Airbrush

How to Paint a Blood Angel to a High Standard

Check out this tutorial on 'How to Paint a Blood Angel to a High Standard' using an airbrush. OrcPainterNerd takes you through all the necessary paint, equipment and techniques you need to achieve a high standard paint finish for your miniature models. If you want to see tutorials that hasn't been covered yet, please drop us a line, comment below or comment on the video.
Spooky Competition Result

Spooky Competition Result

Congratulations to Dana Atkins for winning our October Spooky Competition! Between Monday and Thursday this week, 483 people voted for their favourite work and Dana's entry got a massive 75.16% of the vote. A big thanks to everyone who sent in their entry and to everyone who took time to vote. Your help is very much appreciated. Below is Dana's winning work. As the winner, Dana will receive an Iwata Revolution...
Artist: Dana Atkins

7 Best Airbrush Works from Our Spooky Competition

Early this month, we asked people to send in their scariest Halloween themed work. And we're amazed with the quality of work we received. Below are 7 of the best entries that gave us the creeps. We found it very difficult to choose the winner, so we have asked our customers to help us choose. We will announce the winner this Friday. Artist: Lee Jordan Artist: Peter Connor Artist: Chris James Esling...
Airbrush in hand of make-up artist

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...

Review of the the Iwata Eclipse

If you're an airbrush beginner and looking for a great all rounder airbrush that will serve as your workhorse, we highly recommend the Iwata Eclipse CS. It is easier to handle, much forgiving with paint, and more value for money than cheaper alternatives. If you want to see how it works and if it's the right airbrush for you, check out this review by OrcPainterNerd on Youtube.