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Re: Saipan M2A1 105mm howitzer in progress

October 8 2016 at 6:22 PM
Mike Dougherty  (Login Gluehuffer)
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Response to Saipan M2A1 105mm howitzer in progress

For 1/72 armour or anything small I just paint it at my desk, no special ventilation, no big paint booths, I just wear a respirator. All I do is put the the box lid on the top of the table(I keep one ready in case it's a side opening box) to catch any of the minimal overspray you're going to have if you're airbrushing properly. I'm single so I don't have to worry about any smells bothering anyone, that's the only reason I'd bother with worrying too much about ventilation. I do have a large box that I modified to open up into a spray booth which I'll set up in the bathroom that has outside ventilation but I only use that for painting large subjects, usually 1/48 aircraft. Spray bombs I either decant and use indoors on take them outside since no matter what you do you're going to get paint everywhere with them.

 
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  1. Thanks Mike - Piotr Pyrczak on Oct 9, 2016, 9:04 AM
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