The correct use of the airbrush is one of the most important skills that must be mastered by a modeller, but also one of the most difficult. This book is designed to impart the techniques of using this effective tool quickly and easily. All three types of airbrush are examined and explained in simple terms, cleaning and maintenance is looked at, and one section even details how to build a compressor in order to save on starting costs. The title boasts an excellent section on actually using the airbrush, and studies in depth the painting of four different miniatures: a model four-wheel drive, a World War II American DUKW, a German Focke-Wulf 190 and a human butterfly. Clear photographs are taken of the painting process on each different model, showing all sorts of exciting techniques. Methods of lightening and darkening, representing camouflage and weathering and mixing exactly the right colour are all explained. A book that will suit both complete beginners and those wanting to get more out of their airbrush.
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