I have been airbrushing for a few years, but I am religiously having spray issues. I live in tropical north Queensland, although, the humidity has not yet started to climb for the wet season. Recently I have gone back to basics doing all the lessons, over and over. After solving issues with both me and one of my iwata's, I chose to go back to the Autoair paints to do some of my pieces. My problem is not just tip dry, which is extreme. I have over reduced the paint but am still getting excessive tip dry at the point where the paint is breaking (splattering due to it being too viscous). I reduced air pressure which has made no difference. My biggest issue is when I release the trigger, more paint comes out, causing a splotch, wrecking the fine line. What happens is, I pull back for paint, nothing comes out, so I push forward to stop the paint ready to clean the tip, but as the trigger returns, paint floods out. Is this a symptom of tip dry? Are iwata's known for this? Could it perhaps be the paint? The gun was working fine with the Wicked colours. Any suggestions would be grate.