Since 1985 Airbrush Action has been teaching artists how to satisfy clients that go in for the Kenny Powers aesthetic. This fine magazine includes tips, tricks, step-by-step how-to’s, competitions, and interviews with airbrush artists. Seemingly every variety of airbrushed material is covered: t-shirts, cars, trucks, buses, helicopters, giant lobster statues, magazine ads, snowmobiles, pre-photoshop photo retouching, medical illustration, toy packaging graphics, fake marble walls, leotards, pleather jackets, bowling pins, bicycles, caricatures, fingernails, hair, prosthetic puppets, and fine art paintings.
The SVA library has nearly all of the Airbrush Action magazines released between 1988 and the present. Feast your eyes.
The Anatomy folders contain approximately seven hundred images and have the following arrangement: Anatomy, Anatomy – Animals, Anatomy – Eyes, Anatomy -Hands, and Anatomy – Nervous System. Like the other Anatomy categories, Anatomy – Nervous System consists of photographs of both the interior and exterior, microscopic views, medical illustrations, and creative (non-technical) illustrations.