Roger Hassler was born in 1972 in Hameln/Germany. He is working as graphic designer in the fields of print and web design in his own studio and publishing house in Hamburg/Germany. In the field of airbrushing he has many years of experience. In his youth he started as a renowned computer graphic artist. Later, he developed his skill in classic painting techniques which led him to the art of airbrushing. He taught himself the technique and quite soon also started teaching other enthusiasts. His photorealistic artworks feature motifs from the elds of fantasy, air planes, science fiction and surreal figural illustrations. For more than 10 years he has been publishing a variety of books, DVDs and magazine articles on airbrushing.
Roger Hassler at the International Airbrush Days 2017
Digital Painting as motif preparation for your airbrush artwork
Roger Hassler explains the basics of digital painting and will show you how you can use your digital painting as a reference for your airbrush motifs.
Airbrush template design: create, design, plot
Create your own airbrush templates with a plotter. Roger Hassler will show you designing techniques at the computer, as well as tips regarding the output of the plotter.