>>8871305>something with a smaller nozzle than .35https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B07XC623FM/
or nothing.>>8871328>.2 needle will struggle spraying primers and metallics
True, you'll need a separate brush for that.>there are sorta very few times in this hobby that you need super fine airbrush precision anyway
That's where you're wrong. Small nozzle does not just mean fine details it also means fine atomization. That means you can lay down much thinner coats.
I painted pic related entirely with a 0.18mm brush (except for the aluminum) and if I hadn't I never would have known how great MrColor coverage truly is. I used 1/3 to 1/2 of the amount of paint I would have normally used and got a better result (sharper surface details).