Now, we’re gonna tackle The Horror of Skullmaster, the latest in the Skullmaster line.
Heck, these suckers are so new, they’re not even out as I write this. Hopefully, my
timing will be just right, or I can imagine the hate mail! The stencil we’re going to
use is one of the first ones I have designed that comes with both a positive and
negative sheet. This means that you have complete control of all aspects of the
design. Horror of Skullmaster is also the first time we’ve gone for a more anatomically
correct skull. With all the stylizing I’ve been doing over the years, it’s time to
introduce a more accurate anatomy. I also gave each of the stencils in the set three
different sizes to accommodate what you’re painting on, with the largest being lifesize. For this demo, I rendered realistic fire painted onto one of Coast Airbrush’s
fiberglass tank blanks—a perfect canvas and lightweight display sample for your
shop’s wall. Well, ’nuff talking, lets’ paint." - Craig Fraser. PDF courtesy of Airbrush Action.