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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).
Corrected my sizing mistake. I get them backwards sometimes.
So my painting area needed to migrate, as the room it was in will soon be converted to a Jacuzzi bath / Shower and Laundry room...
So I cleaned up a bunch of stuff in my bed room, and spent the day moving everything out, and then in...
Still need to do some tweaks, and need to find a way to make up for some of the cabinet / shelf space I am losing...
I thought that having the Air brush station ready to go, plus the painting space was more important than storage...
But it is almost 10pm, and I need to paint a bit!
eidted for spelling....
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 need to thin out the paint from the bottle to use it? If so, what sort of ratios?
And secondly, I've been able to find videos on "general" usage of the air brush and usage on non-fantasy minis (tanks, etc). Does anyone have any advice or pointers to anything that would show someone using a air brush on a large figure like a dragon? I'd like to use the air brush for more than just the base coating given the size of the figure (highlighting, etc). So any pointers on how to approach this would be great. And I do realize that brush work will still be needed.
Thanks in advance!