What Is A Drawing Board? A drawing board is a device that allows you to produce high quality drawings, by having a smooth large surface often with a means of holding down the material you are drawing on. By providing a smooth large area then you can produce accurate drawings, use a drawing board as a writing desk, get better access to the work that you are doing. These used to be made from wood, however a more rigid lightweight and cost effect way to build them is using synthetic…read more
Spray Booths – Don’t take Risks! Model making is a popular pastime for a large number of people all over the world. Different people have different ways of applying the finish to the models, one of the most popular ways of doing this is with an airbrush. Airbrushes are used in a number of capacities, not just model painting, for example people use them for cake decoration (using edible paint) and other things such as designing clothing, or applying spray tan. The products used for some forms of spraying and…read more
50 Years Of Iwata Airbrushes The Iwata Medea airbrush company is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year; and to mark the occasion, it has commissioned a special edition airbrush with a limited run of 1000 worldwide. This special edition airbrush is the classic Iwata HP-C airbrush, each is engraved with the number of the batch that it is, and comes with a special blue metal case; so that if you decided not to use it and keep it for the collector’s item value; you can do so and present it…read more
What Is A Drawing Board? When someone needs to undertake a drawing, whether it is an engineer drafting plans for a project that they are wanting to put into action, or somebody drawing for a hobby, they want to achieve the best result possible. One way to ensure this is the use of a drawing board.
What is an airbrush? Airbrushes are tools which operate using compressed air in order to spray a number of substances predominantly paint. If you’re new to the world of airbrushes, then whatever the reason you wish to use one for, it is best to familiarise yourself with the options available, as there are a number of technical terms that may not be self explanatory to those starting out in the world of airbrushing.