Thursday, February 26, 2009
Here is a good example of what happens to airbrushing if you try to "touch it up" with your blender pen. The blending solution will quickly run into your airbrushed area and leave what looks like a water spot.
I airbrushed the sky but had a spot that spit and was unable to hide it. When I attempted to thin the spot out, I wound up with a huge diluted area. So the answer is to take your blender pen and with a circular motion, swirl the entire airbrushed area. As you can see from the sky, it has a kind of puffy cloud look now. Not the look I was going for but at least I saved the scene.