Airbrush Recommendation

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I tend to shy away from vehicles.... so yeah 1/35 figures are my interest. I make little dioramas... Im not that good but I find it really relaxing just sitting *sniffing glue* ... I mean trimming the sprue, sanding a seam or trying not to shake while painting in eyebrows... LOL
 

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Hello, if you want a simple to use airbrush go with a single action paasche H, no needles to worry about, I had mine for 20 years and recently upgraded to a harder and steenbeck infinity.

Please let me know if you need more info!
 

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Hello, if you want a simple to use airbrush go with a single action paasche H, no needles to worry about, I had mine for 20 years and recently upgraded to a harder and steenbeck infinity.

Please let me know if you need more info!

Thanks CAMO, your input is much appreciated...
 

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I have a Badger Anthem 155 and I haven't had any problems with it at all. I have had it for 10 years.
My modeling time is limited so there aren't many miles on it.
Keeping them properly cleaned is a must for any air brush.
 

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I know I'm late to the party here, but as brands I'd recommend are Iwata and Harder and Steinbeck. I've got an Iwata HP-C which I think is very well made and a good all round airbrush to use.