As a result of I am stil working on the picture (now the couple... and gods, Kimonos may cause a trauma XD ) and because the whole thing nonetheless bugs me. I'll say that I have been using the Harbor Freight airbrush compressor for a few years now with good outcomes. So, here is some basics on what you want in case you're buying an airbrush for modelling. These are the three commonest "feed styles" for airbrushes - feed fashion refers to the manner during which the paint is "fed" from the storage reservoir into the airbrush:
The pigment is put into the cup, and when the set off is pressed the Venturi effect causes the paint to journey into the stem, then into the airbrush. This sort of airbrush is generally meant for medical illustrators, photo retouchers, and so forth. - the cup is located on the facet since they're typically doing extraordinarily nice precision work, they can hunker down and look immediately down the barrel of the airbrush to see what they're doing.