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Subject:
Re: Air brush
Response To:
Re: Air brush ()

Joe Fleming
Dyes and paints behave differently from an airbrush. For practicing your airbrush skills, use paint, not dye or ink. You want a material that will lay down on the surface, not soak in and follow the grain.

I also recommend that you buy a good quality paint. The pigments in cheap paint are often not ground as uniformly as a quality paint. This can lead to poor performance, frustration, and excessive cleaning. Golden Hi Flow paints and Grex Private Stock paints are two brands that have consistent quality. I've used Createx paints too.

Joe

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