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Bob La Londe

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Air Brush Selection
« on: January 18, 2018, 08:44:56 AM »
This is one of the best and most detailed reads I have found on selecting an airbrush.  Spelling not withstanding.  LOL. 

The Compleat Cheapskate's Guide to Getting Started in Airbrushing , v. 1.0
WARNING: This post is going to be long, and will deal entirely with the subject of airbrushing - specifically, buying what you need to get started.  If you have no interest in such matters, go ahead and click the next item in your blogroll now - I won't be offended.

As I mentioned a little while ago, I've been making a concerted effort to make better use of my airbrushes.  At the same time, I've been giving several friends advice regarding airbrush purchases, and I realized that some type of FAQ was in order.  I've decided to put this up as one big post, so people can print it out/bookmark it/download it and go through it later, at their convenience.

To read the whole blog post on airbrushing please visit the author's (Paul Roethele) blog here: