All you need to know about airbrushes!

So with many followers on twitter and people asking me questions on airbrushes I decided to do a little video series covering all you should know about airbrushes



Here in pt1 ill be talking a bit about why you should get an airbrush and the things you should consider before investing for one.



In this video ill explain how an airbrush works and also do a break down of an entry lvl airbrush and how to clean it.



Now I’m talking about the big boys the high-end airbrushes and also comparing them with entry lvl ones



In this last video I’m covering the must have airbrush accessories and also compressors


I really hope that with this little series i did cover everything you wanted to know about airbrushing for minis. If you do have questions you can leave comments on the YouTube video itself or here or on twitter it will be my pleasure to answer your questions to the best of my knowledge.



3 responses

  1. Hey Yugo, great videos, many thanks for sharing your knowledge. You may have convinced me to buy an H&S airbrush!

    Just wanted to ask what respirator you use?

    April 29, 2012 at 12:44 am

    • Yeah H&S are really nice airbrushes you wont regret it at all. As for the respirator i have i had one of my first youtube videos about that but it was a crappy video so ive just made a new one now.
      But in short i use a 3M series 6000 respirator with series 6001 filters.

      You really need a good respirator that is rated to filter paint particuls

      thanks for your comment

      April 29, 2012 at 10:46 am

  2. Reblogged this on Miniature Musings of a Bear and commented:
    He is at it again this time airbrushes

    April 30, 2012 at 4:57 pm

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