Air Brush

Decorating By sweetboutiquecs Updated 7 Nov 2012 , 1:24am by costumeczar

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sweetboutiquecs Posted 6 Nov 2012 , 11:54pm
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Hi, I was looking for air brushes and I was looking at all the forums and I found a forum with a link to this website I really like what this one has, as in 2 air brushes, a compressor, air brush colors. But I don't want to get it if it is going to not be a good air brush. So does anyone hasve this air brush and if so what are your thoughts on it? Should I get it? This is my first air brush so I am not looking for anything fancy. I need to know really soon. Any help, I would be thankful for. 



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me_me1 Posted 7 Nov 2012 , 1:20am
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Wow, that looks cool!

I don't use airbrush much (yet) so for my first one I just bought a little Dinkydoodle one ( - it came with a set of Americolor colours from the place I bought it. It suits me perfectly as it's quite small but has good control and is quick and easy to clean. Love it.

The one you are talking about looks a bit more hardcore :)

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costumeczar Posted 7 Nov 2012 , 1:24am
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Holy cow, that looks serious! I have a Kopykake airbrush and it's fine for what I use it for, which is basically just coloring gumpaste. Unless you're going to be using it every day for a lot of cakes, you don't need something really fancy.

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