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  1. Default Airbrush Gun 
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    I am looking at buying an airbrush gun for make-up and prosthetic painting, been looking at the Iwata High Performance HP-C Plus Airbrush. Is it worth the money to go ahead and get a top of the line Airbrush or is there a less expensive alternative? Any help would be much appreciated.
     

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    I have several different airbrushes and the never break down work horse is my Pashe vj-5. with a Grex compressor. Iawatta has nice airbrushes and are easy to use and nice guns.
    Stay away from badger and you should be OK.
    Allen H
     

  3. Default Paasche H is the ticket 
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    Paasche H is just the ticket for a entry level artist. Its dependable and a practical Solution to your quest. It is single action ( External mix ) <--- which is nice when you think of using it for latex = less to clean up internally ~

    It is ideal for a wide range of projects, its easy to master, simple to operate, and requires the least maitenance. It comes with 3 tips and 3 needles for different textures and detailing.

    I know allot of people talk highly about Iawata but if you talk to artists that use airbrushes to paint masks, they will say that most of them use Paasche H

    ( I hope this gives you some insight and aids you in finding the airbrush you are searching for )

    ~ GOOD LUCK ~
    "I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but Iím not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant."

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    I second,
    The H is a good brush, Im used to my VJ-5 as it was one of my first ones.......that was 14 years ago and Im hard on stuff.
    Allen H
     

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    Exactly the kind of information I was looking for I am going to get the Paasche H for sure. I am also looking at getting a double action airbrush as well did you mean the VL-5 I can not find a VJ-5 but it may be discontinued.

    Thanks again for all the help I am just getting into air brushing having done all my other make up with brushes, sponges, q-tips, fingers and what ever else I thought would do the trick but have wanted to add an airbrush to the mix. Will the H do a good job on makeup for the face of an actor? Is is recommended to get a double action as well and what are the pro's and con's of double vs single I know the technical difference but wonder what you guys think?

    Thanks

    ~Jeff
     

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    Dual action gives you more controll

    If you are just blasting things the on - off action of the single action H is fine but if you want to do detail work (even if not now but eventually) then the VL would suit you.

    look at harbor freight
    You will be using this once a year in your haunt right? then you might be just as well off getting the generic at Harbor Freight

    If you thik you might get into Airbrus Tats or something throughout the year then a better quality gun may be necessary.

    And Use AGPC through your gun
    sweatproof but washes off with soap.
    50 colors. good stuff ask anybody. Cheap too.
    Hell, if Universal buys it it MUST be cheap!
    (ok there's my shameless plug)
     

  7. Default Double VS. Single ( Just My Opinion ) 
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    Opinions are like axxholes ( Everyone Has one ) with this said here's mine.... ( opinion that is )


    Obviously Single action is easier to master for a beginner than the double action. A single action has a whel at the top to adjust the air pressure and needle tips to change the paint. Les air - less paint. The single action is easy to master and is used by allot of artists for latex paints. due to the external mix. The dual action requires more control since the trigger is adjusted 4 ways.

    I myself own 4 Paasche brushes and one Badger 3 siingle action and 2 double action brushes. I am partial to the H single actions for simplicity. I use these for the average job. I use the dual action for more detail less grainy jobs.

    I also have Carpal Tunnel and Athoritis so my airbrushing days are coming to a close so the H single action allows me to airbrush more comfortably. What's hard about the double action is that you have to push down and then pull back. ( take yer pointer finger of yer dominate hand and act as if you are holding a pencil pushind down on a button with yer pointer.... now pull back with yer finger. Now remember if you move a little you just made a mess of your work ....LMFAO.... its a pain in the ass. BUT MASTER THIS AND YOU'LL HAVE BEAUTIFUL WORK!

    Its just my opinion ( get both ) try them out they both have different uses... But I think you will be very happy with a Paasche H

    ( Good Luck )
    Last edited by maliciousstudios; 07-29-2009 at 04:36 PM.
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