Alright I have been out all day in meetings and tangled in public transit but here is the pot of gold at the end of my smog chocked rainbow, I went and picked up my Valkyrie as well as a airbrush set(at severely discounted price, thank you D&J) so tonight expect an update on my build progress and a review of my cheap airbrush kit experience (who knows this could be a good buy in more then just price and package) so despite being run ragged all over Santa Clara I return to my office with a smile on my face, and a few new toys. So on a side note lets hear your airbrush experiences and techniques as well as what you think about buying a cheap model for a uni task as opposed to investing in something more pricey in the long run.
Update: In all honesty you get what you pay for, now not to say this was a bad purchase but there where some expected problems, first off the nozzle while adjustable dose not like to give a good in between spray just low and high more or less. Next there is the connection mount for the canister, well it worked but the plastic screw mount it was on had a tendency to slide off which I have remedied with a little super glue. Over all though it dose the job and gives a uniform spray that is adjustable to some degree and the kit comes with some good bases for vehicles color wise (sand,tan,army green,gray, brown) and its Testors brand so at least there is some good backing behind the product as opposed to one of the no name ebay brands. So as I said before you get what you pay for, but in this case you get a little extra.
BH Senior Editor