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Ken Martin

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Dolf
Thanks for the info about the Badger Air Brush Spray Gun.  I think I will have to give it a try.
Do you have to use Air Brush paints, or do you just thin regular paints?
Again Thanks

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   You can use any paint that you prefer. Just thin it with the relevant thinners, whether it is water, thinners or turpentine. I am now going to use model acrylic paint which comes with its own type of thinners. With normal acrylics you can thin it with water. Basic enamel type paints can be thinned with turpentine. I hope this makes sense to you.
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Again thanks Dolf
As you can see I know nothing about air brush painting. 
You have given me enough ideas, and looking at the other posts here about air brush painting, I think I can go to school with the help of the Forum members.

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Ken, these are really fantastic, I am speechless, I mean they are really too good. Awesome work. Lovely toy, thanks for sharing.
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