Airbrush Resource Center


Online Instructional Airbrush Guide
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First Time Set Up

First Time Setup


Step 1.

Use the threading tape and wrap it around the male end of the connector several times.

Step 2.

Screw on one end of the hose to that male connector.

Step 3.

Thread the other end of the Hose onto the Airbrush. And turn the compressor on.

Step 4. 

To adjust the air pressure, find the air regulator and pull up on the black round knob to unlock it. Then turn it clockwise to increase the air pressure or counter clockwise to decrease the air pressure.

Step 5. 

Now add a few drops of water into the paint cup or jar. Press down on the trigger to start the air flow and pull back on the trigger to start the fluid flow. The more the trigger is pulled back, the more fluid is released.

How to Operate Airbrush

How to Operate Airbrush


How to Hold

Trigger Operation

Beginner Strokes

Storing

Airbrush Cleaning & Color Changing

Airbrush Cleaning / Color Changing


We cannot stress enough the importance of keeping your airbrush clean after every use.

Learning to clean your airbrush is the very first thing you should learn, before painting.

Gravity Feed

Side Feed

Bottom Feed

Single Action Siphon Feed

Disassembly & Deep Cleaning

Disassembly & Deep Cleaning


Gravity Feed

Side Feed

Bottom Feed

Single Action Siphon Feed

Pistol Trigger Gravity Feed

Repair & Troubleshooting

Repair & Troubleshooting


Troubleshooting

Bent Needle Repair

Removing A Broken Fluid Nozzle

Replacing The Auxiliary Lever

Education

Education


Do's & Don'ts

Beginner Strokes

Sample Painting Tutorial

FAQ's

VIDEOS

  HOW TO

Cleaning - Gravity Airbrush

Cleaning - Side Airbrush

Cleaning - Deep Clean Airbrush

Repair - Broken Fluid Nozzle

  EQUIPMENT SETUP

TC-22 Compressor

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  LEARNING/EDUCATIONAL

Practice Strokes

Beginner Tutorial

Intermediate Tutorial

Advanced Tutorial

  MAKE UP

Cleaning - Airbrush

Equipment Set Up - Make Up

Basics

Instructional - Application

  TANNING

Cleaning - Tanning Gun

Equipment Set Up - Tanning

Spray Tanning Introduction

Spray Tan Preparation

  CAKE DECORATING

Cleaning - Cake Airbrush

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