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Airbrush ...0,15 or 0,20mm buse ?

Discussion in 'General Figure Talk' started by ldom77, Jan 5, 2009.

  1. ldom77 Member


    i plan to buy in the next day a new Evolution Airbrush

    i think to use it for making 54mm figure and 75 mm for making clean base, first shadows and highlight

    is a 0,20 mm buse enought for that or i must buy directly a 0,15mm ?

    thanks to help me

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  2. ubbi Active Member

    Hi Dominique,
    I don ' t know if I can help you because i use the airbrush only for military modelling on airplanes, I often think about use it also on figure and probably I would try , if you want to use it only for figures i think better for you buy directly a 1.5 mm , I don't know if you have experience with it , you have to pay attention on the pressure and use the colour very thinned , i suggest you acrilic , for me Gunze Sangyo are the best for airbrush and you can thin them well with alcohol . I hope this can help you ...

  3. Pat_Camp New Member

    I use an Iwata HP-BH........

    ...... for the same purpose that you have in mind. From memory, I think it is 0.15mm but may be mistaken.
    I have used it with Alclad primer; Humbrol & WEM enamels; Tamiya, Lifecolor, Xtracrylics and Polyscale acrylics; artist oil paints.
    The paint needs to be well thinned and in good condition otherwise you will get problems with blockages.
    I also have a Badger 250 which has a bigger nozzle which is also handy for primer/undercoating, especially if you want to cover larger surfaces such as for the occasional tank or aircraft.
    If you are new to airbrushing, prepare yourself for some "fun & games" until you get the knack of it!



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