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Welcome from New Zealand. If you have the patience to learn calligraphy then you will be fine here! Enjoy.
Skulls are so much fun! What the others said! You don't need texture stencils... they can be helpful but I've not used one on mine yet.
Welcome from New Zealand
Reducer reduces the viscosity of paint (makes it runnier) cleaner cleans airbrushes... typically it will break paint down.
Thanks for that...In terms of threads, while it uses a self centering nozzle it still benefits from lube on the nozzle and the threads of the air cap.
The glass cleaner often contain ammonia... won't do your brush finish any good! It is also worth putting some wax or chapstick on the nozzle threads.
and are you getting any different results between the strained and unstrained? Also what colour are you spraying or a range of colours?
Are you straining the paint before use?
I think that should be filed under the "Read the manual" - or in this case the instructions on the paint? :) Glade to get the problem solved!
I use Golden High Flow. I add a drop or two of blue to it to make it "blacker". The points they make about the substrate ae important. It may also be...
Mine has the floating nozzle. As a general rule don't try modify the nozzle themselves... for the faff that it is it's cheaper to purchase the real...
Yes, I have one. Nozzle, air cap and needle is needed for it. Amazon do them.
9 subscribers... 3 views... and a "point and shoot" approach to airbrushing... lol... Worst I think I've ever seen for someone who has been...
She could be doing an all out p!ss take
Reverse daggers at best... random application of paint in reality!
I'm with Karl... got to the connect the dots.. OK... seen enough...
IT HURTS MY EYES.....
Hey there, welcome from New Zealand.
You know that other link I put up about compressors from Airbrushtutor...? Did you have a look at it? Will help your understanding...