Hot Selling for Dual Action Airbrush Kit for Hobby Model Tattoo AB-130 to Jordan Importers

Hot Selling for Dual Action Airbrush Kit for Hobby Model Tattoo AB-130 to Jordan Importers

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Airbrush Model: AB-130 Specification: Nozzle Diameter: 0.3mmFluid Cup Capacity: 7ccOperating Pressure: 15-30 PSISwitch Mode: Dual-Action Trigger ControlPaint Distance: 50 ~ 100mmLength of Spray Pen: 6.02 inch / 15.3 cmWeight: 280 g / 9.87 ozColor: Black, Silver Carton Dimension: 41x36x29 CM PCS/CTN: 30   N.W./G.W.: 9.2/11.2 KG   Carton Dimension 41x36x29 CM PCS/CTN 30 N.W./G.W. 9.2/11.2 KG   Airbrush makeupAirbrush is makeup sprayed onto the skin using an airbrus...


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Airbrush

Model: AB-130

Specification:

Nozzle Diameter: 0.3mm
Fluid Cup Capacity: 7cc
Operating Pressure: 15-30 PSI
Switch Mode: Dual-Action Trigger Control
Paint Distance: 50 ~ 100mm
Length of Spray Pen: 6.02 inch / 15.3 cm
Weight: 280 g / 9.87 oz
Color: Black, Silver

Carton Dimension: 41x36x29 CM

PCS/CTN: 30  

N.W./G.W.: 9.2/11.2 KG

 

Carton Dimension 41x36x29 CM
PCS/CTN 30
N.W./G.W. 9.2/11.2 KG

 

Airbrush makeup
Airbrush is makeup sprayed onto the skin using an airbrush instead of using with brushes, fingers, or other things. An airbrush is characterized by 3 major parts. A powered compressor is used to create an even and controllable airflow through a medical grade hose. The hose connects to a metal, trigger-actioned gun. An airbrush system can be altered to suit every type of makeup application. It is popular in film, theater, bridal makeup, ect. Systems designed for personal cosmetic use in the home are also available. Airbrush systems designed for home use are usually smaller and work at a lower pressures than systems used in industrial applications.
 
 
Airbrush tattoo

Airbrush Temporary Tattoo has more than twenty years of history, but it has only been in the past couple of years that it has really grown. With hundreds of designs and an extensive range of colors, it is the way to ensure a considerable profit potential indeed. Airbrush Tattoo is very popular with many young people and it provides them with the opportunity to be daring, confident, uninhibited and fashionable. From intimate gatherings to the grandest festivities, temporary airbrush tattoo has played a very important role in the entertainments.

 
 


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    TABLE OF CONTENTS:
    (If you are on Windows, command = control)
    1:12 – My equipment
    2:30 – Accessing Panels (keypad, mixer, keyboard, navigator etc.)
    2:55 – The “ribbon”
    3:14 – Note input
    4:36 – Toggle note entry mode shortcut: N
    5:14 – Slurs: S Spacebar to extend (other articulations are on 1st and 4th pages of keypad)
    5:55 – Selection Modes: Clicking in empty space of measure selects contents of measure (blue), Command-clicking empty space selects the measure itself (purple). Hold shift to select everything in between two staves; hold command to select two individual staves.
    7:21 – Hairpins: crescendo: H, decrescendo: Shift H
    8:45 – Hairpins from/to niente, and making dynamics play back properly (create “dummy” dynamic marking then hide (see below)
    9:20 – Hide any object: Shift Command H
    9:32 – Inputting lyrics: Command L; 2nd lyrics line is Alt Command L
    11:16 – Magnetic layout
    14:42 – Dynamics/expression text: Command E, and when typing in dynamic markings hold down command key for correct font. Additionally, whenever in any text entry mode, right-click for extra options & symbols
    17:21 – Entering rests: (0 on 1st page of keypad)
    17:47 – Pickup measures: delete unnecessary rests in the measure to hide them, then horizontally scoot “pickup” notes as far too the left as possible
    18:50 – Beaming & stemlets: 3rd page of keypad
    19:48 – Changing default beaming in a time signature: Ribbon–Home–Time Signature–More Options–Beam and Rest Groups
    22:09 – Toggle transposing score (under home section of ribbon): Shift Command T
    24:28 – Accessing individual parts: W
    25:13 – Toggle multirests: Shift Command N
    26:16 – Viewing specific selections of instruments: Alt Command F (to return to full view, select any empty part of score and use same shortcut)
    27:16 – Adding measures: Command B to add measure at end of score; Shift Command B to add insert measure after selection
    27:53 – Note re-input: Alt Shift N
    28:36 – Repeat selection: R
    29:43 – Respell accidental: Return/Enter
    30:43 – Turning off key signatures for transposing instruments
    31:42 – Ossia staves
    32:50 – Bulk-selecting specific entities using filters + rant
    35:29 – Whiting-out text background and placing on top of staff
    37:07 – Tuplets: Command Number
    39:05 – Cross-staff notes: Shift Command Up/Down
    39:26 – Panorama view
    41:13 – Doubling/halving note value
    43:16 – Pedal markings
    44:15 – Raise/lower notes by an octave: Command Up/Down
    45:34 – Cue-sizing notes and symbols
    48:26 – Add note names
    51:24 – Grace notes
    52:28 – Extrapolating chord into parts and vice versa (explode/reduce)
    54:35 – Technique text entry: Command T (pizzicato, con sordina, arco, etc.)
    56:25 – Tempo text, metronome markings and metric modulation
    57:50 – Chord symbols: Command K
    59:44 – Rehearsal marks: Command R
    1:01:32 – Mixer & adjusting reverb
    1:02:20 – Live tempo
    1:03:23 – Performance/playback preferences
    1:04:09 – Harp pedal diagrams
    1:05:36 – Hide empty staves: Ribbon–Layout
    1:07:35 – Staff size & layout options
    1:08:02 – Page & system breaks
    1:03:40 – Hiding/showing various….thingiemabobbys
    1:09:09 – Changing background texture
    1:10:27 – Highlighting & commenting: Ribbon–Review
    1:11:17 – Two voices on one stave (see pinned comment for faster method of applying dynamics to multiple voices)
    1:13:45 – Color notes: Command J

    ADDITIONAL SHORTCUTS/TIPS I FORGOT TO MENTION:

    1. Inspector: Shift Command I
    2. In order to add a note by a specific interval above or below another note, select the note then just type the number of the interval; to put the interval beneath hold down the shift key while doing this
    3. Automatically slur all melismas when writing vocal music: Ribbon–Text–Plugins–Add Slurs to Lyrics
    4. Zooming in & out of score: Command +/-
    5. Make sure you take extra advantage of “Filters” under the “Home” section of the ribbon, they can save so much time; for example, you can bulk select on the tuplets in a score and hide the brackets.
    6. Make into system: Alt Shift M; make into page: Alt Shift Command M
    7. Shortcut for cue size is on 2nd page of keypad
    8. Move from bar to bar: Command-Arrow key
    9. Turn off note entry while keeping note selected: Escape

    Additional shortcuts: https://www.sibelius.com/helpcenter/hintsandtips/G7Hints&Tips_Shortcuts.pdf

    Lyric Hyphenator: https://juiciobrennan.com/hyphenator/

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