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  1. OrcPainterNerd
    October 26, 2013
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    When ever I am painting super fine details ( in my case 28mm miniatures ) it saves allot of time from going over to my compressor and dial the psi up or down. I can change it on the fly which is a great feature to have 🙂 PS awesome avatar picture of zippy lol

  2. OrcPainterNerd
    October 26, 2013
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    comments like this is why i upload videos! Thanks for the kind words 🙂

  3. OrcPainterNerd
    October 26, 2013
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    It really dose depend on what you want to airbrush really. I do think a single action airbrush is very limiting in most cases though, but even a single action airbrush can have its uses.

  4. OrcPainterNerd
    October 26, 2013
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    I have put a link in the description box for the cleaner I use 🙂

  5. OrcPainterNerd
    October 26, 2013
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    incompetech website and glad your getting into the hobby

  6. OrcPainterNerd
    October 26, 2013
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    A lacquer thinner will work superb for enamel based paints like humbrol enamels for example, but for acrylic they will not work at all. Use regular water if you must but would advise buying the correct thinner for your chosen brand of paint for best results.

  7. OrcPainterNerd
    October 26, 2013
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    With a duel action airbrush like the one i use in the video ( Iwata custom micron cm-c plus ) I can change the line weight thick or thin on the fly. However for more viscous paints like varnish and primers I use a airbrush with a bigger needle nozzle set up.

  8. OrcPainterNerd
    October 26, 2013
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    No they do not, there is many type of airbrush. For example duel action, ( like the one i use in the video ) single action and many more sub category's besides. There is some fantastic airbrush videos out there that will help you decide what airbrush is best for your chosen type of application. That can be anything from nail art, body tanning, cake decorating, scale model painting and all the many other cool hobby's out there 🙂

  9. OrcPainterNerd
    October 26, 2013
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    Cool stuff 🙂

  10. OrcPainterNerd
    October 26, 2013
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    I want to thank you all for your awesome support and kind words. I have had about 20 comments about me sounding like Bear Grylls lol. I had to remove most of them so people can see some of there questions answered but you guys all rock and made me laugh 🙂

  11. Video Workbench Productions
    February 26, 2015
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    Keep up the GREAT work! 🙂

  12. ThePyrogenica
    March 28, 2015
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    Answered a lot of my questions. Many thanks for a great vid

  13. Khadoran Wolf
    April 21, 2015
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    Thanks, that was really helpful 🙂 i have recently come into possession of an airbrush and until now been a bit afraid to use it, your vid was informative and very helpful, once i have my hands on some more essential items i will be going for gold with my new airbrush 🙂

  14. malcolm underwood
    May 21, 2015
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    very helpful for a beginner like.
    Thank you.
    Malcolm
    S Wales

  15. thingsiblend
    May 25, 2015
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    I'm Buying an airbrush now haha

  16. Han Lockhart
    June 27, 2015
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    As a paint/ink artist, I find this airbrushing stuff interesting. I can certainly see the benefits.

  17. Nekoenjeru
    July 15, 2015
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    Thanks so much OrcPainterNerd.

    I'm actually considering on investing in an airbrush for my fine art pieces and for my hobby, which is making anime costumes for anime conventions (in other words, I'm a cosplayer). Your videos make it much easier to understnad and also see the different results of different techniques.

    There's 1 quick question. If I accidently spray the airbrush paint on a table, can it be wiped off or is the table forever stained with the airbrush paint? Thanks so much for your time and airbrush tutorials^_^

  18. James Mclachlan
    August 16, 2015
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    Thanx…!! Very informative.

  19. Boathousedave
    August 16, 2015
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    What model airbrush would you recommend for painting 28mm miniatures?

  20. paul Collett
    August 16, 2015
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    Cheer for the basic intro, very helpful.

  21. Lady Ogo
    August 25, 2015
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    Thank you so much for this lovely tutorial…you have helped someone indeed. I intend to apply the skill to cake decorating.

  22. Sue Verdino
    August 29, 2015
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    Thanks…I found this very helpful!

  23. Ben eels
    September 3, 2015
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    Good video. It's made me go and buy a cleaner. Thanks mate.

  24. CARS LOVER
    September 5, 2015
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    great job

  25. Brandon Tackett
    September 8, 2015
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    best beginner video i have seen yet

  26. Ada L
    September 9, 2015
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    Great video. Thanks for making it available. Haven't heard the term Nought since my dad passed.

  27. Dominic House
    September 19, 2015
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    this really helped me with airbrushing, thank you 😀

  28. Ant Mills
    December 3, 2015
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    Nice job buddy…great video… I am just starting and excellent advice!

  29. Alan Jewell
    December 7, 2015
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    This convinced me to try an airbrush! Worked really good and video was a big help. Many thanks!

  30. Itskcbaby
    December 12, 2015
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    this is very helpful

  31. il Solano
    December 21, 2015
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    Good video! I'm so close to getting an airbrush – I've got loads of cool SF and Cold War jet kits that deserve to be painted properly. Have another subscriber, Sir!

  32. Michael Blatherwick
    December 22, 2015
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    You are the Bob Ross of airbrushing, and I mean that as a 100% complement. Thank you for all your videos as I am new to the world of airbrushing and finding a mentor/role model is a challenge.

  33. Tim Eutsler
    December 29, 2015
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    Very informative and well done for a beginner such as me.

  34. Drew B
    December 31, 2015
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    Thank you for posting this video. I have recently just purchased my first airbrush, for painting Warmachine minis, and thought I'd turn to YouTube for some pointers before I began painting. It is a good thing I tuned in to your channel; I was preparing to use what would be an excessive amount of paint. Thanks again.

  35. Buw aya
    January 5, 2016
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    informative

  36. Altan Gunec
    January 9, 2016
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    thanks i like it alot!

  37. david latimer
    January 14, 2016
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    always wanted to airbrush this was a great help . Will give it a go thanks

  38. OrcPainterNerd
    February 1, 2016
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    thank you all for your great comments please check out my new video on how to airbrush for the complete beginner it is more detailed than this one and covers how to take your airbrush apart and how to clean it.

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