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airbrush

an atomizer for spraying paint or varnish by means of compressed air

airbrush

[′er‚brəsh]
(graphic arts)
A pencil-shaped air gun that fine-sprays paint; used in retouching photographs and in shading drawings.

airbrush

airbrush
A small tool used for the fine-spray application of paint, dye, watercolor pigment, or ink by compressed air.
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The photoshoot and airbrush tattoos costs PS150 and you get a large 16-inch by 12-inch framed picture at the end of it.
Lee said he used the proceeds of the painting - about PS200 - to buy himself a top quality airbrush which he still uses today.
Airbrush the entire page, let dry, and then remove objects.
About Creative Impulse Art - Creative Impulse Art is a comprehensive airbrush company specializing in parties and events as well as motorcycles, cars and trucks.
The Marker Airbrush ($24.99) allows youngsters to unleash their imagination to create spray art on paper, fabrics, and windows with their favorite Crayola broadline markers.
The argument that unrealistic airbrushed images lead young women and girls to believe they cannot live up to an unreal ideal raged between psychologists and magazine editors.
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The basics of airbrush use are explored from fundamentals to advanced techniques from freehand to masking.
Using nothing more than an airbrush, masking, some vinyl tape, and his most useful tool - a razor blade - he transformed the metal into something that could hang on a wall rather than exposed to the elements on the street.
I look forward to a busy day when I reach for the airbrush and cosmetic paint.