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    Hello everyone, I have to present some instructions in English and I would like comments, it has to do with Tattoos, thank you very much.



    The aerograph is a method in which color is applied to a determined area, plane or three-dimensional surface; two fundamental tools will be used.
    One of the tools is named Aerogragh

    It is fundamental; its size, similar to that of a pen is an airbrush that expels air and paints in a cone form.

    This is how the paint mixes with air and pulverizes out, coloring the surface in a gentle and softened form

    The aerographs´ expel paint in a cone form. In accordance to the perpendicularity concerning the surface, the cone’s base, could be circular, meaning, if the airbrush is triggered directly on a surface, the surface will be marked by a circle. Said mark prints a line if the hand is moved rapidly. If the hand is closer to the surface, the paint cone will be smaller, resulting in a small cone as well as its base. Hold the point closer to the surface and obtain density in color (see figure 1), hold the point farther from the surface and obtain less color density.


    It is recommended to paint in upward and downward movements (from top to bottom and bottom to top)

    Do not fix airbrush in one position for a long period of time. This will provoke a blot on the surface. Users should gently move the airbrush upward and downward to receive the desired color

    The surface should be correctly prepared before painting; this will be carried out through masking (elements used to cover the areas that we do not want to paint). A great part of the success depends on details within this procedure. The result is directly proportional to the attention implemented within this process. Makings are elements that posses their own bonding agent and bond to the surface. (See figure 3).

    Inks (fibers) should only be used in aerograph. They should be introduced within the cavity and should not surpass the base limit, (it is of vital importance that the fiber does not surpass the aerograph limit and will come out of the end, this will provoke the exit of a lot of paint and will generate blots. (See figure 4). Markers should be stored horizontally, so that the ink does not accumulate within the point and cause blots when it is reused.


    I would really appreciate it
    Daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielkramer View Post
    Hello everyone, I have to present some instructions in English and I would like comments, it has to do with Tattoos, thank you very much.
    Hello everyone. I have to present some instructions in English, and I would like comments. The instruction concern tattoos. Thank you very much.


    Quote Originally Posted by danielkramer View Post
    The aerograph is a method in which color is applied to a determined area, plane or three-dimensional surface; two fundamental tools will be used.
    Instead of in which say by which. Say a predetermined area.


    Quote Originally Posted by danielkramer View Post
    One of the tools is named Aerogragh It is fundamental; its size, similar to that of a pen is an airbrush that expels air and paints in a cone form.
    You omitted some punctuation there.

    Quote Originally Posted by danielkramer View Post
    This is how the paint mixes with air and pulverizes out, coloring the surface in a gentle and softened form
    The term pulverizes out is unfamiliar to me. Perhaps you should try something else (sprays?), (Isn't the paint already pulverized?)

    Quote Originally Posted by danielkramer View Post
    The aerographs´ expel paint in a cone form. In accordance to the perpendicularity concerning the surface, the cone’s base, could be circular, meaning, if the airbrush is triggered directly on a surface, the surface will be marked by a circle. Said mark prints a line if the hand is moved rapidly. If the hand is closer to the surface, the paint cone will be smaller, resulting in a small cone as well as its base. Hold the point closer to the surface and obtain density in color (see figure 1), hold the point farther from the surface and obtain less color density.
    delete the apostrophe (?) after aerographs.


    Quote Originally Posted by danielkramer View Post
    It is recommended to paint in upward and downward movements (from top to bottom and bottom to top)
    OK (except for the missing period)

    Quote Originally Posted by danielkramer View Post
    Do not fix airbrush in one position for a long period of time. This will provoke a blot on the surface. Users should gently move the airbrush upward and downward to receive the desired color
    OK (except for the missing period)

    Quote Originally Posted by danielkramer View Post
    The surface should be correctly prepared before painting; this will be carried out through masking (elements used to cover the areas that we do not want to paint). A great part of the success depends on details within this procedure. The result is directly proportional to the attention implemented within this process. Makings are elements that posses their own bonding agent and bond to the surface. (See figure 3).
    Say: "Makings are elements that posses their own bonding agents and bond to the surface." (You didn't forget the period that time. )

    Quote Originally Posted by danielkramer View Post
    Inks (fibers) should only be used in aerograph. They should be introduced within the cavity and should not surpass the base limit, (it is of vital importance that the fiber does not surpass the aerograph limit and will come out of the end, this will provoke the exit of a lot of paint and will generate blots. (See figure 4). Markers should be stored horizontally, so that the ink does not accumulate within the point and cause blots when it is reused.
    There are some punctuation problems there.

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    RonBee

    Thank you very much for your quick response.

    Really appreciate it.
    Daniel

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