|Airbrushing can lead to some amazing results|
I've had an airbrush compressor that I picked up from Harbor Freight a while back that didn't have a tank attached. It did the job admirably for being so cheap (~$60) but recently the regulator had broken (my fault completely, not a mechanical defect) and I had been spraying at approx 40 psi.
I will tell you now that you can't effectively airbrush when your PSI is so high, especially with the small areas we are trying to airbrush. In addition you go through paint too fast and it clogs and sputters constantly.
|Great for modern art, not so much for wargaming figures.|
I ordered the $119 kit from their Ebay Store that included a braided hose and airbrush with three nozzels. I was amazed that for free shipping it arrived the day after I ordered it. It also came in a nice box (and the airbrush has a very nice case). I've read some reviews that the regulator wasn't attached and that it was a pain to get it on, but it was attached to the one I ordered and it literally worked right out of the box.
|I do recommend taking it out of the box though.|
|Some worn and burned out buildings, made easy with airbrushing|
If you have any questions, please ask in the comments.