what are you needing out of it? You want to do fine lines and detail artwork? or just paint larger stuff ?
well if you find one that does fine line's and wide spray let me know i wan't one.Originally posted by six3belair@Sep 13 2006, 06:45 PM~6167337
lookin for one that can do somewhat fine lines and also have a good wide spray. nething like that?
i use a paasche VL for spraying. I also got a tamiya like the one biggs posted that i use sometimes too. And i use a 4oz detail gun for spraying clearOriginally posted by chato83@Sep 13 2006, 10:38 PM~6168206
is that what you use to spray candies and flakes on your models ryan
gravity feed airbrushes do just that feed the airbrush from the top using the force well all know and love, gravity, siphon feeds use the air going over the tube for the paint to create a negative pressure area right over the tube. this negative pressure then sucks paint up and onto the needle and is then carried with the air and onto your working surface. as far as which is better i personaly believe the syphon feeds are better since you don't have to buy a bigger gun to have more capacity, usually the grav. feeds have a little cup on a little gun and a gigger cup on a bigger gun. the syphon feeds usually have a 2-4 oz bottle that hangs off the bottom and that is used as a place to hold on at. i've had a pasche vl for years and have had no problem spraying broad nor fine, it's all in how thin or thick the paint is and your skills lever. i got into the airbrush thing before i got into models but, i tried to do t-shirst and discovered that thinner paint was better for fine work sine you could use less air pressure and get closer to the work, and by closer i mean 5-8 mm away from it. hope this helps you out man.Originally posted by six3belair@Sep 14 2006, 06:51 AM~6170021
whats the difference in the gravity feed styles compared to the siphon feed or to the ones with both?