I agree with Elkman's response ^ I bought a Paasche H model, which is similar in ranking to the Badger 350, and it is working great. Monster Makers recommended the B350 or P-H to work with their latex paints, I got the complete P-H kit because that is what was available at Hobby Lobby. Sign up for Hobby Lobby and Michael's e-mail alerts and you receive 40% and 50% off coupons. My P-H kit was only $57 with the couponI have a Badger 350 airbrush, which isn't really high-end, but it's been doing the job faithfully for me for several years now. I bought it because it was recommended for latex mask paint, which is thicker than your regular airbrush paint. Being a single-action, external-mix brush, it's less likely to clog, though I still have to clean it every so often. You can also get fine, medium, and heavy spray needles, so you can work to the level of detail you need.
Check the link in my previous post; hopefully, even with shipping, it will save you some cash ($75 and 10% off with coupon code)...You can get a brand new, out of the factory sealed box Badger Velocity Airbrush off of eBay, for around $120. I'm planning on sinvesting in one relatively shortly.
hey jax are you talking about the brushes? the air compressor is what is used to supply the air to make the airbrush work. gravity is a type of airbrush. can you give us a lil more to work with your question im a little confused?I wanted to ask, what's the difference in gravity versus ... i guess air compressor?
hey jax are you talking about the brushes? the air compressor is what is used to supply the air to make the airbrush work. gravity is a type of airbrush. can you give us a lil more to work with your question im a little confused?
Well, being a total NOOB... I guess I though that 'gravity' was a type/version of an airbrush.
I wasn't sure what the difference was considering that's the first time I heard the term 'gravity' on an Airbrush thread..