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Airbrushing

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Airbrushing is also called "air painting". This is a type of fine art in which paint is applied to the surface with compressed air using an airbrush or spray can through a stencil. For this purpose, liquid or powder pigments are used. This technique has become widespread: it is used in painting, design, to decorate textiles and even cars. Oddly enough, for the first time this method of creating a drawing was mastered by tribes in Latin America long before the beginning of our era. Primitive craftsmen blew paint through hollow bones onto cavern walls using their own palms as a stencil. The advent of the mechanical airbrush gave freedom to poster and flyer makers.
Airbrushing
Before applying paint, the surface is prepared by matting or priming. The fabric is pulled over the frame
It has always been important for artists and art collectors how to frame their works of art. We can paraphrase Shakespeare and say,

“What’s in a frame? That which we call a picture
In an improper frame will look less nice.”

Or, perhaps, the picture’s message will be obscured by too ornate or too plain framing. Here, we present a retrospective journey into the history of framing and its evolution, with illustrations and an expert’s commentary. Read more
. The amount and intensity of the colourant jet depends on the selected settings. The drawing itself is varnished after drying, then it becomes indelible. Airbrushing allows to get unique colours and shades.