Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Speckling Off A Drawings To Rome

Derek Mohammed stepping back and admiring his work at Anthony Johnson’s mas camp, Woodbrook, Port of Spain, Trinidad West Indies, 2006

Airbrush artist Derek Mohammed can whip up a picture-portrait rendering in forty-five minutes. He pauses, steps back and fine-tunes his work. Untrained, he began airbrushing because he liked it, and with the help of his mother, the essential tools for this love were bought. Fifteen years later, Mohammed owns his own studio called, Realistic Airbrush Concept.

A Trini Revilers' costume – Chariots of Fire

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