Credit for this tip goes to Don’s Airbrush Tips , specifically the section on airbrush ergonomics. This first tips deals with an issue I notice in using the airbrush for long periods of time. Since the airbrush made of a shiny metal, I tend to grip it tighter then I should. After a while this tends to cause my hand to cramp up. Using this finger wrap (via my wife).
Several figures. For all of these, I primed using Vallejo surface primer applied with an airbrush. I then used various Army Painter colours brushed on. These mini’s were the first time I’ve used the Army Painter line and I am very impressed with them. The dropper bottles are the best way to paint as you can put just what you need on your palette. Recommended.
A post to document some mini’s that have been completed over the last little bit. 2 Imperial Cruisers from Battlefleet Gothic. The detail on these mini’s is remarkable. I still have quite a few Chaos Cruisers that still have to be assembled and painted. Micro-Armor Leopard Tanks, I’ve had 4 of these for quite a long time. Metal washer base. Good airbrush practice. The paint scheme is fictional as I would probably use these mini’s for gaming. Also weathering powders work very well even at this scale.