Got an airbrush gun about 2 months ago. Badger anthem. Kobolt 3 gal tank. In line filter. Spray in a very hot shed. Lol prob like 110* some days. Had a lot of trouble in the beginning. Paint clogging up the gun, learing how to clean it, spent a lit of time on YouTube, went through dozens of t-shirts, some good, a few came out great and a few are now rags. Now I'd like to move on to plastics and metallics. Car rims, tools, tool carts, tool boxes etc. So I'm just spraying random items n experimenting. I don't fully understand controlling paint layers, sanding, clearcoating, cutting, buffing at all really. But I'm down to learn. My holly grail would be to paint my own bike tank, car hood, helmet, firearm and be really proud of it. I dig fashion that has another purpose, like custom sneakers, hats, whatever. I would customize my coffee thermos or even my beach cooler if I could be sure that it would last the summer. But banging around in the car n getting sand blasted at the beach, I'm just dont know how to be sure about protecting the paint yet. I mean... I guess, layers of clear are the way to go... But that's y I am here.