Where do you actually airbrush? At the easel, on a desk or workbench, or on the living room table? The Rolls Royce among airbrush workstations is currently the VsionAir Airbrush Station. The modular system is, so to speak, an easel 2.0: The basis is a magnetic board to which templates or paper can be easily attached by magnet. The board stands on two rails on which it can be flexibly tilted and moved forwards and backwards. It can be placed directly on the table or, with additional accessories, mounted on a tripod stand or fixed to the table.
Accessories is the keyword at Vsionair: The basic board is enclosed in a metal rail on which all kinds of practical things can be mounted: Airbrush holders, cup holders, bottle and brush holders, a clipboard for templates, notes or a tablet. There is also an additional rig for installing lighting and a camera. The board can also be interchanged with other jigs for motorcycle parts, helmets, skateboards or guitars, for example, which are otherwise impractical to store and hold when painting. The Vsionair system is designed to accompany the complete work process from start to finish – from preparation work to painting process, clear coat and even polishing, in the paint booth, in the studio or at home. Everything should be within reach for fast and convenient work.
Available at www.vsionair.com.
If you want to know more about VsionAir, you can find the interview with VsionAir inventor Derek Stainton in Airbrush Step by Step No. 62, 01/22.