Tested for

Perfection

Thomas Olczyk is working with Harder & Steenbeck Infinity +

Tested for

Perfection

Enrico Lein is working with Harder & Steenbeck Evolution twin action +

Tested for

Perfection

Younes Bouchlouch is working with Harder & Steenbeck Grafo +

Tested for

Perfection

Julia Stoess is working with Harder & Steenbeck Colani +

Tested for

Perfection

Angel Giraldez is working with Harder & Steenbeck Evolution ALplus +

Broken Glass

Step 1

For the broken glass motif, you will need the eponymous stencil plus pro-color paints ice blue, black and white. Also, you will need a fine brush for the details.

Step 2

First, spray a few thick stripes onto your painting surface with highly diluted black. This will create a window pane. Then, place the "Broken Glass" stencil on it.

Step 3

Spray over the whole stencil with a mixture of ice blue and a bit of white.

Step 4

Then clean your airbrush and fill it with opaque pro-color white. For the clouds, start with spraying the contours' top edge with a tremble. Then create the rest of the clouds' insides starting on the edge and moving downward, also with a trembling movement.

Step 5

Place the stencil element for the pieces of broken glass on the dried surface.

Step 6

Spray the upper gradient inside the pieces of broken glass using white and the bottom gradient using diluted black.

Step 7

Align the stencil element for the edges with the pieces of broken glass sprayed earlier and fill them with black.

Step 8

Paint a few highlights on the edges of the broken glass using white and a fine brush in order to make them appear more realistic. Again with a fine brush and diluted black, you may expand the cracks a bit more in order to complete your piece of broken glass.