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This is what I mean. Just place it on a flat surface and spray about 1/2" away from the actual fuselage. The overspray will colour it.
Great fix @Vladimir. It is a double cost saving for Iwata. 1 = they save time by not drilling it and 2 = they have to make the needles shorter so...
Brilliant. Excellent textures and depth.
Looks good. If you lightly shade the fuselage you can really make it look round. But it needs to be very subtle.
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@JackEb Mine does not fully close. If I had to guess it must be less...
I think that is a great price. I payed that for mine when they came out.
That is the truth. They've dried up od ebay.
What is this "over reduce" everybody is talking about. The only time it goes "over" is when you "break" it. When there is more reducer than binder....
Excellent job. It looks awesome.
Exposure bucks. You know they are worth the world.
Serviceability on the H&S is much better than the Badger. And you being in Germany, parts are much easier to come by than Badger parts.
The Grafo is original poster describes. You pull back for air and further back for air. Just like a trigger airbrush or even a spraygun, you can feel...
It looks great. Well done.
Interesting idea but you can get the same splatter effect by just holding a popsicle stick infront of the nozzle.
Between the dial and the body there is a hex nut that keeps everything in. You can see it in the photo.