Well I decided i'd try and do some junk airbrushing with folkart multi surface. It works fine, the pigment grind is small enough that even the white showed no issues spraying form a .2 nozzle once thinned enough with some 4012 or with windex like glass cleaner. The adhesion is actually slightly better than wicked, even on plastics, even the worst plastics , PET and lexan. The light fastness is rated very high. The problem, It takes forever to dry. It feels like oil paint if you rub it between your fingers un thinned. A dusting takes 5 minutes to dry to the touch. A light coat takes 20. So it wasn't a good candidate for most AB work. It does seem to be completely compatible with wicked though. So, I started using it to adjust dry times for wicked. i just add the same color to same color. With a little bit added the dry time on the wicked increases and of course consequently tip dry actually reduces dramatically by simply adding enough to make the wicked take a few seconds longer to dry. In the future I'd like to try using the folkart enamel clear medium in the same manner to eliminate the color having to be the same. Anyways, It's about $1.30 a bottle if you want to try it. That clear medium is about &2.60 If someone else gets to it before I do.