every non specialized airbrush says that its good across the board for things it can do, unfortunately causing people to buy airbrushes that suck at what they really wanted it to do. In my experience, the only airbrush that does what it says in terms of versatility is an Iwata. I have an Iwata Eclipse HP-CS. But keep in mind the price tag can be a little high, but completely worth it. I would suggest simply buying the airbrush separately, an airline for it, and all the adapters for a small construction compressor (with a tank) instead of the an air brush compressor. Its cheaper, and you don't get the PSI loss when you first hit the trigger that you get with tankless airbrush compressors. Plus most small constructions compressors have a regulator right on them. You will (eventually) need a water separator for the compressor, but you should be good without it for a few months as long as you don't leave it running when you aren't using it.
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