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Jaycepticon

Active Hunter
So after my ROTJ Fett is completed, I was toying with the idea of starting to learn how to airbrush myself. I have an MR .45 Fett helmet I figured I'd try to practice on, but I don't have too much space or open circulation in my current condo so I was wondering how much space do you guys who airbrush have/use/need? I'm looking into getting a new place soon but I don't think having a garage or some sort of backyard is an option so I was just trying to see what the most minimal amount of room would be ok to "work" in without having anyone else who lives with me being worried about breathing this stuff in.
 
Build yourself a airbrush cabin, maybe not as big as mine, maybe on a rolling stand or foldable from plexiglas (you want as much daylight as you can get), so you can store it away.

Mine is fixed to my assembling-shop:

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Thanks.

With a tigh space as mine you better keep it as much organized as possible. This assembling shop is just 8feet wide and 12feet long, i think it looks bigger on pics.
The left side:

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My machine-shop is even smaller, only 6feet x 6feet - if you´re not moving carefully in it, you ram you back on one of the mill/lathe handles sooner or later:

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ajayofcanada

New Hunter
My machine-shop is even smaller, only 6feet x 6feet - if you´re not moving carefully in it, you ram you back on one of the mill/lathe handles sooner or later
Oh man!!!! You have machine shop tools, I've wanted a lathe for years, though the cheapest one around here is still a couple grand.
 

Fett 4 Real

Sr Hunter
Build yourself a airbrush cabin, maybe not as big as mine, maybe on a rolling stand or foldable from plexiglas (you want as much daylight as you can get), so you can store it away.

Mine is fixed to my assembling-shop:

Werkstattpics002.gif

I like the plexi thing you got going on there...might have to find some locally and add that to my design...
 
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