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Double Actioner, Male, from Worthing UK
Mr Jul 24, 2014
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Started airbrushing when I was 12yrs old. Stopped airbrushing approx 6 weeks later!! I tried to airbrush model planes with a Badger airbrush and compressed air in a can. Compressors were way to expensive for my pocket money and paper round. So was loads of canned compressed air.
Started again 2 years ago (2012) after needing to change the colour of my one metre rc racing yacht.
Picked up a deal on Ebay, compressor and a cheap airbrush. Soon after I was surfing the web and found Airbrush Tutor. What an eye opener.
After an upgrade of airbrush an a lot of practice using the tutorials on this site I can just about master the airbrush. That is until on one of the forum threads said "the moment you pull back on the trigger paint will flow". Paint flows out of my airbrush whenever it feels like it. It's a constant guessing game, but I've been managing so far.
I am now waiting for a new Harder & Steenbeck Infinity CRPlus 2 in 1.