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Google previewIllustrations (2012)

Everybody's Complete and Practical Guide by Graham T. Richardson

Airbrushing is a subtle, yet highly effective, technique for altering the appearances of areas within photographs. These pieces of equipment and materials are discussed in more detail in Chapter 8. Enlargements at least twice the size of the final photograph should be used for such artwork. This allows for more working area, which in turn makes for a smoother appearance when the altered photo is reduced in size. A line drawing traced from a photograph may be desirable when one ...

Google previewMake-Up, Hair and Costume for Film and Television (2013)

by Jan Musgrove

Airbrushing. Airbrushing is a technique of putting paint or make-up into a pressurized ...

Google previewA Practical Guide to Beauty Therapy for NVQ Level 2 (2003)

by Janet Simms

Airbrushing is an advanced nail art technique which you will have the opportunity to study if you progress to NVQ level 3- Airbrush work is ...

Google previewDecorate Yourself (2004)

Cool Designs for Temporary Tattoos, Face Painting, Henna & More by Tom Andrich

Airbrushing is a technique that can be practiced with black and colored paint. It is used with stencils and the finished designs can be sprayed with acrylic clear spray to make them last more than a day or two. Nail art is another how-to activity that can be enjoyed by young girls, teens, and adults. With some nail polish and paint you can create painted fingernails or toenails with lovely abstract designs, figures, or scenes that are sure to attract admiration. Add some tiny jewels, some ...

Google previewMake-Up Artistry (2004)

by Julia Conway

Airbrushing is an excellent method of quickly applying ...

Google previewAdobe Creative Suite 6 Design and Web Premium Digital Classroom (2012)

by Jennifer Smith, Jeremy Osborn, AGI Creative Team

Airbrushing is a painting technique that uses a stream ofair to apply the paint to a surface. 1 Select Background in the Layers panel, press and hold the Alt ( Windows) or Option (Mac OS) key, and click the Create a new layer button at the bottom ofthe Layers panel. This opens the New Layer dialog box so that you can immediately name the layer. 2 Type Strokes in the Name text field, and then click OK. Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design &Web Premium Digital Classroom 3 4 Scroll down in ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Media and Communication (2016)

by Daniel Chandler, Rod Munday

airbrushing 1. Altering the appearance of a photograph using paints or dyes which were often applied to photographic prints with an airbrush. Airbrushing was routinely used to remove unwanted blemishes in fashion magazine shoots, hence the connotation of presenting an unattainable idealized image. In Stalin's Russia, officials were removed from photographs altogether and thus airbrushed from history. 2. Loosely, any photographic alterations, including ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Surfing (2005)

by Matt Warshaw

Airbrushing — also known as airspraying — is usually done directly onto the board's polyurethane foam core, prior to fiber- glassing; it can also be applied in between the sanding coat of resin and the gloss coat. Airbrush designs range from clean and simple to wildly extravagant; the process adds between $20 and $200 to the board's retail cost. Some airbrush work is done freehand, but generally it begins by marking off the to-be-colored areas with masking tape. Airbrushed ...

Google previewThe American Beauty Industry Encyclopedia (2010)

by Julie A. Willett

Airbrushing is ubiquitous and far-reaching and not just used to erase the occasional blemish. It is also used to completely reshape the body of the model. Waists are whittled, legs are slimmed, and stomachs are flattened, all with the click of a mouse on a computer program. The images created leave the ...

Google previewEncyclopaedic Dictionary of Information Technology and Systems (1993)

by A.E. Cawkell

It provides facilities for pixel editing, airbrushing, retouching, changing contrast and brightness levels, etc.

Google previewSchirmer's Complete Rhyming Dictionary (2010)

by Paul Zollo

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Latino Culture (2013)

From Calaveras to Quinceañeras by Charles Tatum

Airbrushing is different from spray painting, and airbrushes differ from spray guns. The air brush gun used by painters is a sensitive instrument that requires great skill to manipulate correctly to achieve the desired result of painting a recognizable figure on different parts of a car's surface. Museum exhibitions Lowrider vehicles have ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality (2012)

by Roy Latham

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Google previewA Dictionary of Journalism (2014)

by Tony Harcup

airbrushing The alteration or 'improvement' of a *photograph, today also known as Photoshopping, *digital manipulation, or digital retouching. Alterations can range from the innocent tidying up of a picture, by removing a distracting shadow or cloud, for example, to modifications that might change a picture's meaning. There are occasional controversies over the practice, ranging from debates about the *ethics of making women in magazines seem unnaturally thin to ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Nails (2006)

by Jacqui Jefford, Anne Swain

For those who are more adventurous there are advanced techniques such as airbrushing and 3D work. This chapter will take you through using the equipment, how to keep it clean and the colour theory needed to be able to mix colours and create beautiful designs. There are many airbrushes on today's market and you will need to research which one suits you and your budget before investing your hard-earned cash; there is a guide on the main points to look for in an airbrush system ...

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Scrabble value of A1I1R1B3R1U1S1H4I1N1G2

The value of this 11-letter word is 17 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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