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ABOUT US 
“If you do not want to work ever, must do something to like it˝ this is the japanesse proverb which mobilized us to start this business and start to airbrushing textiles, specialy t-shirts. Great for us, because this is something new in Romania. This idea (of my wife, must to addmit this :-) )fit perfectly my sister talent and vision, with my technical and lead skills. From all of this, result really pieces of art. The main purpose in this job is the customer satisfaction witch means that our work are really appreciated. Enjoy ! .
 
 
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WHAT WE DO? ... LEARN MORE !
Textiles are manual airbrushed. The prices are unique like our products and can be nicelly negocieted. The prices, depending on picture complexity, starts from 15 euros for simple draws, up to 60 euros or more, for portraits. Also the price is different depending on picure size and the number of colors. T-shirt is included in price. We have also discount for children. For your orders we must to know  size, colour, long or short sleeve and send us your draw or photo in a good resolution. Before we start work, please pay an advance between 30-50 % from total price. If you don't  have ideas we help you ! We accept to work also on your textiles (clotextile clothing, pillow cases, bed clothes, etc.) The procces during 48 hours then can be delivered. Our target is for those ones which appreciate art and uderstand our work and dededication for each piece which leaves our workshop. At  'products in stock'  you have the possibility to buy the product in the image and you find there the type,colour,size and gender. Each image have an unique product on stock (with a unique number). If you want to have something already sold, we can make it for you with little differences. Enjoy ! 
 
HOW I BUY? ... HOW I ORDER ?
If you want to buy an article on stock acces 'Products on stock' and add to cart the image and check at 'Available options' the features of product and add them. Then 'add to cart' and continue the shopping or finalize the order. If you want to order acces 'Order' and completes all fields, configure the article features and upload your image or choose existing one with the code product
AIRBRUSH HISTORY
First airbrush was patented in 1876 (no. 182.389) by Francis Edgar Stanley from Newton, Massachusetts United States. Stanley and his twin brother Freelan Oscar Stanley remain in history for their first steam engine. The idea was born by need to have a locomotory machine to help Edgar's wife who had an disability and she can't use the bicycle. First car with their engine reached 56 Km/h. Edgar died in 1918 in crash accident in one of his cars after he established the speed world record to 204 Km/h. Freelan died in 1940 at Boston.Later the device named 'paint distributor' and was made by Abner Peeler for waterbase paints and another artistic goals and was work with an little hand air compressor. Because of his large number os spareparts look very heavy and rough. Peeler was an engineer wich over 100 inventions (typewrite or drill). Because his lack business skill he sold the project for 700 dollars to Liberty Walkup.The project became completely functional after 4 years by striving of Liberty Walkup from Mt. Morris, Illinois. Walkup reinvented the device and named airbrush and his wife, little bit later, founded School of Arts from Illinois. The airbrushing was learned by all his students and became accessible for everyone.First modern airbrush was projected by Charles Burdick in 1893. He founded Fountain Brush Company and launched firs batch of airbrushes to be sold.
AIRBRUSH TECHNIC
An airbrush works by passing a stream of fast moving (compressed) air through a venturi, which creates a local reduction in air pressure (suction) that allows paint to be pulled from an interconnected reservoir at normal atmospheric pressure. The high velocity of the air atomizes the paint into very tiny droplets as it blows past a very fine paint-metering component. The operator controls the amount of paint using a variable trigger which opens more or less a very fine tapered needle that is the control element of the paint-metering component. An extremely fine degree of atomization is what allows an artist to create such smooth blending effects using the airbrush. The technique allows for the blending of two or more colors in a seamless way, with one color slowly becoming another color. A well skilled airbrush artist can produce paintings of photographic realism or can simulate almost any painting medium. Some airbrushes use pressures as low as 20 psi (1.38 bar) while others use pressures in the region of 30-35 psi (2-2.4 bar). Larger "spray guns" as used for automobile spray-painting need 100 psi (6.8 bar) or more to adequately atomize a thicker paint using less solvent.  The simplest airbrushes work with a single action mechanism where the depression of the trigger actuates air flow through the airbrush. The airbrush's color flow and spray pattern are adjusted separate of the trigger action. Dual action or double action airbrushes enable the simultaneous adjustment of both air and color at the trigger, by allowing the user to actuate air by depressing the trigger and simultaneously adjust color by sliding the trigger back and forth. This allows for greater spray control and enables a wider variety of artistic effects. This type of airbrush requires some amount of practice to become proficient in triggering technique and control, but it offers greater artistic versatility to the artists once the triggering technique is learned.Paint can be fed by gravity from a paint reservoir sitting atop the airbrush (called gravity feed) or siphoned from a reservoir mounted below (bottom feed) or on the side (side feed). Each feed type carries unique advantages. Gravity feed instruments require less air pressure for suction as the gravity pulls the paint into the mixing chamber.  A bottom feed airbrush typically holds a larger capacity of paint than the other types, and is often preferable for larger scale work such as automotive applications and tee-shirt design
NEWS
Starting with 07 May 2015 we collecting money for True Love Afghan Hound Foundation. We will donate 5 or 10 euro to society from each Dedikate products sold. The project was initiated by Gonny de Niet, in charge by Daniel de Niet and it is from Holland. 
For the moment we have two models which you can order on: http://trueloveafghanhoundsociety.com  sau pe http://www.dedikate.ro

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