Adventures in Airbrushing – Part 3

I don’t think I’m ever going back to regular brushes or spray cans for priming again.

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Oh, the Horrors! Pink ones, Blue ones, and Brimstone ones — they’re all here!

 

Making progress on my Tzeentch army. The airbrush is just as fast as a spray can (that is, practically instantaneous),  but I feel like I get better control than with a spray can in terms of being able to manipulate the airbrush to reach all of the strange angles that you need to get when priming.

I went heavy with the primer on these guys because I’m planning on using washes directly on the primer instead of a basecoat, so I need them to start out a pretty solid white.

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