The quality will depend on how much you prep your surface to achieve adhesion of paint to the surface. I run a permanent spread of about 350 decoys of which 200 are pintails. I power wash my decoys annually after the season. I touch up the whites and black of my decoys annually using Fusion. My blind is about 1/4 from the road. When I look down, the white catches my eye. Plenty of ducks died over the herters block painted decoys. Yes you can airbrush and they look great, but really only for you. It takes me about a day to prep, freshen up with paint and be done with my spread using rattle cans and don't think my results would go up if I used an Airbrush. I use the paints Mean Gene references when I paint my flocked full body specs and they look great.