Introduction: Blue Fire Flames - How to Paint Different Colored Flames, Airbrush

Realistic flames can be painted in any color you want. This is how to do it.


Caro the face painter (author)2011-10-14

Hi there, Thanks so much. I am a face and body painter and I have been requested to paint a beautiful belly bump with blue flames. This clip has helped so much. Thanks again.

iceclipper (author)2009-04-10

This is great! I have been wanting to airbrush fire on my garage walls around the cabinets. Question: Red and yellow at the tips of the flames and blue and white at the base; would blue go on top of the red or would you leave the area unpainted to put blue at the base? Or should the blue and white be painted first and then yellow tips and red to blend the two? Thanks again!

slimguy379 (author)2008-07-05

where do you get that can of sparkles? is it something you can buy at home depot etc.?

GorillazMiko (author)2008-01-07

Great job, looks amazing when finished, I might try this if I can. I hope I don't mess up!

slimguy379 (author)GorillazMiko2008-07-05

with "real flames" following these steps you really can't screw it up! (well to a degree)

Rob K (author)2008-01-07

Wow looks good but I don't have air brush.

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