Re: Airbrushing Water-Base Paints

Tim O'Connor

Not the same thing Brian. A caddy is for one or two items. It has to take up minimal workspace.

On 9/26/2022 3:51 PM, Brian Carlson via wrote:

Tom you mean like these.!/Masonite-Products/c/40570092/offset=0&sort=normal

Brian J. Carlson 

On Sep 26, 2022, at 2:14 PM, Tim O'Connor <timboconnor@...> wrote:
Those are great! You probably could sell them on Ebay (or Amazon!) to modelers -- sized for each brand. :-)

On 9/26/2022 2:08 PM, Nelson Moyer wrote:

After knocking over a few bottles of paint and Tenax, I made  caddies with wide bases to hold the different sizes of paint and glue bottles I use. I drilled through the top piece, then glued that piece onto a base block. I only use Vallejo once to get the right color of red on a Cudahy reefer ends and roof, so I haven’t made a caddie for Vallejo bottles yet. Most of my painting is airbrushing in the paint booth, and I don’t use the caddies there, just when painting at the workbench. I also use a caddie to hold Micro Set and Micro Sol, which are especially prone to getting knocked over without support. The photos shows my caddie collection.


Nelson Moyer


From: <> On Behalf Of Jeff Skeels
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2022 11:37 AM
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] Airbrushing Water-Base Paints


Thanks Nelson,  that's basically, what I have been doing, but my mixing tools aren't quite as sophisticated.  Actually, I have on occasion spilled paint while pulling the dropper portion  off of the bottle. I'm  looking at a method of mixing that avoids pulling the dropper or hand shaking.  I have some thoughts on what I may experiment  with and will share with the group if I succeed.




Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts

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