Hello From the Somerset UK

blindy1964

Young Tutorling
Hi I am new to Airbrushing and have the extra benefit off being very poor sight but I enjoy using an airbrush at the movement I use it for model train work and 3d print models but I have just started to dabble in painting with an air brush, I have a Neo for Iwata which I happy with to a point so I am looking for a better quality one like a Iwata Eclipse or a GSI Creos GNZ-PS289 so any advice would be helpful thanks
 
Hi and welcome.

I have not long joined the forum myself but I have found it to be a very friendly place to be! Probably the most positive forum I have ever used so I hope to stick around if they'll let me!

I hope you enjoy it and the vast amount of learning resource on here!
 
Welcome blindy, loads of helpful threads and people here and We all love pictures so post up some of Your work :)

The PS-289 is a great brush for the price :cool:
 
Welcome to the forum blindly, your not the only one gifted with poor sight. But you found the right place when it comes to airbrush. The Iwata Eclipse is a great brush which I personally use. I have read a lot of good things about the Creos PS 289, you just canā€™t beat the price. I have not had the chance to try any of the Creos airbrushes, but I am saving to buy one because of recommendations here on the forum. šŸ‘šŸ˜‰
 
Welcome aboard.
we have a few here with visual deficits so I'm sure you will be given a helping hand if you need it. Just don't be shy in saying what issue you are having. We pride ourselves on our helpfulness and being non judgmental :)
 
Welcome to the forum blindy. This is a great place to hang out and learn a whole lot. A lot of great folks and resources here. The airbrushes you mentioned are both great brushes and you can't go wrong with either.
 
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