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Discussion in 'Retailer Reviews' started by huskystafford, Mar 6, 2018.
It's sounds fake to me
One friend from Canada wanna buy from that link, so I sad to my self I rather ask on the forum about this one.
The Royalmax brushes are branded Asian imports. Some of them are pretty fair to very good - quality is a loose term, but can be hit or miss. I have had very good success with several brushes that were also branded by Royalmax - although, I see in the link you provided the model number is the same, but the actual brush is a different construction...
I have a good deal of fooling around with these on my FB page - https://www.facebook.com/davegs.airbrush.exploration/
Click onthe "photos" tab, then "albums", and "see all"
Thanks for the input guys, I don't wanna new airbrusher gets burned while starting.
Damn, how many airbrushes -.- This is crazy
And I was thinking the other day which third airbrush should i buy
edit:I need to step up my game. *walked away, took his wallet in his hand and start counting the money*
Oooops, did not mean to spark Airbrush Acquisition Disorder in you, my bad!
Chuck Bauman has been around for a wee while. There are some awesome flame references there!
when i first started he was pushing the Veda brand, in hindsight they were junk but they lasted long enough to have a play with and confirm that airbrushing was something i wanted to persue....... I now posess way to many Iwata airbrushes and joined the AAD club within 6 months but i'm enjoying myself
I recommended to a friend eclipse series, but I think he wanna save some buck. Not sure if cheap airbrushes would be saving on a long run.
Chuck has been around for a good while and i have used his true fire templates. That about it though, wouldnt be buying any airbrushes.
Tell him to save for the Eclipse. If Chucks current suggestions are the same as the Veda's that i got then he'll be binning it fairly quickly.
IF he just want to know if airbrushing is something he wishes to continue with then they will serve that purpose, he learn pretty quickly that its not as easy as the Chucks of the world make it look, especially if he has no art background. (which doesnt mean he wont be able to airbrush, just that the learning curve will be more challenging. )
Thanks for advices. I am gonna do that.
edit: done, he will get it in mail.
My Canadian friend ordered Iwata and sad:
thank all your friends over there for all their help,
probably saved me many headaches/frustrations down the line
make sure he joins up with the forum, We can probably help him avoid a few headaches.
I wrote him he is most welcomed to join here and that you are all very friendly. I was thinking about that.
as long as he understands that we arent always 100% serious and that sometimes the language barrier is a bit confusing. But we can normally work things out
thanks to all for your help, it is much appreciated
i ended up ordering the iwata neo trn-2
should be decent for t-shirts and signs
pistol grip because of tendonosis issues in my arm, i thought this might be a better setup
plus it has the preset function for times my wife may use it (stencil work)
huskystafford has been helping me months wrap my head around this new direction, very kind of him
Glad you got sorted,
if you head across to http://www.airbrushforum.org/introductions/ you can do a proper intro with all the normal details.
Where you call home,
What sort of paint you have / looking at getting
What got you started in airbrushing.
It all just helps to get to know you a little better.