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Americolor Kit 8:
Dinkydoodle Sugarcraft Airbrush & Compressor Set, w/ DVD (PINK) [doodle-pink]
Stock on Hand: 20+
The New Dinkydoodle Design from the UK!
Buy an Americolor set of 8 Airbrush colours for $9.90 when purchasing your dinkydoodle - Select from the drop down if you would like this option.
Soft touch coating with encases the compressor making it easy to wipe clean (The colour can get into every
nook and cranny if your compressor is not encased).
The motor on the compressor is more powerful, so it's not working as hard when you use it.
The hose is clear allowing you to see any blockages.
Most airbrushes come with a 2cc cup for your colour. The Dinkydoodle airbrush comes with a 3cc cup allowing you to hold more colour.
Leather pouch to protect the Airbrush gun.
Dawn is confident in her products so she is offering a 1 year warranty on the compressor.
DVD included (as from 10 October 2012)
How It Works?
An airbrush works by drawing air from the compressor unit through the hose and out through the airbrush via a tiny needle which is located inside the airbrush at the end of hand piece. When you pull back the lever, fine particles of colour are dispersed in the airflow.
Airbrushing will allow you to take your creations to another level, producing stunning and professional results quickly and easily….
Hints and Tips
Airbrushing is a great technique and with very little practice you can produce fantastic results. Here are just a few helpful tips that are worth remembering.
Practise on paper first so that you don’t spoil your project.
Open all of your bottles before you begin, as you don’t want to be struggling with unopened bottles during spraying.
Never start spraying directly on to your project as you may get a sudden burst of colour. Try instead, to start spraying onto a spare piece of paper first and then (whilst spraying) guide your spray onto your project.
Try mixing your colours to make different shades. You can either do this by adding drops of different colours to the cup or mix up larger amounts of colour in an empty bottle first.