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The "JULIA" Airbrush System - A Compressor 101

A Video by Julia M Usher

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Hi, everyone! Today, I have a video designed for those who have purchased my new JULIA airbrush system or who are contemplating doing so. In previous JULIA airbrush videos, I focused on the airbrush (aka, the gun) itself. In this video, I turn to the JULIA compressor, the workhorse of the JULIA system in that it’s what supplies air to the airbrush. Among other things, I explain why it’s important to pair a dual-action gun, like the JULIA, with an on-demand compressor, like the one in my system, and how to control the air flow through a handy inline flow regulator located on the hose.

To purchase the system, visit: www.confectioncouturestencils.com or https://tinyurl.com/y9hjy3n3

Great video!  I’ll have to play with the airbrush again and this time use airbrush color.  I also love the metallic.  I’ve always been afraid to use them because I’ve been told they clog my airbrush.

Econlady posted:

Great video!  I’ll have to play with the airbrush again and this time use airbrush color.  I also love the metallic.  I’ve always been afraid to use them because I’ve been told they clog my airbrush.

What have you been using it with if not airbrush coloring?! Metallics are definitely a little harder to pass, but if you adjust the flow regulator and pull back on the trigger more as I describe, you should be fine with my system (as long as the colorings aren't old, dried out, and clumpy).

Julia M. Usher posted:
Econlady posted:

Great video!  I’ll have to play with the airbrush again and this time use airbrush color.  I also love the metallic.  I’ve always been afraid to use them because I’ve been told they clog my airbrush.

What have you been using it with if not airbrush coloring?! Metallics are definitely a little harder to pass, but if you adjust the flow regulator and pull back on the trigger more as I describe, you should be fine with my system (as long as the colorings aren't old, dried out, and clumpy).

You forgot that I was having a hard time with it and when I finished I realized that i had used nonairbrush color.

Econlady posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:
Econlady posted:

Great video!  I’ll have to play with the airbrush again and this time use airbrush color.  I also love the metallic.  I’ve always been afraid to use them because I’ve been told they clog my airbrush.

What have you been using it with if not airbrush coloring?! Metallics are definitely a little harder to pass, but if you adjust the flow regulator and pull back on the trigger more as I describe, you should be fine with my system (as long as the colorings aren't old, dried out, and clumpy).

You forgot that I was having a hard time with it and when I finished I realized that i had used nonairbrush color.

Yep, completely forgot - sorry. I talk to so many people about my products each day that I just can't keep things straight any more.

Julia M. Usher posted:
Econlady posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:
Econlady posted:

Great video!  I’ll have to play with the airbrush again and this time use airbrush color.  I also love the metallic.  I’ve always been afraid to use them because I’ve been told they clog my airbrush.

What have you been using it with if not airbrush coloring?! Metallics are definitely a little harder to pass, but if you adjust the flow regulator and pull back on the trigger more as I describe, you should be fine with my system (as long as the colorings aren't old, dried out, and clumpy).

You forgot that I was having a hard time with it and when I finished I realized that i had used nonairbrush color.

Yep, completely forgot - sorry. I talk to so many people about my products each day that I just can't keep things straight any more.

I’m glad it’s popular.  As you know I’m a big fan of your products.  They are well designed and well made.

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