Airbrush Equipment

Fixing A Bent Airbrush Needle

Fixing Bent Airbrush Needle Fixing a bent airbrush needle tutorial covers fixing a bent airbrush needle easily and quickly. Bending the tip on your airbrush needle happens no matter how careful you are from time to time. No need to get all of of sorts there is an easy fix for this and thats what we will cover in this article. Don Johnson- sponsored by Airbrush Technique Magazine. On this page you will find examples of “how To” fix a bent needle tip. Here are a few Airbrush Tech tips to help with that bent tip on your needle. I Read more

Airbrush Problems And Solutions

Airbrush Problems And Solutions Airbrush problems and solutions tutorial covers common airbrush problems and solutions and was written with the help of the members of the magazine support forum, airbrushtechnique.com. In this article we’ll cover some common problems you might experience while using your airbrush and solutions to those problems. Sponsored by Airbrush Technique Magazine.     Thanks to all the subscribers to Airbrush Technique Magazine and members of Airbrush Technique airbrush forum  for helping out with this project by submitting problems and solutions to be published here.   Submitted by Chuck Newberry, Texas, USA: Problem: I have a suction type airbrush Read more

Airbrush Trigger Installation

 Airbrush Tigger Installation Airbrush trigger installation tutorial covers installing the airbrush trigger on the most common type of airbrushes, double action. After taking your airbrush apart for cleaning getting this type of airbrush trigger can be a little tricky to get back in in this article we’ll show you how it’s done. Don Johnson, airbrushgallery.com  Sponsored by Airbrush Technique Magazine. As picture below shows when installing the trigger back into your airbrush (Iwata) hold the trigger (main lever) so that the two posts at the bottom of the trigger (main lever) face the front and back of the airbrush. Insert the Read more

Cleaning A Gravity Feed Airbrush

Cleaning A Gravity Feed Airbrush Cleaning a gravity feed airbrush tutorial walks you thru the best way to clean your airbrush after every use. Having an enjoyable airbrushing experience will greatly depend on how effectively you clean your airbrush. Now don’t get excited its very simple and easy and not very time consuming. This is just one of the articles here at How To Airbrush covering cleaning your airbrush. Written by Don Johnson and brought to you by Airbrush Technique Magazine. Having an enjoyable airbrushing experience will greatly depend on how effectively you clean your airbrush . Now don’t get excited its Read more

Easy Light Box

Easy Light Box Easy light box tutorial will cover using the common house hold widow as a light box to help you draw your design. Light boxes are used to help you trace designs and are just one of the many artist tools available to those who are drawing challenged. Written by Don Johnson and brought to you by Airbrush Technique Magazine.Here’s a little trick for those of you who lack in the drawing skills department that won’t cost you a thing. As you progress with your airbrushing skills and knowledge I think you’ll find your drawing skills become sharper, it’s just Read more

Aztek Airbrush Nozzle Cleaning

Aztec Airbrush Nozzle Cleaning Aztec airbrush nozzle cleaning tutorial covers cleaning the nozzle on a Aztek airbrush including taking it apart and putting it back together again. Written by by Allan Hull. If you own an Aztek airbrush you should find this article very help in keeping your airbrush working it perfect working order. Brought to you by Airbrush Technique Magazine. If you have an article you would like to have published on this web site please contact [email protected]   Airbrush Supplies Required: toothbrush, dish soap, water, inkjet syringe, toothpicks, container, water.       Toothbrush dipped in soapy water works well to clean Read more

Cleaning Your Airbrush

Cleaning Your Airbrush Cleaning your airbrush tutorial will cover cleaning your airbrush quickly and easily after every use. Having a fun, relaxing experience during your airbrush projects it’s essential you keep your airbrush clean so that it will function properly. Here in this how-to article I’ll show the technique’s I use to clean my airbrushes. Written by Don Johnson and brought to you by Airbrush Technique Magazine. In this little example I will show you how I have been cleaning my bottom feed airbrush for years and hope you find it as useful as I have. This by the way is the Read more

Fixing Airbrush Sticky Trigger

Fixing Airbrush Sticky Trigger Fixing airbrush sticky trigger tutorial covers fixing that pesky sticking airbrush trigger. This is generally caused by not cleaning your airbrush in a manner that leaves it functioning properly so to help avoid this problem keep your airbrush clean.Written by Don Johnson brought to you by Airbrush Technique Magazine. The sticky trigger fix: It always seems to happen just when you are getting in the zone, the grove of painting. You push down on your trigger and it doesn’t come back up. No worries here’s a fix for that little problem. The sticky trigger fix siphon feed airbrush:  Read more

Fixing a Airbrush Broken Fluid Nozzle

Fixing a Airbrush Broken Fluid Nozzle Fixing a airbrush broken fluid nozzle tutorial covers fixing a screw in type airbrush fluid nozzle that was broken due to over tightening. It doesn’t take much to snap a fluid nozzle off during nozzle replacement and this how to article covers how you go about fixing that. Written by Don Johnson, airbrushgallery.com brought to you by Airbrush Technique Magazine.  “Break that airbrush tip or nozzle off did you?” Well don’t feel alone anyone who has used an airbrush with a screw in tip (picture #1) for any length of time has most likely done Read more

Airbrush Paint For Models

Airbrush Paint For Models Airbrush paint for models tutorial covers information on the many different types of paints used to airbrush models, advantages and disadvantages of using each.. Written by Ken Synder brought to you by Airbrush Technique Magazine Greetings fellow Airheads! I am going to be going over model paints as a foundation and build on it a bit. Model builders tend to be an odd lot, we will experiment like crazy, trying to figure out other ways of doing things, and we will search for cheaper things, neat tools, and bits of whatever to spruce up a model. Yet, oddly enough, we tend Read more