How to Airbrush

The Airbrush School is brand new for 2010.  Check back often for updates and other special features.

Pre-School-Intro to Airbrushing

No, it didn’t go out in the 80’s, you’ll be happy to know that airbrushing is alive and well. In fact it’s been around for a long time now and it’s going to be around for a long time to come. Why? because it’s awesome! Airbrushing rules and airbrush artists’ are smart and attractive with muscular physiques, shiny glistening, silky smooth hair and lightning fast reflexes.

Don’t know what I’m talking about? Start here with our Intro to Airbrushing class and discover what an airbrush is, how it works and what you can do with it…prepare to fall in love.

Kindergarten-Airbrush Anatomy

Single-action, double-action, gravity-feed, siphon-feed, internal-mix…what does it all mean? Come to Kindergarten and find out. We’ll examine the intricacies of the airbrush, dissect the most common styles and types available and explore the advantages/disadvantages of each. You know what they say:   different dagger strokes for different folks.

1st Grade-Airbrush Compressors

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2nd Grade-Airbrush Paints

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3rd Grade-Airbrush Substrates

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4th Grade-Airbrush Workspace

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5th Grade-Airbrush Excersices

6th Grade-Airbrushing T Shirts

Summer School-Pinstriping

7th Grade-Metal Prepwork

8th Grade-Automotive Base Coats

9th Grade-Automotive Clear Coats

Summer School-Cutting and Buffing

10th Grade-Airbrush Stencils

11th Grade-Projector Power

12th Grade-Using a Vinyl Cutter

Summer School-Software Shortcuts

College Freshman-Hoodie Project

College Sophomore-Flame Job Project

College Junior-Wall Mural Project

College Senior-Motorcycle Project

Grad School-Starting an Airbrush Business

Advanced Techniques

Airbrushing Tips and Tricks

Airbrush Troubleshooting Guide

Airbrush Glossary

0 thoughts on “How to Airbrush

  1. when is the school gonna continue? been waiting for like 6 months… im really interested in Sid Vicious’s ART SCHOOL…SID KNOWS HOW 2 BREAK S*** DOWN ON AN EXPLANATION LEVEL..I’M READY COACH….

  2. Hey Rob, sorry for the delay. You’re right, it has been far too long since the Airbrush School has been in session. I don’t have a specific date as of yet, but I hope to resume class (I.e., update the site) in the near future. Thanks for the comment.

  3. Sid- Just moved to UT from the midwest. Before I left I was studying airbrush with David Morton. Wanted to get into more lessons and start a business once I am talented enough. Where are you located and when are your classes?
    Thanks
    T

    • Hey Tom, right on man. Welcome to Utah! Sorry for my delayed response; this comment fell through the cracks somehow. — Currently, I’m not running a public shop. I decided to go mobile for a while as this fits my lifestyle better and I really enjoy traveling. — Right now, the Airbrush School is strictly online and new lessons won’t start to surface until 2011. — Keep on painting! I look forward to hearing from you in the future.

    • What’s up Eric! Currently, the school is only online with new lessons coming in 2011. — My schedule has changed a bit and I really don’t want to half-ass anything on the site. So it will be a bit before new lessons are available but I’ll make sure they’re great! Thanks for your interest.

  4. I’m looking for an airbrush class for my husband. I’d like to pay his tuition as for an upcoming birthday gift. I’m having a hard time finding an actual class that he can take, I’m not as interested in something online, since he’s a hands on kinda guy. It seems you’ve had some sort of class in the past, will you be offering that again soon? If not, do you have any recommendations for another airbrush class?

  5. My apologies I have been watch this site for over 16 months and have seen no activity. I figured if your trying to run a buisness or school you would have regular updates of time and places for your classes. I am very interested in learning how to airbrush and was a little frustrated ealier seeings how I check this site on a regular basis and see nothing changing. So I do apologies for the rude comments. Now that I have stuck my foot in my mouth I ask for your forgiveness and was wondering if you still offering classes? If so I would like to know were and when and how much they are so I can attend.

    Again I am very sorry for my rude comments and hope you can remove them.

    Thank you

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