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Green Stuff Dual-action GSW Airbrush 0.5 mm

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Original price $31.00 - Original price $31.00
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SKU 8436554369676ES
  • Description
  • Features
  • Usage
  • Description

    This airbrush is made from high-quality precision components that enable efficient work while offering exceptional exact spray control. It's very robust and comfortable to use.

    An airbrush is a small, portable tool that sprays a fine mist of paint or other liquid through a nozzle using compressed air. It's often used to create even, fine coverage on surfaces like miniatures, models, paper, canvas, or even skin, and can be used to apply a range of different materials, including acrylic paint, ink, and makeup. Airbrushes are frequently used by model builders, artists, makeup artists, and other creative professionals, as well as hobbyists and DIY enthusiasts.

    The tool consists of a cylinder or container to hold the liquid, a nozzle through which the liquid is sprayed, and a trigger or button that controls the flow of air and liquid. Some airbrushes also have adjustable settings to control the flow of liquid and spray pattern.

    The package includes:
    1 x Airbrush
    1 x Pipette
    1 x Nozzle wrench
    1 x Hose connector 1/8

  • Features

    • number one
    • Tapered gravity feed cup 0.5 mm needle/nozzle
    • Type: Double-action
    • Regulator valve for adjusting air pressure during spraying
    • Capacity: 7cc
    • Dimensions: 14.5cm*2.8cm
    • Color: Silver and Blue
    • Weight: 217g

  • Usage


    1. Prepare your airbrush - Ensure your airbrush is clean and ready for use. You may need to assemble some parts, depending on the model.
    2. Mix your paint - Mix the paint or liquid you'll be using with the correct amount of thinner, if necessary. The paint should have a milk-like consistency to prevent clogging the airbrush.
    3. Fill your airbrush with paint - Add paint to the paint cup of your airbrush. Make sure not to overfill, as this can lead to spills and mess.
    4. Connect to air source - Connect your airbrush to an air source, typically a compressor. Check the pressure and set it to an appropriate level (usually between 15-20 PSI for detailed work, and between 20-25 PSI for larger surfaces).
    5. Test your airbrush - Before starting on your real project, spray some paint on a piece of paper or another test surface to ensure the paint flows freely and evenly.
    6. Start painting - Once you feel comfortable, start painting on your real project. Hold the airbrush a few inches away from the surface and move it steadily. Press lightly on the trigger for a finer line, and press harder for a wider spread.
    7. Clean your airbrush - After you're finished, thoroughly clean your airbrush. This is an important step to extend the life of your airbrush and to ensure the paint flows freely the next time you use it.

      Remember that practice is key when it comes to airbrushing. The more you practice, the better you'll get!