From the computer to the tabletop, this is all about games. Updated each week-end.
Airbrushes are like 3D printers, in that I have been thinking about getting one for a while, but haven’t quite accepted the cost. Then I watched this video from Ninjon and decided to act:
I watched the video, then clicked the Amazon affiliate link for Australia. ‘Why not just see?’ I thought to myself.
What I saw was an airbrush/compressor combo that was going to cost around a quarter of what I had been expecting to pay from previous looking around.
Amazon assured me it couldn’t possibly arrive before early March, but that’s okay, I wasn’t planning to use one this week-end or anything. Then today a box was thrown onto my bed, and here is what was inside.
So… yeah. I have an airbrush now.
I think that took less than 2 weeks to arrive. No complaints, but it will be over a month before I get the chance to use it and report back. Also, I need to buy some airbrush thinning and cleaning products. Oh yes, and then actually set up an area under the house where I can use it!
Once those things are done, I will put this thing through its paces – I have a bunch of terrain still to paint, and then report back.