Hi there. Well, winter is in full swing. I use various spray paints often when customizing, most of which say not to spray under 40 degrees. Not to mention painting in below 20 degree weather makes my pee pee shrink. Now, I can still manage to step right outside my door (3rd floor) and quickly get a coat on a part with no problems, but this situation has caused me to greatly rethink buying an airbrush. Living in an apt, I had never seriously considered an airbrush. I just use various forms of car paints, like Dupli color, or Krylon Fusion with good results so I can be mobile and take them outside. With no garage or ventilated workspace, I'm not sure if it's possible to even use an airbrush indoors. I have a walk in pantry that I don't use, and last week I tried out an idea; I used large garbage bags, put them around the walls of the pantry with tacks, and placed flat cardboard boxes on the tile floor. There was more than enough room to spray with the door closed, I protected the walls/floor from any overspray, but alas, even with a mask or tshirt around my face, the vapor was unbearable. Then I thought perhaps the main issue there was the fact that I was spraying car paint and krylon, and when I thought about it, any standard acrylics like Model Master or Tamiya don't seem to have that large amount of toxic vapor and could be bearable with an airbrush in such an environment. So, thusly, I'd appreciate any suggestions on airbrushing and apartment life. Thanks for your time!