My wife and I spent most of the day Saturday cleaning out the basement. Why? Well, part of the reason was to clear an area for my new airbrush station. I decided to take the plunge this week and get into the world of airbrushing. I've been brush painting for over 30 years and always looked enviously at other modelers who had been able to master the dark arts of airbrushing.
The technology has improved significantly over the past 10 years, and more and more hobbyists are doing great things with airbrushes...so time to give it a go!
OK, so here is the new station...spray booth by Paasche, everything else from Iwata.
Iwata Eclipse dual action gravity feed airbrush. I'm going to ask the boss for a siphon-feed version for my birthday this summer.
Compressor by Iwata as well. It's fairly quiet and only runs when the airflow is activated through the airbrush.
I have a number of projects I'd like to get underway with this new tech...but I really should be finishing my current brush projects first (or at least...at the same time).
'Til next time.