Activated by ProLong to keep the rich pigment color. For more transparent effect use 91%+ Alcohol. Cracking & air bubbles may be present due to the absence of phthalates (soft plastic). SOLIDS are a heavy dried pigment and may require extra brush working the pigment into desired consistency. May have to scratch the surface on Neons expecally.
Each 6 color Palette includes a 1 ounce bottle of ProLong.
SOLIDS are Phthalate-Free (Contain no Plasticizers). Also Gluten Free, not tested on animals, and skin safe. This formula is similar to powdered mineral makeup. Contents are not flammable and non-combustible.
Do not use on sunburned skin or open wounds. ProAiir is manufactured and packaged in USA.
Plenty of happy students at the Next Level Airbrushing Workshop and every ones dragon turned out great! Hope to see everyone next time. Photos by Jose Art.
All equipment and materials are provided!
Both workshops will be held at Midwest Airbrush Supply Co. located at 860 N California Ave Chicago IL. For those coming in from out of town, we’re about a 9 minute Uber or Lyft ride from the Robey Hotel in Wicker Park and about a 20 minute ride from most hotels downtown.
Learn fundamental airbrush techniques from a pro! Perfect for the absolute beginner or anyone wanting to brush-up on their skills. No experience necessary.
Saturday November 16th 10am to 4pm $99
This workshop is for the intermediate to advanced student who wants to take their skills to the next level. Whether you want to new learn tips and tricks to maximize profits as an artist for hire or just want to improve, this is an amazing opportunity to learn from one of the best airbrush instructors in the industry!
Sunday November 17th 9am to 5pm $149
For more information call 872-829-2275
Chuck Close is best known for his photo-realistic giant portraits. As the name suggest, the intent of a photorealistic painter is to make the painting exactly like a photograph and Chuck Close was one the greatest of all time at doing do. To create his uncanny duplicates of photographs, Close put a grid pattern on the photograph and on the canvas and proceeded to duplicated it cell by cell. His tools for this included an airbrush, rags, razor blade, and a home made electric eraser which he fashioned by mounting an eraser onto a power drill. His first painting with this method was created in 1968 titled Big Self Portrait; a black and white enlargement of his face onto a 9 by 7 foot canvas. It took three months to create.