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Powder paint airbrush

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Just got a new powder paint airbrush and trying it. If you run a shop vac in the back of a box like they say, yiu waste alot of paint. No vac and the overspray gets on the back of the lure too. Any help would be great

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I bought two of them. I thought it was going to be the "cats meow". Wrong! I played with it for a while, and the boxed it up and put it on the shelf. I haven't found anything that beats the heat and dip method.

Tally

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Same here, i thought it would really improve my two tone jobs but i am not impressed so far for 100.00. I have been two toning with airbrush paint but thought it would be nice to just do it all in powder.

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What are you painting? Two toning is not that difficult with powder, you just have to be creative on how you do it. If you need help let me know. I might not do it the best way, but it sure does work and with very little waste.

Tally

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post your e-mail and I will try to put together a tutorial. It may take me a little bit to put it together (with pictures) but it will be very detailed. If jigs is what you are painting, this should be a breeze.

Tally-

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One of the easiest ways to two tone with powder paint is to use a 35mm film canister as a sprinkler. Check out how in the "Powder Paint" tutorial. I have a shaker for every one of my colors.

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