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Old Thursday 14th February 2013, 19:59   #1
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Workshop for photorealistic wildlife painters

You fellow wildlife artists wont probably follow airbrushing scene, that is many times tought to be "crafty or illustrational" not proper art. If you are intrested in realism, maybe you should. The most honoured airbrush artist Dru Blair will do European workshop tour. You might be interrested in looking at Wildlife painting workshops. Bit cheaper versions in Spain and Italy and longer and more expensive in Britain. I am not totally sure, but atleast in American workshops all materials and tools are provided.

http://www.airbrushworkshops.com/tour2013.htm

I have been waiting for more than 15 yeas a chance to participate. Hopefully it will be next summer
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