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Which Airbrush Kit need to buy?

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Which Airbrush Kit need to buy?

Postby Ezra » Thu Jun 04, 2015 3:25 pm

My wife is interested in starting to use airbrush for painting and drawing. Is there an airbrush kit to suggest for someone beginning to airbrush? We currently do not own any compressors or any equipment other than acrylic paint. Can anyone suggest a kit to buy? Are the amazon one decent?

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Re: Which Airbrush Kit need to buy?

Postby debrartin » Thu Jun 04, 2015 4:53 pm

Ezra wrote:My wife is interested in starting to use airbrush for painting and drawing. Is there an airbrush kit to suggest for someone beginning to airbrush? We currently do not own any compressors or any equipment other than acrylic paint. Can anyone suggest a kit to buy? Are the amazon one decent?


Actually it depends on your usage, all the brand names have great reviews and you will find alot of videos on youtube, I have strongly recommonded you for badger airbrush kits, that is dual Action, Gravity Feed, Internal Mix-With a large top mount color cup, this is an excellent airbrush for larger fine detail projects you also try iwata neo. That aslo are good one.

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