Okay, so I've been hemming and hawing, back and forth, about getting an airbrush - for years and years. Jeff's dad is an (amazing!) artist and I've picked his brain a few times over the years - and sadly forgotten a lot of what he's told me - as far as his advice on airbrushes.
I've looked at airbrushes many times and stood there contemplating if I should take the plunge and get one to try it, but I've always decided not to.
Today I went out with a friend to look for some display options for our vendor table on Satrday. One of our stops was at a thrift store, where I found this!
An airbrush for $10... seriously??
Cautiously (and skeptically), I opened the box. Surely it was used, maybe even missing pieces... still, for $10 maybe it was worth getting as an experimental tool.
After removing the instruction book, warranty card, and parts catalog, I saw this:
It is apparently brand new.
My friend even pulled out one of the tubes and she pointed out that the parts inside are still packed in cotton.
I closed the box and only then noticed that it is a Paasche. I've heard of them. So as an added bonus, it wasn't an off brand, "Bob's Airbrush" or something, haha.
Even better news: It has the instruction book, "for beginners" Yep, that's totally me; I've never airbrushed anything in my life.
Whee, I'm excited! We even have a small compressor already that we use with the laser...
I'm pretty sure I remember Jeff's dad saying that a dual action airbrush is better. This one is a single action. However, for $10 I now have a brand new airbrush to experiment with and see if I'll like spraying things or not. ;)