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This is primarily a single Project class However mini-projects are added from time-to-time at the instructors discretion. Some color theory will be discussed but it will not the primary focus of this class. Not sure if this is the class for you: read Help me Choose.

Birds of Prey 

In this workshop, Dru will share the techniques he uses to create photorealistic birds of prey. Dru will demonstrate the rendering of feathers, eyes, beaks, talons, and will also explain how to merge the bird into the background scene to avoid a “cut-out” appearance. In addition to feathers, Dru will cover scales and fur.

Composition, lighting, and textures will be discussed, as well as specialized techniques and their proper use. Students will learn to quickly match colors with extreme accuracy and precision through Dru Blair's Color Buffer Theory.  All materials and reference will be supplied in our new facility, which features color-corrected lighting and a state-of-the-art air filtration system.

There will also be an optional Foundations class on the Wednesday before the workshop for those wanting to brush up on their airbrush control.  

Class is limited to 13 and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

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New to Airbrushing

The day prior to this workshop we will conduct an optional Foundations Day for those new to airbrushing or anyone wanting to brush up on their airbrush control.

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Accommodations and Travel

Details concerning Meals and lodging.

Our Airport Shuttle Service is available round-trip from and back to Charlotte Airport (CLT) for those traveling by air.

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Next workshop: August 6th-9th 2015

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