I used some Tamiya in the frog pik Worked great. I am not so sure about putting anything other water based paint thyough My brush. I have it working fine detail with no problems . I think I will donate the 84 bottles of enamel to a brush model painter
These are used mainly by modelers, but they spray well on any surface if properly prepared.
I used Tamiya acrylics, reduced with their own thinner, 1:3 or 1:4, or isopropyl alcohol. Don't use water to reduce it, it clog your AB. It sprays very smooth if properly reduced.
I also used few times Model master enamel, reduce it with white spirit. It sprays very well. Clean AB with white spirit immediately after. I remember it didn't clog the AB at all.
You cannot mix Tamiya with Model master, but after one layer of one paint is fully dried (24 hours for Tamiya and around 3-5 days for model master), you can put a layer of the other one. Otherwise you don't have to wait too much between layers of the same paint (1-2 h for Tamiya; 4-6h for model master)