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Airbrush and oils

Discussion in 'Oils' started by Jimbow, Nov 19, 2020.

  1. Jimbow New Member

    Hello,

    Can we use an airbrush with oils for our fig.?
    What about the result ? Not too much glossy ? If yes, how to avoid it ?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Best regards
    Jim
  2. Nap A Fixture

    Country:
    England
    Hi Jim

    BIG WELCOME to PF

    Do introduce yourself in the " Welcome Aboard " part

    I only use acrylics but after a Google I have read it's possible to airbrush oils , apparently depending on pigment quality , nozzle size about 0.2mm ....drying time won't be reduced , as for finish Inthink you coukd Matt the model down

    Not sure if it helps but .....others test use oils will I am sure post

    You have found the sub forum for both Oils and acrylics which might be of interest

    Nap ( Moderator )



    https://tangibleday.com/painting-miniatures-with-oil-paints-guide-and-tips/
  3. Jimbow New Member

    I introduce myself as requested, thank you
    Nap likes this.

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