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RichUK wrote:Hi all
I am pretty sure the answers to this has already been posted, but I have had a search and can't see anything!
Any help appreciated!
RichUK wrote:Thanks for all your replies...To get a better finish I think an airbrush maybe the way to go. Again, its all new to me, so can anyone recommend an airbrush starter set?
Catweasel wrote:I listened to Steve and bought a Badger starter kit (Badger Airbrush Spray Gun Model 250-3 Kit).Everything you need in one box,less paint obviously. I found this price with a quick Google.
http://www.artifolk.co.uk/catalog/produ ... -3_kit.htm
Go this route to start before investing in compressors and get a big box for a spray booth.
Simon Andrews wrote:Anyone using the Games Workshop range of paints may also be intrested in this range by Foundry Minatures for shading etc http://www.wargamesfoundry.com/paint/index.asp
scott b wrote:Back to the airbrushes, I friend who is into airbrush painting, heroic stances, skulls and skantily clad damsels, says the way to quickly clean your equipment ( airbrush, smart a_s) is to get one of those sonic jewelry cleaners and just put all the bits in after you paint and he says its faster and cleaner and much less headache. I have yet to try it but if there is a easy way of doing something this is the guy and he paints everyday.
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