Grex is always coming up with innovative ways to make your airbrush experience easier and pushing what an airbrush can achieve. These new products are plugging in perfectly to their Tritium and Genesis airbrush lines.
Clear Sight Caps
Offer the clearest possible view of the needle tip for up close ultra fine detailed spraying.
The often overlooked Evolution Series from Harder & Steenbeck is built with the same quality and exacting standards as the super popular Infinity Series. However, H&S is able to offer this line at a lower price point by cutting out some of the less important features (such as quick fix handle and distance cap.)
For about a year or so now you may had noticed that frisket film has been almost impossible to come by. All major brands like Artool, Badger and Grafix were completely sold out of rolls and pads and not making any new frisket at all. This is because the manufacture that made the special adhesive used in making frisket film went out of business and was evidently the single source for all the brands making it.
Grafix has finally released a frisket film using a new adhesive formula that is getting some good feed back and will most likely become the new standard. The film as always is still easy-to-cut, repositionable, translucent and wrinkle-proof.
With its .2mm hand polished needle the Paasche Vision airbrush can achieve INCREDIBLE detail. Passche really stepped up their game when they released this a few years ago as they phased out the famous AB turbine airbrush. This airbrush is no joke!
💀💀💀 TGX-2F (Set) $163.22 TGX-0L (Airbrush Only) $110.57
I want this gun (airbrush) so so bad just can’t afford it right now. Man I want to spray with it. ❤️❤️❤️😱😱😱🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩
I love love paasche airbrush. 🤩
I recently returned to Paasche!! I purchased the TA#2. I was stuck overpaying for Iwata parts, whenever a tip or needle would get bent!! They had me over a barrel!! But, NO MORE!!!! I started out with the VL#3, as a t- shirt artist. And, I loved embarrassing my coworkers! I could pull a finer line, with my #3 needle than they could, with the finest needle that Iwata had ta offer!! I am so, INCREADIBLY happy, now that I have the best, back in my hands!!!!! PAASCHE RULES!!! find me at docgomez6, on Instagram…
Been itching to try this bad boy…keep me posted as you use it
Wish that cup was smaller. That thing is a five gallon bucket! 😂
@airbrushgary it is rather large. Check out the Raptor if youre in to smaller cups. Might profile that one next.
oh really wow I’ve been in the dark or just blinded with iwata.
Paasche is truly awesome!! I’d pick Paasche over iwata…lol…I just did!!!
The Harder & Steenbeck Ultra is a high quality airbrush stripped down to the essentials. It uses the same .2mm needle and nozzle as the higher priced H&Ses, so the quality is there but the features are limited. Perfect for the beginner who just wants to focus on learning the craft. For more advanced users who like working with the needle cap off, better to step up to the Evolution or Infinity line because as you can see here the needle and nozzle cap are one piece on the Ultra. 🤓 Read full Review.
Ultra Solo $90
Ultra 2-in-1 $124.70
Gerald Mendez is a professional illustrator who operates Aerografika Art Studios and has some heavy hitting clients like Disney and Dreamworks. He’s also a champion airbrush artist who teaches workshops around the world.
If you have not had the pleasure of browsing through Gerald Mendez’s jaw dropping Vintage Airbrush Collection facebook album, block out a good hour or two of your day, light some candles, toss a Barry White album on the turntable and immerse yourself into a wonderful world of airbrush.
Here are a few snap shots to get you salivating in the mean time…
Below is an interesting page from The Art of Show Card Writing published back in 1919. “Showcards” were what they called temporary signs made from cardstock that were displayed in store front windows. (So it’s essentially a sign painting book.) It depicts an artist at work on a sign using and airbrush and a foot pump compressor. The text offers some technique advice that is still relevant today. (Well, minus the foot pump.) You can find the whole ebook version for free on Google Books.