HOW TO OPERATE
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How to Operate an Airbrush
How to Hold Your Airbrush
Here Are Some Examples of Proper Hand Posture When Spraying With the Airbrush
Hold the airbrush just like you would a pencil but, allow your index finger to reach the trigger on top.
You Can Use Your Free Hand to Support the Hand Controlling the Airbrush.
How to Operate the Trigger
Here Are Some Examples of How to Operate the Airbrush Trigger
Hold the Airbrush Just Like You Would a Pencil But, Allow Your Index Finger to Reach the Trigger on Top
With Your Index Finger, Push Down on the Trigger Completely for the Airflow to Start
Now Gradually Pull the Trigger Back to Release the Paint Flow
Beginner Practice Strokes and Shading
Airbrushing can be one of the most difficult and challenging methods of painting out there. Unlike a Pencil, Paintbrush or Marker, Airbrushes are their own creature with many internal moving parts.
If one of the parts is malfunctioning, the entire airbrush will too malfunction. The actual painting with an Airbrush is also multifaceted where the strokes include Distance + Speed + Paint.
Storing Your Airbrush
When you are finished using your airbrush and it is clean, store the brush back in the case.
This is the safest place for it as there are many fragile parts in your airbrush that may get damaged in transportation.