So friends,I had it some time ago announced a guidance for my second Paplo picture to write and now the first part is finished.Here I show how I paint most of my black / white pictures.There has been little change in the individual work steps, but my skills with the Airbrush have improved. This can be seen in the many details.Above all, the many wrinkles and pores of the skin are a challenge for the abilities with the gun.This image is sprayed on a primed MDF plate, size 35x50cm and 10mm thick.The primer is from Caparol and is called Capacryl Haftprimer. It can be sprayed or rolled well and is ground after 3-4 layers. The final cut is made with 1200 '.This substrate is absolutely smooth and white and very good for scratching and etching as it is very firm. This substrate has a disadvantage, it is less absorbent and therefore the risk of "spinning". It was sprayed with AeroColor black by Schmincke and my evolution 0.2mm. I start with a print of the reference. From this I cut out the darkest areas with the scalpel and spray them black The back I make with a pencil black and then draw the main areas. On the subsoil I now have very fine lines which serve as orientation. Now I spray with black the first thin layers. For this I diluted the black. 2 drops Black 2 drops Airbrushmedium (Transbase) and 6 drops of water. Pressure 1bar.This mixture is easy to spray and has a very good control with the pistol. Now I build the basic skin structure in other thin layers. I start with erasing to set lights. For example, on the eye. The skin structure I build on with thin lines for the wrinkles and many small points for the pores. These two textures are superimposed and complementary. This is a challenge for the finger and the patience. I always use a piece of paper to try. Fortsetzung folgt!