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How to Airbrush : Airbrush Types

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There are many types of airbrushes that are used for different purposes. Learn about the various kinds of airbrushes in this free airbrushing video clip about beginning to airbrush. Expert: Mike...

@sk8r1231 You only need to buy a new needle and a matching spray tip / nozzle (needle and tips should ALWAYS match in sizes). Just remove the original fitted parts and replace with your new ones (BE CAREFUL).
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i was about to comment on his nails when i saw all these other people did already hahahaa
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I'm selling my Master Airbrush G44 - Dual-Action Gravity Feed Airbrush for $35 ( it usually retails for $60) On Ebay Type - MASTER AIRBRUSH - MODEL G44 NO SPAM - Just trying to provide a good deal - Check it out on ebay After a couple of tries I figure it out that I don't have ANY talent for this thing & that's why I'm selling it.
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@rtm416 Wicked Colors from coastairbrush(dot)com if you nin United States or find from art places iv been spraying controllers n xbox for couple of weeks so use that paint Good luck : D
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what size of airbrush gun do u recomend for nail art. i have .3mm and it seems it sprays to wide.
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hey i hae a question!!!!!!! can i use any kind of air compresor? or does it have to be a special airbrish one?
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Hey Mike, if I want to use my awata for automotive paint. Do I have get a different needle and head or can I use the same one I use when I airbrush acrylic paints.
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real painters wear more paint then they put down on canvas. thus why his hands look dirty
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"This is for people who are right handed or left handed." Shit, now I cant use that one because im niether.
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wich would be best for skateboards and guitars
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what kind (brand) of airbrush do you prefer for fine detail work?
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can you tell me about Veda airbrushes? What is a good all around brand for the money?
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that second airbrush, can you use any type of acrylic paint or an airbrush type
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Superb video regarding the technicalities and also the subtitles, I think keeping the deaf with us is something too many ignore. It should be a standard. Well done and credit to you. Neil.
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HP-C I lost mine dang it. I may even throw it away. I was soo happy when I found my CM-C+.
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how much the red air comperssor cost
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what would you recomend for t-shirts?
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Can you have the air pressure below 2 bar? (I want to do my fake nails with an Airbrush ^_^) do you know a model that can?
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haha. that was funny. and dude you can use it, he's just saying that if your right handed or lefthanded, its easier as you can set it up so it wont get in the way.
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1:10 dosnt his left-hand look like from the movie series SAW ? lol
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anybody know the name of the 3 airbrushes?
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what would be best for xbox controllers or airsoft guns
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Buy one with a collection tank (cheap or expensive don´t matter), be sure it has a pressure regulator and for a bonus add a moisture trap.....Find all your needed fittings before you buy the compressor, it could save you money and frustrations.
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the one you like the most what make is that ?
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i'm kinda lost at what i said was funny and I never said anything about left or right handed? i wonder how i got a thumbs down VVV I was saying if you wear the paint your a real artist!!! and some newb thumbs me down....sigh
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I love the fact that you're sharing your expertise. Great vid
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check out paasche airbrushes..be sure to get a dual action model..this gives you control over the paint and airflow.They run about 75-85 bucks.Keep them clean and you'll be good to go for a long time.
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Thanks Mike I really enjoy your videos and especially the explaintions because Im very blonde. :) Thanks again Cat B
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I am thinking of gettinng the iwata highperformance side feed airbrush. I want to be able to do fine art and paint tshirts. Is it possible to change out the .2 mm needle to a .5 for airbrushing t-shirts?
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hi i have a vega-2000 airbrush will this work for automotive paint ?? thanks and as a compressor i have a 30 gal 150 psi can this compressor work for it???? thanks for the info
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@MasterTenku is it really that hard to google; paasche, badger, iwata, etc. on your own?
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what was the second and third airbrush you showed
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would you recommend the "work-horse" to a beginner
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@BigAndTall666 I assumed those where the brand names, there isn't a single brand out there that I know of which only has one product to sell - so for someone who doesn't have a clue what he is looking at, yes it would be quite helpful if someone did it for me. :)
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The main feature you want is a consistent air pressure.That way it won't pulse on you .Keeps you in control of the action.
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what can i use for model cars and automotive use? and could you give me a price range?
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i need one thats good for painting custom art on drums and skimboards and guitars. any suggestions?
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i do have an pen airbrush a little smaller than you use but i dont know how to use it tnx for the video i think it will help me alot couse i want to aribrush my shirt and motorcycle on my own art tnx
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If I want to get into painting helmets, guitars and some sportbike body work what would you recommend that is god awful expensive but still is good quality
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it is good of him to share his expert knowege, I think his great
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Thanks Mike. Great videos. I am just getting started and I find these videos very valuable.
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@HI5627 a dual action siphon or gravity feed airbrushes.
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link to websites which sell all of the airbrushes in this video?
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check out ed hubbs he is really good and has a lot of good info.
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thank you Mike for sharing your knowledge
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haha it does lol its so dirty looks like 2 diff peoples hands
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i love gravity freed but i have a sifin feed just like the one on your video and it gets the jrob done
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where can i buy one in phoenix az??
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Thanks Mike I really enjoy your videos and especially the explaining in detail because Im very blonde. :) Thanks again Cat B
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@adanarredondo13 Read how much PSI your airbrush can handle. Mine says 30 PSI maximum. I bought an air compressor for $80 and it can reach up to 100 PSI. It was the smallest one there, and that's all I needed. You can dial the air compressor down for less PSI, or higher. I talked to the people selling me the air compressor, but there isn't really any compressor that is just made specifically for airbrushes. Find one that can be dialed to your PSI for your airbrush. =) Hope that helped.
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Should i get a gravity feed or a siphon feed airbrush. I want to do stuff mostly on paper but can you use a gravity feed on tshirts. Does it take a lot longer to change colors on a gravity feed?
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Airbrushes with siphon tubes (bottom feed / side feed) takes a little more air pressure to push the paint out of the airbrush. With a top mounted (gravity feed) airbrush you can work with a lower air pressure because the weight of the actual paint itself also "squeezes" on the nozzle.....Basically it is a matter of your personality and if you work with your hand resting on a table a bottom feed having a color cup can limit your hand movement...Overall a top feed dual action airbrush is best.
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i recieved a eclipse bcs airbrush as a gift im just starting im a super art freak is this a good path to start or would grav feed be better? id be working on shirts and on pape maybe automotive for fun.
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yes i am left handed or right handed
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Can you give links to get those airbrushes? Specifically i wanted to know about the first one you showed [the siphon(sorry if i spelled it wrong)]
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nice video, but what I can't understand is how to find this series on your channel, it's either hidden or just lost somewhere inside the huge playlists?
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