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post #16 of 22
I havent had any problems using Dusts with the Airbrush. As long as its cleaned before putting it away then its always been fine.

I just mix up my dusts with Rum instead of Lemon Extract so they dont evaporate as quickly and I can work with them longer.
Its hard to really say how much to use, you just have to play with it but it cant be as thick as it would be for normal painting. I think if it was that thick then it would probably clog up the airbrush but as long as its pretty thin then you can just layer on your color to get them darker.
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post #17 of 22
peaseacake i am also looking into an airbrush, I did my research and also called airbrushcity for info, from what i've found you should definately l look for dual action, gravity fed (NOT siphone fed) internal mix, cup should be on top, or side not on the bottom. I personally like the removable cups. Some are fixed.

I have experience with the Badger when I airbrushed photographs and loved it, I never had a problem as long as you clean it after your done. I am also familiar with Thayer and Chandler, but would lean toward the Badger. I may stick to what I know but it sound like the Paasche is great to and the Kopykake also.

FYI airbrushcity has competative prices ,no shipping, but also does not have much in stock. I want mine now , when I choose my style I am willing to pay the shipping to get it.
post #18 of 22
I had the lady at my cake store recommend and order me a spray gun....it isn't in yet, but when it is I plan on experimenting and playing...and playing some more, and will let you know what kind I have and how it works.

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post #19 of 22
I was just given an airbrush for my birthday (DH) but havn't tried it yet... it is an AZTEK made by TESTOR...
I will comment when I get to play with it!

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post #20 of 22
my mistake it was dixieart.com not airbrushcity, sorry. Iv'e narrowed it down between paasche vsr90 and athe Badger 100gl.
post #21 of 22
How does the badger compare in price to the kopykake?
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post #22 of 22
The Badger 100GL is $69.95
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