So, a friend gave me her old airbrush since she replaced it with a new one. It is one that works on a siphon system. So, there is a bunch of waste with it, but hey, free. Can't beat that price.
Now for the most part I plan on using it to prime and base things, until I can get somewhere near
I've mostly been just playing around with it. Since, it's been since high school when I last used one and that was 18, *cough* years ago. Dear Gods of the Warp, how did I get so old? Anyways.
I was thinking maybe I could do something to speed up the shade process. That thought being, prime black, drybrush with white, then spray color. The test model went thus...
After airbrushing Model Air Dark Green...
Picture isn't great on the end result, but it does have noticeable hightlighting in hand. I also think I may have done one coat to many with the green.
Other than that, any recommendations on airbrushing tips, (experiences, sites, videos) you guys can recommend. I have the new Knight and want to do those large panels with the airbrush so I don't get those brush streaks on it. More importantly I don't want to screw it up.