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So I have a Vex on the way (yeah!!) I was curious since the fitting is larger then a normal Badger, this part: RPR-0029 AIRBRUSH QUICK DISCONNECT FITTING It'll fit into the female half of the Disconnect system correct? As I have that already & I've just been adding the male parts to it (I have 3 airbrushes already). thanks! Corrected my sizing mistake. I get them backwards sometimes.
There has been a bit of Interest recently in Air brushes, so I thought that I would start a thread on what they are about, what you need to get started, and some suggestions on what I consider a 'Good quality" airbrush. Disclaimer- I am NOT an expert airbrush painter, and I certainly don't know everything My posts will contain MY opinions. So what does one need to get started using an airbrush? There are 4 basic components: 1. The airbrush itself. 2. A source of air. 3. A Regulator, to adjust the air pressure. 4. Hoses to connect these things together. 1. The Airbrush.
Given that the Bones express will be reaching my door step on the sooner side now, I've been thinking about the many LARGE models that I will be getting and how to handle them. And it seems like perhaps stepping into using an air brush for them could make good sense. But this leads me to a few questions for people who are doing this before I would invest in something like this. I'm not looking for any recommendations on equipment, there are MANY good videos and posts out there about that. First off is simply, how well does the reaper paint (MSP and MSP HD) work in a air brush? Do you n