Perhaps most importantly, you don't really need any airbrushing skills to use the Copic to make cooler flies and lures. I certainly don't have any (see photo), but a little mesh netting, a dot here and a dot there, and you've got some pretty nice accents on your bugs. I'm hoping I'll get better over time. The air can, if you're wondering, has about 45 minutes worth of juice, which should last a while considering how little you actually spray on each fly. What's also great is the price. For about $75, you get the complete kit, icluding gun, one big air can, and a smaller can with a hose that connects to a compressor. Grab you some markers (which vary in price based on sets versus individuals) and off you go. Now, my plan was to shoot a little tutorial video on how this works, but then I realized my buddy Brian Wise at Fly Fishing The Ozarks beat me to it, and I will not be able to produce a more thorough video, especially considering Brian is far more talented. Check it out, and have a great weekend.