Krys Geltz Demonstrates How To Airbrush Realistic Ghost Flames

In this video, Krys Geltz at Butler Community College demonstrates how to airbrush realistic style ghost flames. Krys layering the flames with a translucent white. This is white mixed with clear base to produce the desired opacity to create the ghost effect. Each layer of flames offset each other, which gives it the realistic effect.

This demonstration was performed using stencils. With practice, you should be able to airbrush realistic flames as well. Check back, as we will post other and advanced airbrushing videos.

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