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Painting With An Air Brush?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by BMC, Nov 26, 2007.

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  1. BMC

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    Its been a while since I air brushed, but the general concept, like anything you want to become proficient at, is to practice. If you don't have any experience, start with a low end model like a Binks where the "throttle" so to speak is controlled by pressure pushing down on the trigger. Its rathe simple and similar to using a spray paint can. Its pretty easy to control the flow. The upper end models like Pasche and Iwata use a toggle style trigger that takes some getting used to if you aren't familiar with it. But once you've gotten the hang of how to use them, they are fun to use, especially if you have a creative mind.
     
  2. stainlessbt99

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    SBray,
    Give me your email and I'll send you some photo's of air brushing and how to do.
     
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