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The Iwata Revolution HP-SAR

  The HP-SAR is an excellent siphon feed airbrush. It sprays great.  It feels good, but most people need more control than it offers. The HP-SAR is simply a tool you point and shoot with. It doesn’t require a lot of extra training.  You don’t need to be an artist to use it.  In fact, […]

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The Iwata Revolution HP-CR

The HP-CR is an excellent gravity feed airbrush. This is a great airbrush for beginners who don’t want to spend a fortune. You get Iwata quality at affordable price. They’re generally easy to work with. Features and Review Great for beginners – The HP-CR is about as close as you can come to my favorite […]

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The Iwata Revolution HP-BR

The HP-BR is an excellent gravity feed airbrush. They’re great for beginners who don’t want to spend a fortune but still want something made to last. They’re generally easy to work with and replacement parts won’t cost you an arm and a leg. Features and Review Great Iwata quality with low price Great for beginners […]

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The Iwata Revolution HP-BCR

The HP-BCR is an excellent siphon feed airbrush. All in all the Revolution BCR does a lot of things well. I know artists that switch from other, more expensive airbrushes simply because the Revolution “does it” for them. Features and Review Great Iwata quality with low price Great for beginners – They’re great for beginners […]

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The Iwata Revolution HP-AR

Iwata Revolution HP-AR are excellent airbrushes for people who want a small, sleek, gravity feed airbrush. They’re generally easy to work with and replacement parts won’t cost you an arm and a leg. Features and Review Great Iwata quality with low price Great for beginners – Though the HP-AR isn’t as forgiving about paint consistency […]

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Iwata Eclipse HP-G6

Review and Opinions: I’m a big fan of the entire Iwata G-series, to me they’re what Trigger Guns are actually supposed to be. The HP-G6 in particular is a big airbrush. The pointy needle lets you spray details.  You will have to practice to get down to  a .6mm wide line but it’s doable. The […]

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Iwata Eclipse HP-G5

Review and Opinion: I’m a big fan of the entire Iwata G-series, to me they’re what Trigger Guns are actually supposed to be. The HP-G5 in particular is a small spray gun. The blunt needle means you can avoid tip-dry and it should be difficult (though not impossible) to clog. The HP-G5 doesn’t use much […]

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Iwata Eclipse HP-G3

Review and Opinion: I’m a big fan of the entire Iwata G-series, to me they’re what Trigger Guns are actually supposed to be. The HP-G3 in particular is a tiny spray gun. The blunt needle means you can avoid tip-dry and it should be difficult (though not impossible) to clog. The HP-G3 doesn’t use much […]

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Iwata Eclipse HP-SBS

Review and Opinions: The Eclipse SBS is a great tool for general spraying.  It does everything good. On the flip side it doesn’t do anything spectacularly well. It’s a workhorse airbrush. It’s perfect for doing most of your spraying, gross detail work, and general backgrounds. It’s really hard to go wrong with an Eclipse. Even […]

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Iwata Eclipse HP-CS

The Eclipse CS is my favorite airbrush. It cleans up easily. It’s got a big cup on top for paint with a cap for when I get a little wild. Review and Opinion: The Eclipse CS is a great tool for general spraying.  It does everything good. On the flip side it doesn’t do anything […]

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