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When they began airbrushing the models in fashion magazines fifty years ago, no one complained much. Everyone knew, we thought, that it was some sort of make believe. 119 more words


Spotlight: Dogs in Airbrush

Airbrushing was an early method of retouching and coloring photographs which can be traced back as far as the late 1800s. It is a unique process which creates a beautiful matte effect, causing images to look as though they are caught somewhere between photograph and painting. 146 more words


Special Hobby 1/32 Hawker Tempest Mk.V

Hawker Tempest Mk.V EJ762/JJ-F of 274 Squadron, piloted by Flt. Lt. D. C. Fairbanks, DFC and Two Bars with 12.5 victories, while flying out of Volkel in Holland, October 1944. 340 more words

Chris Wauchop Models

The dangers of airbrushing for transparent communication 

There is still disagreement over what actually constitutes PR in modern practice, but what is seldom questioned is the idea that PR is primarily about being open and transparent in communications in order to build mutually beneficial relationships with the public.   930 more words

Zenithal Highlighing

Here, we see some lone XV25 Stealthsuits, a Marker Drone (that I strapped a massive gun to), and a reinforcement beacon (or something? I’m not a Tau player). 183 more words


Painting my Grolar, Part 1

November has been a busy hobby month for me.  I started off the month with a lot of stuff on my hobby table, and have been trying to finish it off and give myself a bit of breathing room on my desk for me to scatter dozens upon dozens of little bottles of acrylic paint. 951 more words

Theory as Practice - week 6

Theory as Practice – Contextual Portfolio
Semester 1
Level 1

Focus: Introducing Post Modernism

This week of university started off with a lecture into ‘Post Modernism’. 1,194 more words

Theory As Practice - Contextual Portfolio