Take Air

All things airbrush

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

Take Air

Ken

Advertisements

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

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.

Take Air~ Ken.

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