This multi-purposed and gravity feed dual action air brush allows you to control color and quantity of air with a finger as you want. It sprays an entire range of stipple effects from very fine to coarse textures. Perfect for airbrush, model, paint (car, bicycle, bike, etc.), airbrush tattoos, much more.
Control of the color and quantity of air with a fingerApplications range: airbrush, model, paint ( car, bicycle, bike, etc. ), airbrush tattoos, nail design and much more.
Double-action Trigger Air-paint Control. Easy to handle. Light weight die cast for strong power.Dual action trigger design allows users to determine the quantity of air and fluid released.Provides superb atomization & incredible control.
Mildred Ludwig –
Didn¡¯t come with the air hose.
Elizabeth Stamper –
I like the fact that it comes with multiple sizes of needles and nozzles. The website has a ton of information that will help the beginner get started with air brushing. I also purchased a compressor package that came with three air brushes from TCP. All of the units work perfectly and with a little practice I was able to get nice ghost flames on a guitar I am building. Thanks TCP for a great product!
Megan Dudley –
I’m new to airbrushing. I bought a $170 Iwata because I wanted to start with good solid equipment. For $170, The Iwata CS is a piece of art. Shining smooth and very cool to use. But it’s $170. I looked at this when I was buying the Iwata. After using the Iwata, I thought why not give this a try, it’s $39 with hose, 3 needles AND quick connect. One Iwata needle + nozzle cost almost $39.A direct comparison is no comparison. The Master Airbrush is crude and rough around the edges. The machine marks are all visible and palpable. The cup is HUGE compared to the Iwata, which can be a plus if you are spraying a lot of paint, but difficult to clean because the holes are so big.Performance is as good as the $179 Iwata in my brief experience in laying down paint. But one fit and finish aside, the quick release O-ring will not seat right. It will allow air to leak, but overtightening will cause the trigger plunger to stick. A simple fix is to use an Iwata quick release (alone is $16-$19) which will cure the problem.Overall, it’s a brush I won’t mind abuse. It’s great to experiment different paints and needles without worrying about cost. Needs some work, but $39 is good.
Norma Ponce –
i dont use it as much but works well for small projects
Roger Greene –
I was ready to use this airbrush, It soon turn to disappoint it spits paint adjusted my air pressure up and down. I even cleaned it out put it back together. I started over and the same result. It’s junk..
Larry Phillips –
Like any skill, painting with an airbrush does have a learning curve. With the help of a YouTube video and this Master airbrush, I found the painting easy, forgiving, and fun. It is great for priming and base coating my miniatures. This is a great beginners brush with features found on more expensive brushes. I especially like the stop setting to limit how far back I bring the trigger. It allows me to not put out too much paint at once.
Nancy Cunningham –
Easy to use but wish the information in the instructions were better than having to go to the website to figure out how to use it
MELINDA CARROLL –
Nice product for bakery
Ann Walker –
If you are starting out in Air Brushing this is a great, Painters First Air Brush. Easy to use and really helps you get started with learning the basics of Air Brushing
Joel Zepeda –
It’s easy to use. Easy to clean. Great for a beginner or for a cheaper base coat/ big model airbrush. Nothing fancy, but gets the job done.