Author(s): Roland Kuck
Offers a source of information and advice on the amazing works of art you can produce with the aid of a spray gun. Beginning with the basic techniques coupled with specialist tips, this book demonstrates the various ways of using an airbrush for anyone who would like to learn, perfect and eventually become professional at the spray technique.
After studying painting and graphic arts, the author and artist, Roland Kuck, specialised in illustration and airbrush art, in particular portrait painting. He works as artistic director and lecturer at the Institute for Training in Arts and Art Therapy in Bochum, Germany. In 2004, he was involved in a charitable collaboration between UNESCO and the Art House Gallery in Bochum, with the slogan 'For more peace, tolerance and democracy in the world'. For this he painted the portraits of many national and international personalities, including Phil Collins, Robin Gibb, the Empress Farah Diba-Pahlavi and the Dalai Lama. Roland Kuck has become well-known through various interviews and presentations on radio and television and through published books including textbooks, as well as educational films.
Foreword The history of the airbrush Materials and their uses Technology Enlarging and transferring Colours Basic exercises Step-by-step projects Gallery