First of all, today’s article is for true airbrush beginners. If you are just thinking to start airbrushing and maybe just looking for some more info then please continue reading. Those of you with some experience may read on and maybe leave a comment with additional, useful info. For a long time I’ve been thinking that I am still missing something here. But I could not find out what it is. Maybe because of the amount of information and all those advises I had to go through in past two weeks about getting into airbrushing. I have extended some of my old articles that have been extensive already and I’ve totally forgotten about basic airbrush needs. Just to sum up the whole story about getting into airbrushing, there is more tools you need to begin. Some of them are optional but some are a “MUST HAVE“, according to my own experience. Continue reading How to Start Airbrushing? What to Get?
This build was born when its author read previous article Airbrush Cleaning Station. The article motivated this guy to build that station for himself and make it more useful (Sergej).
My nickname is FanTom and I’m passionate scale-modeller. Before I start I just want to tell you that I said NO to plastic nor glue, just because you never know how these will react to any reducers or cleaners. So only option “glass, metal and solder“. Continue reading Cleaning Station and Stand in One
When I need to clean my airbrush I usually use some pieces of paper that I don’t need and just spray over them but sometimes I accidentally spray on something I didn’t want to and the result is a big mess. I have heard that out there exist something called cleaning station for airbrush. Continue reading Free Airbrush Cleaning Station