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Mr. Apollo
Nov 8, 2000



I was really big on modelling in highschool and undergrad. However, I just don't have the time for it anymore. I really would like to try an get back into it though. I used to do 1/35 military stuff (mostly tanks and APCs). I've been thinking about doing a 1/32 plane or something maybe. Part of the problem is having the space to store the completed kits.

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Mr. Apollo
Nov 8, 2000



I haven't built any models in a while and I'd like to get back into it.

I used to have an external mix, single action Badger 350 airbrush but I'd like to get something nicer. I was looking at a Harder & Steenbeck Infinity Two in One or maybe an Iwata Eclipse CS or HP (not sure what the difference is between the two)

I've read that the H&S airbrushes are really nice they can be difficult to use if you don't have a lot of experience and the Iwata airbrushes are easier to use.

Anyone have any suggestions or recommendations? I build a wide variety of stuff; 1/24 cars, 1/35 military, 1/32 aircraft, etc.

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