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I'm looking in to air brushes can anyone recommend one?

Also has games workshop stopped producing their own air brush?

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I'm looking in to air brushes can anyone recommend one?
It depends on what you want to use it for, and how experienced you are with them already.

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Also has games workshop stopped producing their own air brush?
Yes, and this is a good thing. What they used to produce was not an airbrush, it was basically an extension lead for an aerosol can.
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It depends on what you want to use it for, and how experienced you are with them already.


Yes, and this is a good thing. What they used to produce was not an airbrush, it was basically an extension lead for an aerosol can.
Beginner with air brush

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@Gothic , airbrushes can be cheap as chips or very pricey, plus you will need an air compressor. I would recommend getting a cheap one to start, greenstuffworld are selling arbrushes for 30. Also check out the tutorials section, scroll down to a thread by Djinn about getting your first airbrush it is very good

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