Just looking for opinions (maybe even guidance)...
I recently procured a double action Badger 360 airbrush, and in my ignorance, I figured it would do a great job of painting everying from tiny lines and mottles (I am a Luftwaffe fan) to great switches of British blues and grays (for that Meteror on my short list).
Problem is, it really does not seem like a good airbrush for painting small ..anything. The needle is one - size with adjustment from quite a bit to too much paint. I dial pressure down very low and I still find it a difficult tool to work with. I used to use the Aztek brush and while I disliked it for various reasons, I could still get tiny Japanese style lines and mottles with semi scale overspray. No dice with the brand new Badger.
Anyone else using the Badger 360 brush for mottles and small lines? Should I chalk it up to experience and get an Iwata, or what?
Thanks for any advice.