Harder & Steenbeck has recently invested heavily in their manufacturing facilities in Norderstedt, Germany. Three major new high-tech CNC machines this year have not only greatly increased their manufacturing capacity, but also opened up new avenues for product design, and development. A new CNC milling and turning machine complements the already state-of-the-art machines upon which […]
Holland’s popular airbrush show, the Wonderworld of Airbrush in Rosmalen, has always been good for a surprise or two in recent years. After many years of featuring a steady annual date, it has since initially switched from its traditional January date to October, and now to April. This year it will take place again in […]
The company Sparmax already surprised us in the summer of 2018 with a totally different style of compressor. In our last issue, we introduced the Sparmax Zeta compressor featuring Smart Stop technology. Now the company is introducing its little, mobile brother, the Sparmax Beetle. The Beetle also disposes of Smart Stop technology, meaning that the […]
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Starting with the new issue 01/19, the English language edition of Airbrush Step by Step magazine will also be on sale in book and newspaper stores in 7 countries, namely in the USA, United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Canada and Australia.
Drawing tablets have, over time, become a product offered by a number of suppliers in a number of variations. A drawing tablet has become a regular staple of work because it’s an excellent tool for template realization. For the first time ever, we’ve decided to test a drawing tablet from the Japanese tablet manufacturer XP-Pen. […]
In the new Airbrush Step by Step issue 01/19, the American airbrush and automotive artist Ed Hubbs shows how to recreate a high quality airbrush design on a bike take after heavy damage. The original artwork was created by none other than his famous colleague Bob Spina. In this interview, Ed tells about the beginnings […]