If you do not own yet an airbrush and are planning to buy one, this video can be very useful.
The most basic effect with the airbrush, but the most used one!
Thanks to Models Workshop for this video.
For the beginners, the first time a multi-color camo can be intimidating. No reason for that, just follow some simple rules.
An interesting effect great to apply on your science fiction models...
A dedicated products for the maintenance of our airbrushes reviewed by P. Flory
SharpenAir is a new tool intended to help you in fixing the needle of the airbrush... How does it work?
Aztek is a popular but totally different concept of airbrush, and so also its maintenance is a little different... Here how to do it.
Everything airbrush related is always expensive... but sometime it is enough a walk at a Dollar store to find great alternatives !
Don't expect miracles, but some tricks can improve the performances of the many cheap Chinese airbrushed around on Ebay
This is a subject very often debated, and this video very well recorded will answer to all your questions about "what air compressor should i buy?"
Wanna understand once and forever how a double action airbrush works? Follow this guy...
Here some useful tips for fine tuning the airbrush, improving its performances for detail works.
Looking this video you wil discover that this airbrush has some very close resemblances with a much more expensive Iwata model... discover more.
Review by the guys of Scale War Machines of one of the most popular airbrushed in the market.
In this video is shown how you can airbrush in the smallest possible scale, including the painting of 23 skulls in the diameter of a dime!
This is something that can be seriously useful, though i am scared a little by the price
Aztek is a kind of airbrush based on a totally different concept: use of plastic, different grip, and so on. Here a full review.
Not a scalemodel, but with many of you using the airbrush, i thought that this videotutorial about painting waterdrops and bubbles can be useful
The Eclipse is the workhorse of the Iwata range... in my opinion the best price-quality offer around in the top range airbrushes
Bob from Genessis Model reviews the -probably- most popular airbrush around.
Some useful tips about how to improve the airbrush performance and reliability.
Burnt Iron isn't just silver or gun color... here an interesting tutorial showing how to reproduce it with the airbrush.
Safety shoul be a primary concern, when using the airbrush, over all if using enamels or laquers. Here some tips about face mask and extractor.
Sparmax is a brand of airbrushes that is getting more and more popular. The guys at ScaleModelAircraft did a review of it, showing how to disassemble and reassemble it.
P. Flory reviews the Harder and Steenbeck Ultra Airbrush, a good choice to enter in the hobby.
A tool that you can use to clean your airbrush. I had one and i wasn't so happy with it: let's see the opinion of the guys at the SMConsortium.
A great video tutorial, summarizing all the most useful tips to smoothly paint with your airbrush.
Paul Budzik, one of the best modelers and video-tutorial creators around, is back, with his clear and useful tricks to clean our airbrush.
Pre-shading is the way to highlight the panel lines and have a realistic model, so can be useful to summarize this method with an experienced modeller.
Do you have troubles with the needle of your airbrush? Before to buy a new one, you can try to fix it, how this VIDEO shows.