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Beginners Airbrush… For Complete Beginners

“Which airbrush is inexpensive and good for beginners” is the eternal question every airbrush beginners ask. We hope to answer it here, unfortunately if you’re looking for a £20 beginners airbrush, we won’t be able to help. Not that they don’t exist. We just haven’t experienced them for us to express an opinion.
There are a lot of airbrushes in the market, with prices varying from very cheap (around £10) […]

Industrial Robotics

Four Most Popular Use of Airbrush and One You May Not Know

The word paint robotics usually conjures the image of massive paint factories and life-size robots. These robots are graceful perfectionist painters that apply paint at breakneck speed, flawless finish and superhuman consistency.
But not all paint robotics are as conspicuous. Actually, one of the most widely used paint robots is much smaller and works simpler: the air brush.
Iwata Eclipse Airbrush – an good all-rounder airbrush
Airbrushes work by connecting a […]

Etching Doctor Who Glasses Using The Paasche Air Eraser

This How-to Video features an example of how to use the Paasche air eraser to etch a pattern on a glass.
An air eraser is a versatile instrument that can be used to delicately erase colour errors or as an etching tool. It’s a generally used by hobbyists and manufacturers to clean fine parts or items like jewellery, remove rust, corrosion and discoloration, etch glass or cut monograms. It is great for […]

How to use the Iwata Power Jet Lite

The Iwata Power Jet Lite is a twin-pump compressor equipped with a pressure regulator which allows you to precisely adjust the airflow. It’s well priced considering its capabilities.
In this video, OrcPainterNerd shows you what’s included in a box when you buy your Iwata Power Jet Lite, as well as how to operate it. If you are a newbie in airbrushing and is still considering your equipment option, it is […]

BeamBox from The Big Orchard – an LED Lightbox for inspection, art and design

A lightbox is a perfect tool for any artist, professional or amateur. It’s especially useful when tracing preliminary illustration or design into paper as well as for inspecting or displaying detailed work. It’s also useful for embroidery or cross-stitch, photo slide viewing, X-RAY inspection and much more.
Watch this video to see how the Beam Box from The Big Orchard works.