Air brush help! What do I do!?
Ok, so I want to buy a cheap “beginner airbrush kit”. I want to airbrush my face and arms green. I found several kits that include a canned air source for about $25. I am just wondering how the canned air works, and if it would work long enough to get a smooth look on my face and arms. I only want to do this a few times, so I dont want to have to spend the money on an air brush compressor if I dont have to. Anyone who knows about airbrush painting on skin and has any tips would be appreciated. And please do not tell me its a waste to get an airbrush for only a few times, I know what I want and I am going to use an airbrush.
canned air versus compressor..well of course the canned air would be cheaper and testers makes a good compressed can of air and it can be found relatively cheap at Wal Mart..air compressor 1 would need a water filter there’s a separate expense plus the cost of the small compressor and step down hardware for the gun..ur air brush u buy should already come with a canned air attachment and if im right in my thinking any hobby shop would have what your looking for too..now keep in mind compressed air is really really cold and the longer u run the sprayer the colder the air gets from being released so quickly so u can freeze up your gun so take your time in doing the painting don’t rush it if u need a list of contacts for the air gun or air contact me and ill see what i can drum up for u…> email@example.com
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