Airbrush work

With a spray gun, the English term airbrush is also common in German, you can create finely dosed paint mist using compressed air, and thus produce works of art with flawless surfaces and color gradients.

The origin of the airbrush technique is undisputed. The first airbrush gun was designed in 1878 by Abner Peeler, an American jeweler and patented in April 1882. He included with his patent application a self-portrait that he had retouched with his invention.

The first pictures painted with the airbrush were dismissed by art lovers and museums on the grounds that they were painted by “non-artistic means”.

Around 1960 own art forms like photorealism or hyperrealism developed. It wasn’t until around 1970 that airbrushing was recognized as an art form. One of the first airbrush artists in Germany is Gernot Bubenik. One of the most famous airbrush artists is H. R. Giger.

Today, airbrushing is used in a wide variety of applications, such as. B. Advertising illustration, custom painting, body painting, model making, nail design, mural painting, make up, etc. It is a suitable painting tool to create textures and the smallest to very large color gradients.

Find motifs! – But how?

We offer our customers the service of getting a first impression of how the finished work might look like by means of photomontage. This service is not free of charge, but is limited to a small contribution to expenses and should actually only prevent that we find our designs and ideas implemented by other artists again.

When the contract is awarded, you get back the cost of the design planning. The design planning is thus included in the price.

Prerequisite for design planning are discussions with the customer about personal preferences, hobbies, faibles and interests. From this information we develop various proposals from which you can choose.

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Indicative prices

The prices listed here can only be a rough guide. The final price depends mainly on the effort and detailing of the motif and, as a consequence, on the total amount of work involved.

Other important factors in pricing are:

  • the initial state of the future image carrier
  • the surface quality of the image carrier
  • Special shades
  • Motive choice

The best conditions for airbrushing are painted surfaces without scratches, cracks, dents or even rust. On these surfaces we can start right away, so to speak.

In the case of damaged surfaces, or surfaces in their raw state, additional costs are incurred due to repair work.- and paint jobs in addition.

Which is not to say that we don’t want to or can’t take care of it, but that additional costs are to be expected in that case.

If you are interested in a “work of art”, we are happy to provide you with an offer!

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