Airbrushing Part 3 - Under Pressure

Airbrushing Part 3
Under Pressure

By far the most important and costly piece of equipment a budding airbrush artist will buy is a compressor. Here, Jay Blakemore explains why, even armed with the very best of airbrushes, good results will be difficult to obtain without an appropriate source of propellant.

Airbrushing Pt 3

Above: Starter sets are available containing everything you might need to try your hand at airbrushing, and can serve as the ideal introduction to this aspect of the hobby. However, results obtained with aerosol propellant cans can be disappointing and don’t compare to using a compressor

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