I have been busy over the past few weeks... a couple of commissions to get started on.. One already in progress, a timber wolf.. (Check the Work in progress forum).
I am also venturing into a bit of unknown territory... airbrushing on ground aluminium panels... an artist collegue of mine does them and they are awesome..so I am going to give it a go...
Her name is Denise Stephenson and this is her and one of her art pieces.....
So..into the breach as they say.. I'll give one a go.
I have also been experimenting with a Paasche Air Eraser. Although they look like an airbrush, they are actually a mini sand blaster...
The Paasche AEC Air Eraser
Normally, they are used to etch glass and soft metal, such as copper or brass. They usually spray fine grit sand.
I have been trying one out on some test acrylic artwork on canvas. I am using bi-carb soda (baking soda,) instead of the sand, to see if I can simulate weathered and textured surfaces... I will post some pics of the outcome soon.
Told you I was a bit crazy!
There is never a dull moment in my studio, that's the way I like it.