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Olá, Brasil: Amazing airbrush art from Brazil

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Latin America has got some great airbrushing talent. The new Airbrush Step by Step issue 01/20 features the art of 3 Brazilian artists: Neimar Duarte and the Aerobrothers, Ezequias Lopez and Izaque Sousa. Neimar created a Star Wars Custom Guitar and the Aerobrothers painted „Pirates of the Caribbean“ character Captain Salazar on a Fun Ride […]

Everything about Nose Art

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Nose art, the painting of the front nose section of an airplane, has been around since World War I and the airbrush has been a preferred part of this artwork for quite some time now. Christian Erhart from Austria is, in his free time, an airbrush artist. His profession is that of an aircraft engineer […]

Iwata’s new airbrush guide: 5 ways to spray

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“Five ways to spray” – this is the name of the new marketing concept from the Japanese airbrush manufacturer Iwata. The company is assuming the difficult, but particularly helpful step for beginners, with this airbrush assortment being one you can classify as user friendly. The goal here is to give those interested in airbrushes a […]

Harder & Steenbeck: New technology for stronger needles

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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 […]

Reduced Subscription Price for our Overseas Readers

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Airbrush Step by Step subscription English version is now only 35 Euro per year (instead of 40 Euro) – no matter if you are in Europe, in the US, Asia, Australia, South America, Africa or wherever! No extra charge! Further discounts are available. Check our subscription offers in our webshop!

Interview with Ed Hubbs: From wooden shed to „Pimp my ride“

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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 […]