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Posted by pH (Member # 1350) on :
'nuff said.

Posted by Launchywiggin (Member # 9116) on :
they ugly.
Posted by Earendil18 (Member # 3180) on :
I love airbrushes! *insert shameless plug*
Posted by MightyCow (Member # 9253) on :
My GF sometimes uses airbrushes on her cake decorations. I'm not sure that using them on hats and t-shirts is such a hot idea, but to each his own.

I like the airbrush tool on Photoshop quite a bit as well. [Smile]
Posted by pH (Member # 1350) on :
I tried to use an airbrush once, and it exploded in my face.

Posted by B34N (Member # 9597) on :
Originally posted by pH:
I tried to use an airbrush once, and it exploded in my face.


[ROFL] Sorry but that's kind of funny. Is this thread about airbrushing or about pictures that have been airbrushed? All magazine and photos you see now days are touched up in one way or another, whether it is whitening teeth or getting rid or camera artifacts they're all touched up.

Airbrushing is extremely hard to do, it takes a lot of time and patience to get the flow the exact way you want and to learn the steadiness it takes to get the staight lines. Very hard stuff, but very funn when done.

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