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illustration of The airbrush was drawn conventionally and rendered in Photoshop. The paint splashing out of that type of airbrush cup is a bit of a stretch, as it would not look exactly like that. However, the visual suggestion here is kind of wild and free and tells us that anything is possible. Originally created as a self-promotion piece, it is a old favorite, and it is still hauled on occasion: the illustration, not so much the actual airbrush itself.
Next illustration of These “reverse” illustrations were created with white on dark backgrounds for a print catalog and corresponding website. Each object was started as a basic mechanical drawing, before creating white outline drawings in Illustrator. The shapes and reflections were rendered in Photoshop. Like glass, each illustration was transparent to some extent, which allowed for versatility in creating ads and product sheets, using many different groupings.

Laboratory Glass Panels

The airbrush was drawn conventionally and rendered in Photoshop. The paint splashing out of that type of airbrush cup is a bit of a stretch, as it would not look exactly like that. However, the visual suggestion here is kind of wild and free and tells us that anything is possible. Originally created as a self-promotion piece, it is a old favorite, and it is still hauled on occasion: the illustration, not so much the actual airbrush itself.

Keywords: Digital, Realism, Special Effects, Stylized, Whimsical, Motion, Action, Industrial, Branding

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