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A series of excellent airbrushing and painting video's by Awaken Realms




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very interesting video..thanks..
i have some questions..
1: what air brush are you using? im currently using the iwata neo and love it..but i find i cant quite get it to do what i want(maybe its just me) but im looking to upgrade..but struggling to know what to get

2: when you did the shadows with the black..what kind of thinner was it..and why didnt you use a argax earthsade or burnt umber for the shadows..wouldnt it have fit the theme?
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I can say for a fact that he uses the cheapest most simple Chinese knockoff possoble. He also runs it at around 55 psi. He has a video on thier YouTube channel that goes over it.

http://i.imgur.com/aPfHUHy.gif?1




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I can say for a fact that he uses the cheapest most simple Chinese knockoff possoble. He also runs it at around 55 psi. He has a video on thier YouTube channel that goes over it.
haha..ok..well living in china ive brought and used some of the cheapest crappiest knockoff brushes. and let me tell you...they are the cheapest and crappiest LOL
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Thing is, all of that stuff he has done is with those.

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