An old illustration of a camera done on a piece of CS10 board using an airbrush with inks. This process involves cutting areas from a low-tack masking film placed over the artwork surface and spraying the colour through. Each letter in the writing was cut out with a scalpel and then the masking film letter carefully replaced after spraying. This method applied to every piece of the illustration, including the four individual sides of every small pyramid which makes up the rubber adjusting ring on the lense. The illustration took a month to produce.

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