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I've always hand painted my more detailed pieces & props but I've decided to switch to airbrushing. I think it will be a better fit for me. I design & build static art & props. Most are displayed outdoors at some point so I have to make sure they are fairly sturdy without sacrificing any detail. I use all kinds of materials. Wood, plaster, latex, plastic, metal, fabric, chicken wire, & too many more to bore you with. I've read all kinds of reviews, visited Q&A airbrush forums, & I've been able to narrow it down to a few options. Master Airbrush is the manufacturer I've decided on & I've narrowed it down to 4 of their compressors. Models TC-20T, TC-40T, TC-828 Twin cylinder, & lastly the TC-77 Portable. I'm not sure if the TC-77 would be able to handle the work load of my bigger projects but I could be wrong. So, if you have any experience with these please let me know what you think. I'm open to any & all suggestions. Thanks guys.:eek:
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