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Comparison of the Precise 200 and 155 Anthem Badger Airbrushes

Today I am responding to a request to provide a comparison of the Precise 200 Badger Airbrush and the 155 Anthem Badger Airbrush.  You may think me a little biased in saying both are great brushes….they really are.  The key to deciding on any airbrush is to consider your purpose.  If you want to airbrush the details on a small model, this will require a brush with precision.  However, if you are creating body art or canvas art you will need a brush that is for artistic applications.  My Badger team created 2 videos to give you a close look at each brush and the tech specs along with recommended application usages.

Yes, the Precise 200 and the 155 Anthem have similar specs but the Precise is a single action brush versus the Anthem which is a dual action brush.  Check out the videos and pick your brush with confidence.

Click to view Anthem Video

Video – Precise 200

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Ken

August 15, 2011 Posted by | Airbrush make-up, Airbrush Tanning, Body Art, Cake Decorating, Fine Art, General Tool Information, T-Shirt/Textile Painting, Woodwork Finishing & Antiquing | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Badger Renegade Krome RK-1 Detail Airbrush: A video review

The latest brush to come out of Badger Airbrush is one that is focused on detail. Airbrush artist, Ashely Brayson has taken the time to review the details the Krome RK-1 features.

Click here to view video   – Enjoy!

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Ken

June 7, 2011 Posted by | Airbrush make-up, Automotive, Body Art, Cake Decorating, Fine Art, Fingernail Art, Fishing Lure Painting, General Tool Information, Small Scale Production, Taxidermy | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Airbrush 101 – A simple guide to understanding airbrush terminology, types of airbrushes, and their recommended uses.

Understanding the make up of an airbrush gun.

I have traveled across the globe attending conferences, trade shows and events which all involve the industries and hobbies that use airbrushes.   No matter what gathering I attend, I am asked the same important question, “What’s the best airbrush that I should use to _________” (fill in the blank with your application).  For this reason I have put together what I like to call “AIRBRUSH 101”. It’s a simple reminder and guide to understanding airbrush terminology, types of airbrushes, and their recommended uses.  I hope this airbrush guide will help and support whatever project or application you are working on.

Airbrush 101 – click to view.

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March 13, 2011 Posted by | Airbrush make-up, Airbrush Tanning, Automotive, Base Coating & Glazing, Body Art, Cake Decorating, Fine Art, Fingernail Art, Fishing Lure Painting, General Tool Information, Hobby Finishing, Scrap Booking & Stenciling, Sign Painting, Small Scale Production, T-Shirt/Textile Painting, Taxidermy, Uncategorized, Volume Spray Prodcution, Woodwork Finishing & Antiquing | 2 Comments