started teaching canvas painting for Airbrush Action Magazine. Soon after that he moved to Chicago, and started a new studio there, where one of his top clients were Washburn Guitars and Nike Basketball. He then moved his studio to his home state of Minnesota. He splits his time between his art studio and working on automotive projects with his partner, Tracy Hilgers of TJ Design.
Canvas / Illustration Board
Driscoll Wicked Flesh Tone Set
Exacto Knife (#10 Blade) / Grifhold (#7-C Blade)
Length: 50minFile Size: 2.77 GB