Blow Your Mind! The Magic Of Hyper-realistic Airbrush Paintings By Dru Blair

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Blow Your Mind! The Magic Of Hyper-realistic Airbrush Paintings By Dru Blair

Airbrush painting is an art technique that uses air pressure to spray paint or dye in the work area.

Artwork created by an artist often amazes a person. Of course, it takes ideas and innovation to create a work of art that is unique and different from the usual. Painting is one of the works of art that is often created with amazing ideas and innovations.

Of course, there are special techniques an artist uses to create a painting that is different from the usual. One technique that can be used is the airbrush technique. Airbrush is an art technique that uses air pressure to spray paint or dye in the work area.

An artist named Dru Blair uses the airbrush technique to make his paintings look like a camera shot. It takes a long time to create a painting with details like a camera shot.

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Multitalented artist, Dru Blair was born in Newbern, NC., September 7. Growing up in Columbia, SC, his ambitions originally were directed toward a career in medicine. However, during his undergraduate studies at Furman University in Greenville, SC, he discovered an artistic ability. He switched majors in his senior year and graduated in 1981 with a BA. degree in art. He later found employment in Myrtle Beach, SC. as an airbrush artist painting shirts. He continued his education at the University of South Carolina in Columbia earning a Master's Degree in 1984. He worked in Atlanta from 1985-1987 transitioning to commercial illustration.

In addition, every detail of the painting must always be considered so that the painting looks perfect. The following summarizes from various sources about the paintings of artist Dru Blair, whose results are like camera shots.

As he wrote on Bright Side that Dru is an experienced artist and teacher, who uses airbrushing techniques to create these super realistic or Hyper-realistic paintings, often people you may know, it took hours of dedicated hard work to create. His paintings come to life, adding every minute detail for a real-life effect.

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He also has a realist painting art school. The Blair School of Realism is located within Sumter National Park, Blair, SC on a scenic 120-acre campus. Free from urban and metropolitan distractions, this historic land provides an ideal learning environment whose natural beauty inspires the senses and nurtures creativity.

This art school regularly invite and host guest instructors who represent the best in their fields related to realism to teach classes in their mediums. As he strives to share our passion for realism, they invite you to request workshops with your medium of choice and take advantage of our vast network of skilled instructors.

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In 1988, he won the National Airbrush Excellence Award, which ushered in a wave of commercial opportunities. The following year he produced his first aviation painting, "Power" which became the first of three

Here are some of his amazing paintings which would like to share with you, so you can see for yourself the magic of his airbrush paintings.

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#1 Robert Downey Jr.

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#2 A close up of Hugh Jackman

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#3 His smile tells a story

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#4 Her freckles are gorgeous

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#5 Walter White

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#6 Making sure every line is correct

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#7 Caught in the rain

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#8 A powerful stare

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#9 UK model Aiden Brady

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#10 The attention to every last detail is important

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#11 This elegant portrait had a little bit of tricky lighting

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#12 A dog’s portrait

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#13 Her smile lights up her face

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#14 The work in progress

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#15 A sleepy kitten

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#16 Before and after finishing this portrait

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#17 Progress on his demonstration portrait for the class

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#18 Finishing touches to a portrait from his class

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#19 Nearly-completed painting in his advanced portrait masterclass

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#20 More paintings of military aircraft. Acrylic on illustration board.

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