AIRBRUSH FOR MINIATURES IWATA HI-LINE HP-BH H2100

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AIRBRUSH FOR MINIATURES IWATA Hi-Line HP-BH H2100

Featuring the ultimate in air control directly at the nozzle with Iwata’s Micro Air Control (MAC) Valve Technology, the Hi-Line Series is designed for artists who need extreme control of detailed spraying. The Hi-Line Series is made with PTFE needle packing, a dual-purpose cutaway, pre-set handle and one-piece auxiliary lever/needle chucking guide.

• Adjustable main lever tension
• Pre-set handle
• External needle adjustment:
standard
• MAC air valve

• Feed: Gravity
• Ø Fluid nozzle: 0.20 mm
• Cup capacity: 1.5 ml
• Type: Double Action

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Description

There is a wide variety of tools on the market to paint miniatures, but when you want to obtain perfection and neatness in each finish, without a doubt, a miniature airbrush will always be an excellent choice.

Airbrush for miniatures

 

Miniatures are small pieces that require incredible precision when bringing them to life. For this reason, pigment layers need to be applied evenly. An airbrush with a miniature compressor will help you with this task.

Professional airbrushes make it easy to spread the paint with the force and pressure that we as artists need, without leaving any irregular marks on the piece.

This is due to the way model airbrushes work. Since, they disperse the pigments in tiny and constant drops that allow each surface of the figure to be better covered.

Best airbrush for miniatures

 

Although there are a wide variety of brands, our experts recommend Iwata airbrushes. They are able to provide miniature artists with the ease of handling, dexterity and results necessary to obtain phenomenal pieces.

Iwata miniature airbrushes have a high adaptability to any kind of supplied pigment. In addition, it is very light and will allow you to carry out long days of painting without any effort.

How to paint miniatures with a professional airbrush?

 

The truth is that painting miniatures with an airbrush is quite simple, and the results are incredible. To apply pigments with this tool, what you should do is the following:

  1. Pick and dilute your paints
  2. Pour the product into the miniature airbrush paint reservoir
  3. Proceed to start the painting process, activating the device’s trigger.

It is important to know that, when painting with a modeling airbrush, the distance in which you position the tool will directly influence the lines that are marked on the miniature. That is, you must always be careful with this aspect, to avoid an irregular appearance in the final finish.

Advantages of a modeling airbrush vs traditional brush

Before buying an airbrush you should take into account the advantages that this tool provides you:

  1. The airbrush allows to cover more surface with a smaller amount of paint
  2. There will be no irregular stroke marks on the pieces, as a brush would
  3. Provides a better final finish
  4. You will be able to cover even the hardest to reach places with brushes
  5. You will have greater control over the intensity of the color
  6. Making shadow and light effects will be much easier

While it is true that brushes are ideal for doing small details, an Iwata airbrush would be your ideal purchase to apply full strokes or covers to the entirety of the miniature.

How to clean an airbrush for miniatures?

For your airbrush to have a long lifespan, you need to clean it carefully. The process is very simple, you only need to do the following:

Empty the paint tank
Pour a few drops of water on it
Rub the tank carefully and using a small piece of gauze or cotton to loosen the paint.
If you want to get rid of the paint contained inside, you will need to use a pigment solvent and pull the trigger as if you were going to paint. In this way, the liquid will drag the remains that remain inside.

What airbrush to buy for miniatures?

Whether you are just starting to paint miniatures or if you are an expert, buying an airbrush for miniatures is taking a leap in quality in your works.

Professional airbrushes are essential items that should be part of your painting kit. This way you will achieve incredible finishes with minimal effort. We recommend Iwata airbrushes: for their handling, precision and quality. Take your passion to the next level with the IWATA Hi-Line HP-BH H2100 Airbrush!

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Weight 0,260 kg

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