The Art of Airbrushing

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The Art of Airbrushing

Techniques and Step-By-Step Projects for the Novice

By David Morton

Walter Foster Publishing, Paperback, 9781600582141, 64pp.

Publication Date: May 1, 2011


Known for its smooth gradations and seamless blends, the airbrush has become a fixture in the world of fine art. With this book, aspiring airbrush artists can learn the basics through simple demonstrations and easy-to-follow projects. Beginning with instructions on using equipment and mastering fundamental techniques, the book guides readers from initial sketches to polished works of art. Full of inspiring images and helpful tips from the pros, The Art of Airbrushing is an essential one-stop resource.

About the Author
David A. Morton has degrees in psychology (B.A.) and medicine (M.D.). For 14 years, he was a disability determination consultant for the Social Security Administration, serving as Chief Medical Consultant for eight years. In his capacity as Chief Medical Consultant, Dr. Morton hired, trained, supervised and evaluated the work of medical doctors and clinical psychologists, and made thousands of disability determinations for both adults and children. Since 1983, Dr. Morton has authored several books on Social Security disability for attorneys and judges, including Nolo's Guide to Social Security Disability.