Introductory Airbrushing Course

What to Bring

  • We supply coffee, tea, water, soft-drink and we even have lunch catered for (We recommend that you bring your own lunch if you have specific dietary requirements)
  • All materials for the class will be provided, with the option to purchase airbrushing equipment at the end of the class.

What to Wear

  • We urge you to wear ‘old clothes’ as the paint will stain your clothing and we don’t want you to ruin your best outfit.

Introductory Airbrushing Course

About This Class

What You Will Learn

  • Learn basic techniques such as dots, lines and shading
  • Learn special effects on paper including how to render a rock and space theme
  • Learn how to clean and maintain your airbrush equipment

What You Get

  • All materials and equipment provided

Description

This course has been specifically designed for anyone who wants to give airbrushing a go, covering basic techniques, cleaning and working on two special effects, students will gain basic knowledge in this half day class and enjoy a fun few hours of tuition. This class is perfect for you and a friend to try airbrushing at a minimal expense and see if it's something that you would like to continue to learn.

You'll spend the morning learning basic airbrushing techniques including dots, lines, shading and special effects on paper including how to render a rock and space theme. All materials for the class will be provided, with the option to purchase airbrushing equipment at the end of the class.

ABOUT AIRBRUSH ASYLUM

Owner and Artist of Airbrush Asylum, Carsten Zehmisch has been a professional artist for more than 15 years. Picking up an airbrush for the first time in 1997, he knew that he had found his passion in life.

Working hard to perfect his craft completing various commissions for clients, he now specialises in producing custom art works on motorbikes, planes, cars, amongst many other unique custom projects.

In 2004, he won an honourable mention at the Summernats Airbrush Competition. In 2006, he was presented ‘Best Overall’ by legendary US Custom painter and founder of House of Kolor - Jon Kosmoski at Sydney’s MotorEx.

Carsten's award winning artworks have featured in numerous national and international magazines as well as having the privilege of hosting international artists Dru Blair and Mike Lavallee.

In 2012, Carsten was asked to airbrush with 18 of the worlds 'best' airbrush artists on the House of Kolor trade stand @ SEMA Las Vegas, Nevada. Carsten currently works closely with Iwata assisting them at numerous trade shows and events including Summernats and Meguiars MotorEx.

Carsten is highly recommended for his attention to detail and ability to produce photo realistic artworks and prides himself on delivering excellent customer service. He continues to strive to amaze his customers by producing mind blowing artworks and extending his vast knowledge to students and airbrush enthusiasts around the world.

Learn more about Airbrush Asylum at -

website - www.airbrushasylum.com.au

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youtube - https://www.youtube.com/user/AirbrushAsylum

twitter - https://twitter.com/CarstenZ

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