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Which airbrush paint do you use?

Discussion in 'Airbrush Paints' started by Blackthorne, Jun 6, 2014.


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Which airbrush paint do you use?

  1. Com-Art

    19.4%
  2. Createx (regular, AA, illustration, wicked)

    63.7%
  3. E'TAC (PS, EFX, TNT)

    15.6%
  4. Golden

    13.8%
  5. House Of Kolor

    8.3%
  6. Jacquard

    2.1%
  7. Spectra Tex

    5.2%
  8. Testor

    3.1%
  9. Trident

    8.7%
  10. Other (Faskolor, Inspire, Liquitex, Paasche, SEM, Schmincke,Tamiya, Holbein ... )

    28.4%
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  1. Jurien72

    Jurien72 Have Airbrush - Will Travel!

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    What I find interesting is the fact that the ink I use flows worse through my Infinity than the Wicked does- but now I can't remember if I thinned the ink or not. You would think the ink would be really thin and fine, but really its a lot like Wicked!

    Oh by the way, how old is the paint you are using?
  2. Shad0w

    Shad0w Double Actioner

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    If you were asking me I use both, detail sprays better but being transparent line it lacks coverage. Etac sprays opaque better than Wicked Detail
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    Jurien72 Have Airbrush - Will Travel!

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    Thats what I asking- its the Wicked thats giving you trouble. I once tried spraying straight Wicked thru my Infinity... the stains are still all over my painting table! But thinning it 1:1 it flows just fine. I have no clue why yours gives you trouble. One of those weird things I guess?

    As a note here, I only have the primary set. Idk if that has anything to do with it or not. White and black both do fine.

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