first let me say thank you all for the replies. I was really pumped up to get started airbrushing. Thinking with knowledge of painting full sized cars that it would help. Gotta think small now! time this past weekend was a disaster turned learning lesson. Used spray can duplicolor grey primer earlier in the week. Paint day was maybe too cool to started too early at 63 degrees. Sprayed house of kolor orion silver that was ready to spray for an airbrush. It sprayed beautifully at 30psi. Let it sit about an hour and it felt dry. Then topped it with some autoair candy 2.0 blood red, same psi. Wow it was like red chromed finish. It started to wrinkle up so I moved it into the sun, had turned to about 72 degrees now. Photo looks better than actual model. Still had slight wrinkles but figured it was a learning lesson. Cleared with can tamily ts13. It sort of looks like old dried alligator skin now. Guess I need to slow down and allow more time between colors, coats, etc. Did learn to clean my airbrush really well. Getting another donor model ready to try again. Any ideas or any step by step tutorials? thanks!