Airbrush paints with regular brush
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    Question Airbrush paints with regular brush

    Hello!

    Have any of you had any experience with glazing with airbrush paints using a regular brush?

    The reason I'm asking is that I have tons of airbrush paints and sometimes I am missing the "regular brush equivalent". Since I'm a newbie when it comes to glazing I am not skilled enough to figure out if it's my technique or the fact that I'm using airbrush paints when something goes wrong.

    Hope you guys can provide me with some insight!

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    I use them regularly that way. They are great.
    Technique used is the same as for any other paints.
    Forgot, that it works again.

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    Thank you! That information will save me a lot of money and anxiety!
    (Fantastic paintjobs in your gallery btw!)

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    I routinely brush on airbrush-specific Createx paints. Remember they are thinner than regular hobby paints, and expect 3-4 layers for a good coverage.

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    In most cases for display quality painting, airbrush versions are superior.
    ​You are ranked 1 out of 9149 artists.
    BloodFather's Axis of Chaos http://www.coolminiornot.com/forums/...f-Chaos/page17

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