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Using an airbrush to apply underglaze (or glaze) is a great way to add color and patterns to your pottery. It also is one of the easiest ways to create gradient color or the ombre effect. This technique can be used for glaze as well, but I find it better suited to underglazes.
Tools & Materials
Underglaze or Glaze
Paasche Airbrush with H5 Nozzle Installed
1/4" Male Connector
4oz Air Brush Bottles
1 Gallon Air Compressor (or any you have)
Half Mask Respirator with P100 Cartridges
Bucket of Water
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