Greetings all, I am a leatherworker from Los Angeles. It is leatherwork that brought me to air brushing, which I am brand spanking new to. One could not know less about it than me. I came to it for a couple of reasons. As a means to apply leather dye more evenly, and to do custom effects that can't be done with brushes, daubers, sheep wool, etc. I look forward to learning a lot. I just bought my first air brush and compressor today, haven't even opened it until I learn what the heck to do with it. Im the type that would break it, trying to figure it out. But, I have gone online and looked at several videos (such as airbrushtutor) and now I am also thinking about getting paint for art, on top of the dyes I use for leather, as I was intrigued by how fun it looks to just do things on paper as well.