Last winter I had felt a little dizzy after I had used my airbrush indoors. That was the reason I was working only outdoors during the summer months.
I gave it another try indoors Tuesday afternoon with a mask on, an opened window and a running fan.
This is the same homemade spray booth I have used. I took this picture after my airbrushing session with just a little dizzy feeling again.
My North American Harvard had been waiting since early 2020 for its RCAF decals. I had found some leftover decals but I was not happy with the result as well as the shade of yellow I had used.
This would have been the shade I wanted.
So I decided Tuesday to repaint it. This is how the Harvard looked in June when the spurious decals were removed.
After I had masked the Harvard, I sprayed a white basecoat to cover the yellow.
However it did not cover as much as I first thought.
It is now sitting there with a homemade batch of yellow waiting for a second basecoat.
I wonder if my airbrush will stay idle more than just one day,
I am also thinking about my spray booth set up which will be completely useless for painting my large He 111H-3 once I get there.