One of my interests in airbrushing is working with these Liquitex Interference Paints. (http://www.liquitex.com/InterferenceColors/) I'm a wood turner... BTW The current 'craze' is to paint a wood bowl top black, then smear small quantities of these Interference paints onto the black surface. Using an air stream of some sort (an airbrush or a simple straw) we blow the paint around to create a thin coat of the color we're using. The thinner the coat of Interference over the black, the more reflective the paint becomes, and the more color we get from it. It is the bits of mica in the paint that "create" the colors. You can watch a Youtube vid (Tim Yoder, Cosmic Cloud Bowl) (didn't know if it is "legal" to post the URL, it wanted to imbed the vid!) I am wondering if anyone has tried to thin Interference paint enough to spray it? I would think that would be as thin as it could get!! Would the mica get hung up in the airbrush? (I cannot find any idea what size these mica chips are....)http://www.liquitex.com/InterferenceColors/ Has anyone ever tried this?