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By Cranky Dog
In just a few hours, I'll be flying out to meet up with my mother, and then come Sunday morning, we'll be spending 18 days in Japan!
Ergo, my presence on the board will be sparse, and I'm missing ReaperCon.
With the travel group, we'll be going to Tokyo, and then go south. With stops at Mt.Fuji, Nagano, Osaka, Kyoto, Nagasaki, Kobe, Hiroshima, and several other places.
I plane on bringing back oodles of uniquely Japanese souvenirs. I'm particularly curious about their 200 flavors of Kit Kat bars. If I can find myself a nice nakiri vegetable knife, I'll be happy.
A carry case for up to 162 paints, miniatures, tools, which transforms into a full painting station, complete with lamp & work area.
We all have the problem of shoeboxes or other messy ways of transporting and storing our paints, and have to search for the right paint longer than it takes to paint the miniature.
When traveling and wanting to work on your miniatures, or not having a dedicated work area at home, the Portable Paint Station is the solution.
It will keep your paints, tools, miniatures & other items safe during transport, and transforms into a complete work station within minutes.
It is designed so that during transport, not even a paper clip could fall out of the box.
Your paints are always in the same spot, no matter where you are, the optional daylight LED lamp makes you independent of light conditions and you have everything you need in one easy to carry box.
This Portable Paint Station lets you work faster & concentrate on the important things. Different sizes to fit everyoneâ€™s needs.
holds up to 162 paints (depending on version) easy to carry with hand grip or optional shoulder strap space for different sized miniatures - up to 32mm / 50mm base size space for tools & modeling bits optional daylight lamp, brush holder, wet palette, cutting mat(s), shoulder strap & more. optional expansion modules for your home paints by The Army Painter All items are precision-laser cut. Made in Germany. Production & shipping is from Germany.
This really has me interested. I always want a table that I can work with, and a 4x6 portable table is an awesome idea. My only concern with the table is that it is made with mdf, but the idea is solid and I think. If it's glossy mdf, it could be sealed (I asked to make sure, will reply in this thread if the answer is yes). I think it's a great idea and, for those of us with little space, it's a great solution.
So as I am gathering things together to take to Reapercon, one of the things I pretty much need is a travel light....
I am looking at Ott lights, because I love how they work at home on my painting desk, and I have seen most of the members of NEMPA bring them to paint days....
So I am looking on the River site at the OttLite 290089 LED Handheld Task Lamp, and am wondering
A- can I also use an AC adapter power source with this? (The page lists on in the bought together, but it is from Nokia? )
B- are the little LED lights better than / worse than / equal to the 13w fluorescent bulb in the OttLite 515003 Battery Task Lamp model?
So opinions and experiences with these, or recommendations for others, would be awesome!
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