Just joined and looking forward to learning how to master this airbrush. I used to paint cars professionally back in the 80's. Gave that up in the mid 90's and just started doing my own projects and the occasional side job. My only real airbrush experience is painting drop shadows on car and bike graphics. I've recently decided that I should learn detail airbrushing. The videos make it look real easy, but it is quite challenging. My airbrush is a Paasche Talon which has been a little temperamental. I'm working with Wicked and Auto Air paints and still working on nailing the proper reductions. Wish I had some pics to share, but I'll share as I progress. I'll even post the bad ones. That's how you learn right? Make mistakes and learn from them. Every time I start thinking I'll never get this, I watch a couple of Mitch's videos. He has a way of motivating and giving you the "I can do this" attitude.