TRIED & TESTED - The Airbrush Company - Neo for Iwata’s Gravity-feed Airbrushing Kit
01 Feb 2017
By Mark Hayhurst
Airbrushing can be satisfying and give impressive results.
If you want to have a go then Neo for Iwata’s Gravity-Feed Airbrushing Kit is a good starting point and can been used for many applications such as ﬁne art, illustration, hobby and crafts.
Launched in August 2016, the kit is designed for the ﬁ rst-time or occasional airbrusher. It has everything you need to get started including airbrush ready paints and cleaner.
The small, portable compressor has three speeds (1-15 PSI) for small, general airbrush applications and also includes international plugs for travelling abroad.
The airbrush has a 0.35mm needle and nozzle combination for ﬁ ner detail spraying and medium sized spray patterns, plus a ﬁve year warranty oﬀering reassurance that you’re buying a quality product.
This complete kit also comes with online practice exercises selected from the book Basic Airbrush Techniques A Complete Course by Robert Paschal.
For further information call The Airbrush Company Ltd on 01903 767800, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.airbrushes.com
JECELYN LATIMER, from Crafts Beautiful magazine said: “If you’re new to airbrushing and looking for easy, aﬀordable tools to get started, the Neo for Iwata is an ideal choice.
Priced at £190, this complete kit makes it easy to learn and explore the art of airbrushing. The gravity-fed kit comes with an air compressor with three speeds, a dual-action airbrush with ﬁne to medium spray performance and two cup sizes, three bottles of Medea Com-Art Colours and an airbrush cleaner.”