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  • Paasche Airbrush

    I just picked up an airbrush kit off of craigslist. We'll see how it goes. I'm totally new to the whole airbrush thing. I am hoping that it will make my painting life happier, but we'll see.

    I am planning on using acrylic craft pain, americana brand on my toys and puzzles. I know I need to thin the paint down to a milk consistency and watch the psi output on my compressor, but thats about it.

    Any pointers and advice are welcomed!

  • #2
    Be prepared to wash your hands or leave them rainbow colored...LOL Talk to cathiejade I think she is our newest resident expert on air brushing....
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC


    • #3
      Thanks, I sent her a pm. I was talking to her a little before about airbrushing and I would have to agree that she is the resident airbrushing expert!

      It's always good to learn from your own mistakes, but it sure is nice to learn from other peoples too!!


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