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Smoke, splashes, spots - airbrush effects.
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Posted 12 May 2009 - 04:17 AM
I was interested with three effects which I want to represent at painting the my lures.
Effect of a smoke.
Effect of spots.
Prompt as it to make.
Posted 12 May 2009 - 07:35 AM
If your asking a question I thnk something is lost in the translation but I take a guess you are asking how they were made, so I can only speak for mine. The blue gill is done with a combination of layering colors through various mesh netting and templates with an airbrush. The white and black shad rap with the yellow lateral line was done with by using a template for the line and spraying it with an airbrush the spatter was done by using a stiff bristle brush, then dripping the black paint on to the brush and thumbing over the bristles to splatter the paint on to the lure.
Posted 12 May 2009 - 08:52 AM
Yes I wanted to ask - as it is made?
With application of grids or other regular pattern all is clear.
Effects only interesting.
If dark a stain in blue gill are made through a stencil - interestingly as the stencil is made?
It is cut simply out manually?
Thank for advice for thumbing over the bristles to splatter the paint on to the lure.
I shall try it.