recomend a good airbrush

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mexicanbat

Guest
can enybody recomend a good starter airbrush
i will basicly be painting cowls with latex
so eny recomendations
thanks
 
S

sinister70

Guest
The person here to ask would be our own airbrushing master Mel (Big Gunns) she'd know the one you want or at least point you in the right direction. You could always drop her a PM.

Cheers
 
Y

yautja clone

Guest
Check the latest post " Airbrush tips from Vance Hartwell " in the Off Topic Section. It covers EVERYTHING.
 
N

NUCKING FUTS BONG

Guest
I use an Iwata Eclipse HP-CS there one of that best airbrush around.
 
T

The Mortal Immortal

Guest
I use an Iwata HI-Line HP-CH there one of that best airbrush around.
 
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oobidoobiscoobydoobybenoobi

Guest
i think iwata can be pretty costly for your first airbrush!
i dont think you could go wrong with a paasche kit cheap enough at like 40 bucks,its easy to clean and easy to use,but you cant do fine detail work....but everyone has there own preferances personallyi use a peak c-5....go to
"bear air.com"
they have some really good deals....
 
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The Big Gunns

Guest
I do not recommend paasches. It's like holding a fat crayon and the trigger will hurt your finger after a while. They also like to break down.....ALOT

Iwata Eclipse HPBCS are around $80... thats what I use.
 
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PredatoRob

Guest
Mel is right. I have a PAASCHE VL and it gets very uncomfortable after a while. They're not bad airbrushes, and they do have their uses, but they clog way to easily and you have to clean them constantly.

I'm lookin' to get an Iwata for my birthday. I'll keep my PAASCHE around though.
 
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Master Yoda 54

Guest
Agreed with all the above mate.

I have an Iwata Eclipse and absolutely love it, sounds like its your best bet.

KEITH
 
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oobidoobiscoobydoobybenoobi

Guest
and im gonna go kill myself...........
lol
 
R

RaptorArts

Guest
I also use an Iwata Eclypse. The gravity feed is one of the best in my opinion.
 
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