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Re: Air brush
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Air brush ()

Donna Banfield
Gary, the air brush you buy will depend on your intended purpose. If you are simply going to lay down color in large swaths, then any airbrush will do that.

If, however, you are looking to lay down colors in small areas, or paint fine details, then you should be looking at name brand brushes - Iwata and Grex are two that a very reliable. They are not cheap, and the entry level brush will set you back close to $100. Then you need the compressor, regulator, paints, cleaning fluid, frisket and a few other accessories that after a brief period, you will come to find as essential.

Below are several links that will give you some helpful information.

www.GrexUSA.com
www.Coastairbrush.com
www.Airbrushingwood.com (Joe Fleming's site)
www.Chicagoairbrush.com
www.airbrushtutor.com

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