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Interested in trying out some of these tutorials, but unsure of where to find the supplies you need? Huzzah, you’re (also) in the right place! Below, I’ve provided information on how to find the tools, supplies, and of course kits I use in my tutorials. As I’m in the EU, while many readers are in the US, I’ve provided (where applicable) both EU and US friendly options for purchase. Please do let me know, though, if you’re having trouble finding something!
All of the airbrush supplies I use are available on Amazon. I have a strong brand loyalty to Iwata, and have linked here when applicable to the specific tools I use, but your mileage may vary! Iwata can be expensive, especially for those just starting out. Please don’t take my (utterly personal, non-sponsored) recommendations as gospel; the best tools are the tools that work the best for you.
An airbrush with a 0.35mm nozzle (I use this one).
An airbrush with a 0.5mm nozzle (I use this one).
An airbrush hose with a standard 1/8 connector (I use this one).
A compressor (I use this one, but US-based customers should choose a different model).
The Army Painter Masterclass: Drybrush Set (available here)
The Army Painter Wargamer: Small Drybrush (available here)
AK Interactive Survival Weathering Brushes Set (available here)
Other than these specific brushes, my recommendation is: use whatever’s available. I’ve found some of my favourite brushes in the bargain bin at the craft store. You don’t need to spend a lot of money to find a quality product, and many expensive brushes are actually really poorly made. Examining the brush, in hand, will tell you all you need to know.
Oakridge Hobbies ships Chrysnbon kits worldwide.
I use these beauty tools as single use applicators. I’m not sure I’ve worn makeup since my wedding, but believe they’re marketed toward nail and lash techs. You can also find them, of course, at most beauty supply stores. They’re the exact same product that some hobby stores, not recommended here, repackage and sell as special “microbrushes.” Don’t fall for the hype!
For plastic/mixed material models, I only use AK Magnet Glue.
For every other application, I use Aleene’s Quick Dry Tacky Glue.
ONLINE HOBBY STORES
It would be impossible, here, to list every single product I use so instead I include specific lists with each tutorial. You should be able to source everything I mention either at your local hobby shop, through Amazon, or with one of the retailers listed below. For reference, my favourite brands are: Iwata, Vallejo, and AK Interactive. I also enjoy certain products from Tamiya, Mr Hobby, and The Army Painter.
MegaHobby (my top pick for US-based customers)
Hobbysta (my top pick EU-based customers)