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Thin your paint more, and turn the PSI down...

June 18 2012 at 10:07 PM
Scott Gentry  (Login didiumus)
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Response to I have a question about airbrushing............

You should be able to shoot properly thinned paint down to 5 psi if needed in that brush. I would probably suggest 10 - 12 psi max.

Also check you shooting angles, and the amount of paint you are applying. (How far back the trigger is) It definitely takes practice...

I would suggest getting some 3 X 5 index cards, and practicing on them over and over until you get the mix/psi/amount the way you want it...

HTH,

Scott Gentry

 
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