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Well smellybug is hard to contact, and I'm not sure the sculpting section in artwork is where to ask.. Wanted to see what some sculpting pros are using for airbrushes. My old one has finally given up the ghost.
Must Haves: Dual Action, top fed with a large cup/indent, "modern design" (I.E. Not something thats near the end of its shelf life), less cogging. Love to see one that could produce a very fine line (like 2mm) for the fine end, and up to 15mm for the upper).
Oh, and a suggestion of a good place online to order from.
I was looking at a Iwata as per some of their upper lines have adjustable screwing nozzle tips, so I wont have to replace the tip if I need a larger/smaller spray. After seeing a Paasche explode one time, no interest.
Again, this is for small 3D work/detailing; not flat surfaces. Will be using acrylics and laquers.
There has to be a few people out there?
What about this one?
Last edited by oXYnary; November 14th, 2006 at 09:01 AM.
^^most people i know who are into airbrushing use that one.