This set includes:
- Grail Pilgrim 75mm: A 75mm resin figure from our Echoes of Camelot collection.
- Spirit or the Sky: 1/12mm scale Bust of our line Songs of War.
- PROFESSIONAL AIRBRUSH NEO SERIES N4500: airbrush Series NEO for Iwata.
- SCHMINCKE AERO COLOR PROFESSIONAL BASIC: includes 9 colors in 28 ml jars.
- Aero Medium + Aero Clean: SCHMINCKE
- INSTANT DRY GLUE + ACTIVATOR FOR CYANOACRYLATE
- ARMING PUTTY. ACRYLIC TYPE
- TAPERED SANDING STIK
FREE ALUMINIUM PALLET (10 WELLS)
Airbrush kit for miniatures
When we are going to make a miniature, it is necessary to have two tools, the brushes and the airbrush.
When it comes to selecting a good miniature airbrush kit, we can find a wide variety of models on the market. But when choosing which one is the most ideal for our needs, we must take into account several factors in order not to make a bad decision.
Airbrush is a good choice for those with a lot of painting experience, because it already has a good technique for the smallest details. If you are a miniature painter, it will be a great step to get into the benefits that each of the features that make up an airbrush kit bring.
What can we use an airbrush for?
The main function of the airbrush is to expel an aerosol of paint onto a surface. The user who is using the procedure is in charge of measuring, with the trigger of the aerosol, the amount of air and paint that we want to use to paint our miniature object.
With the airbrush we can paint magic, but the result of our miniature will depend on how much knowledge and skill we have not only in the area of art, but also in the use of the tool.
Constant practice with an airbrush will help you to achieve perfection every day.
How to choose an airbrush kit for miniatures?
An airbrush kit consists of two elements, airbrush and a compressor. If you are new to the world of airbrushing, it is best to select the cheapest airbrush kit when purchasing one. This will ensure that it is an airbrush kit for miniatures that will be easier for a beginner to use.
When we want an airbrush to paint miniatures, we need a more specific airbrush for our work.
The choice will depend on the size of the miniatures. We can get miniature airbrushes from 15 mm to 28 mm. It all depends on your needs. Our first kit will help you to learn more about the technique.
The size of the nozzles
The nozzle of the airbrush will determine the width of the spray. If we choose a small nozzle, this means a smaller spray of paint and if it is a large nozzle, it means a larger spray.
Our choice will depend on the size of the miniatures we will be painting. However, we can change the nozzles when necessary. The more experience and practice you have, the better result you will get.
Gravity or siphon airbrush
When painting miniatures, it is best to use a gravity airbrush. Its particular difference with a siphon airbrush is that the reservoir is located on the body of the airbrush. Therefore, the paint falls by gravity onto the surface to be painted. The advantage over the siphon airbrush is that less paint is wasted.
The advantages of having the best beginner airbrush kit for miniatures
Using an airbrush allows us to paint an object without so much effort and in a more efficient way to achieve a quality result. Some of the advantages it offers us are:
- By using airbrushes, you can take advantage of the benefit of not wasting as much paint when painting miniatures, as opposed to what you might waste when using a brush.
- It can cover a large area of our miniature in very few passes of the airbrush, and its use requires less effort for us.
- The miniature will have a better finish and look more aesthetically pleasing than with any other tool.
- Less time is spent painting the miniature due to the fact that it covers a large area, as opposed to using a brush.