Toronto, Ontario — July 6, 2017 — Known for his hot-rod paint jobs and flame designs, Steve Vandemon will be showing the ins and outs of airbrush basics during the Airbrush Workshop taking place July 11 at Collision 360 in Toronto.
Vandemon’s work can be seen all over the world. Having absolutely no formal art education or training, he’s developed a unique approach to his work. Using a variety of faux finishing techniques along with some unconventional drawing and painting methods, he has developed a style which is easily identifiable.
Collision Repair magazine contacted Anthony Iaboni, owner of Collision 360, for some further insight into this exciting event. In a conversation with Collision Repair magazine, Iaboni said “The event will showcase another valuable skill that all painters should have or know about.”
Vandemon will demonstrate his skills in automotive graphic layouts, freehand airbrushing and masking. The event is sure to be filled with valuable information as well as neat tricks to be learned. Vandemon won’t only be showing off his skills, he will also go over useful components of the trade such as preparation, tape layout techniques, hand sketching, image transfers, colour mixing, the use of spray guns and much more.
“Autobody shop workers will be able to learn new and easily achievable skills during this event,” said Vandemon in a recent interview with Collision Repair magazine. “I want to show these guys that autobody painting can be a lot of fun and that possibilities become endless with the right skillset.”
For more information, please visit collision360.ca.