Archive | November, 2012

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Fusable Glass and Airbrushing

People have been fusing glass since the day after glass was invented. But new glass technological break throughs have made it easier to work wid1-making glass more predictable and an interesting medium for airbrush art. Jerry Werner, a Beaverton, Oregon, artist of amazing velsatility, revealed how he merges fusible glass and airbrushing. In the fused glass picture of an American […]

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Don’t Touch That Airbrush!

by Richard Marmo At least not yet. An airbrush gives the model builder a tremendous advantage to create realistic and accurate finishes. But the most expensive airbrush in the world isn’t worth a plugged nickel if you don’t know what the subject is supposed to look like. So, the first step in the search for […]

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