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  1. So after too many years of painting with my bottles just in boxes or standing around on my shelf of shame or in various drawers, I have finally at much cost of labor made paint organizers! BEHOLD! I made these to hold up to 204 Reaper dropper sized bottles (Army Painter and Vallejo fit too). They aren't the only ones I use by any means, but they're the bulk of my paint collection. Wasn't the hardest thing in the world, but honestly I might try another method if I do this again. Right now the units are loose, probably going to lean them on the wall--eventually I would put suppor
  2. Recently some of the games I have acquired come with so many boxes of extra figures that I don't know what to do with them all. The game boxes themselves have the plastic tray inserts in them that are made to hold just the base game figures which is nice but... It poses the problem for me that if I want to use an expansion or anything I have to carry multiple bulky boxes. How do you folks deal? I'm just running out of space for all these game boxes.
  3. Hey Everyone, first let me say thanks to all the great people who visited us at ReaperCon. You guys definitely made it our best Con yet. We sold out for the 3rd Straight year. We always love coming to ReaperCon! Now it is time for us try again to restock and continue to make the best storage and display solution for miniatures on the Market, No Foam required. Our latest Kickstarter has launched, and this version of the Clear XCase will be better, stronger, faster...OK, maybe not faster, but definitely better and stronger. These units are able to withstand pretty much any normal usa
  4. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/portablewarfare/the-sergeant-20-miniatures-storage-bag? A minis/painting station transport bag from Portable Warfare with modular selection of foam insert trays. I'm interested...though I've never been one for the rigid transport cases (personal opinion) and hey mobile paint station possibility too.
  5. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/732737466/miniatures-vault?ref=discovery About Miniatures Vault Great for all Metal and plastic Miniatures, as used in RPG systems and table top WarGames. Medium Miniatures Tray We have already made several test samples that have been sold. This is an opportunity to lower prices and mass produce these boxes for anyone who would like one! Small Miniatures Tray Holds up to 114 Miniatures! Very Compact 12"x 9"x 4" Design High quality, much like co
  6. About Want to upgrade your game storage from merely functional to multi-functional? From bearable to beautiful? From disposable to indispensable? That's why we designed the Cabinet Game Table! It’s a Game Cabinet The storage is specifically for games. Shelves designed to hold game boxes on their edge for easier access. Six smaller drawers for dice, cards, and other accessories. A bookshelf for game books (such as RPGs) up to 11” tall—with extra depth so the spines are protected in the interior. Two larger drawers for anything too big for the smaller ones. And d
  7. Hi all! I haven't posted here in a while as I had to take a break from painting to do some remodeling on my house. That was two years ago. Finally able to get back to this hobby I love so I wanted to organize my paint desk some. I designed some paint racks to store my mini paints and figured that someone else might benefit from them as well. I posted them on Thingiverse for all to use. Totally free and open source!! I am adding to them as people ask for additional brands of paint and other configurations. If anyone prints them and needs some changes or additional options ju
  8. How do others carry their minis? For my Reaper and other brands I use a 6 tray tackle box. My 40K figures I use a different style case. I however I love the trusty tackle box. I disassembled mine and lined the trays with foam sheets.
  9. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rwgdesign/hardwood-storage-solutions-deck-boxes-dandd-board?ref=category_newest Double Dice Storage/Rolling Trays, Bit Boxes, Minature Storage, Card Storage for 3600 Double Sleeved Cards, Game Accessories, Mix/Match About this project About this project Introduction Hey there guys and gals! Roger here again to talk to you a bit about your personal storage needs for all of your games and components. What I've come up with this time around is a series of hardwood boxes in several sizes, with a variety
  10. While fixing up the hobby room for the fiancee we came across the age old problem of Not Enough Places to Put Things. She likes to do acrylic canvas painting and I like to use the craft paints for terrain so we have a bit. We both like seeing what colors we have available as we work on a project and I wanted something that wouldn't clutter the work table or take up valuable shelf space. We've got several big windows in the room and while the natural light is great, the limit the amount of shelves we can have. I opped to try and make use of some of the dead space created by the window frames.
  11. I'm just getting into painting and have outgrown the little chessex box that I originally purchased - that and I now have a few that are just too big ( 02599 - Frorigh Frost Giant, 03749 - Succubus, 02263 - Trezzna and 03184 - Varessh, Female Demon so far) for the 'standard' sized little storage slots. Also, there are a few that I want to be able to display and without having to go crazy trying to keep them all dusted. I have a spare chessex dice box that seems to be about the right size for the average mini, but some have longer swords, or like the Succubus, wings that need more space.
  12. I will be building 2 custom 12*9*1 foam storage trays for my metal minis, using foam, felt, foamcore. Yesterday I applied felt to the first side of the foamcore base. Today I will apply felt to the other side. This will give a sturdy base and something soft for the minis to rest on. Second side is so that I can layer them and worry less about scratching. Total cost materials glue, 5$ foam, 1$ felt, 1$ foamcore. Bonus, I have trays that will fit in my fancy Muji storage boxes. Photos later.
  13. The future of board game storage. A space saving, easy traveling, super affordable, board game storage solution. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/game-ovations/bitbox-space-saving-easy-traveling-board-game-stor?ref=friends_backed
  14. Almost unlimited storage possibilities from one basic set. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/opticalpower/game-store-pro?ref=category_newest
  15. I decided it was time to upgrade the shelving system: Those aren't finished, I plan on getting one more sand shelf. The old storage for these has been put to use for board games:
  16. I've been looking at various paint racks and their costs. After looking around a bit I decided to try my hand at making one. I'm intentionally trying to do this without power tools to make it as easy as possible for people with limited resources. Tools: 2" C clamp Ruler Razor Knife Coping saw Hammer Components: Wood Glue 2 boards 1/4" x 2" x 48" (actual 1/4" x 1.5" x 48") for outer box 1 1/4 in. x 3/4 in. x 96 in. Pine Moulding 8 fet 1/4 x 1 1/8 Pine Lattice Moulding 1 sheet 1/4'' x 12'' x 24'' Aircraft grade birch craft plywood Brad Nails Cost (ex
  17. So I'm currently using one of these for storage of my Bones, D&D Minis, and Pathfinder Battles miniatures: I find it very difficult to keep things separate and safe; currently I just separate everything by way of Ziploc baggies or homemade cardboard dividers in the drawers. Some of the top drawers are so full that I don't know what to do when my Bones 2 arrive (and they sometimes get stuck when I pull/push the drawer), and several of my Ziploc baggies are close to bursting with the amount of minis inside of them so I'm out of space with my current storage idea. I'd really like a
  18. I am moving to another city to look for work, and can't take my paints because there isn't enough room in my sister's apartment to store or use them (plus she would kill me if paint got on anything). I am planning to store them with my other things at my parents' house until I get myself settled, which could be between 6-9 months, possibly longer in a worst case scenario. I've got a mix of paints, mostly Vallejo, P3, some RMS, a few Coat d'Arms. Right now they are being stored in the basement, sealed tight. I am anticipating at least one trip home during that period, and I intend to give t
  19. I took a night off from painting to get myself organised a bit. See, I have one of those 4 drawer plastic carts (without the wheels) that I use for most of my art supplies. All of my mini paints are tossed in one of those drawers and every time I open the drawer, they fall over. On top of that, all of the lids look basically the same so it's hard to tell which brand I am grabbing and don't even get me started on how hard it is to find my brown liner when I need it. So, I took a trip to my local dollar store and bought some supplies and made something to help organize my paints so that I ca
  20. Recieved april 11th, finished unboxing after only 2 days! I sorted out all the minis I wanted to painted that would fit in the case. after about 2 weeks: Here are 2 of my early heroes. I love the scroll, and folds in the robes, but hate the faces. after about a month: koboolds, goblins, 10 adventures are painted. At least a few are on a shelf of shame, waiting fixes Goblins the goblins seemed very paint friendly, with large eyes, protruding eyeballs, and interesting details, but something went wrong. advice is welcome.
  21. So, I am trying to organize my painting area better. I recently made a new box that has room for over 100 bottles of paint, organized by colour, so the first problem is sorted out. The second is my brushes. Are there any tips on how they should be stored to prevent problems, and still have them at hand?
  22. Okay! I'm not a gamer, and I'm starting to see that I'm creating a monster... I'm about to have these wonderful (in my eye at least) miniatures that I've poured blood, sweat, and tears into, and I need a way to keep them hail and hearty! I have a 6yr. old, a 2yr. old, a Main Coon Cat, and a new Beagle that thinks everything in the house belongs to him. What methods do you guys use to display/protect your miniatures when you're not messing with them? I've seen the large (and expensive!) gamer cases used to bring minis to and fro, but I really wouldn't get the use out of it to justify the pr
  23. I figured out that I am now over 100 paints, 83 unique, from Reaper. So, I bought the paint caddy and stuffed all of them in... Took them out, arranged them by number... Took them out and arranged them by color.... Now, they are back on the work table... Taking up a ton of space, which was the reason to order the caddy... I already have vertical storage for the 2 oz and 4 oz craft paints I paint terrain, and I am not pleased with that. Maybe I am being too finicky. How do you store your paint and still have access to paint. Ultimate goal is to be able to multi task the space I
  24. With a double vampire sitting on my kitchen table, and not really wanting to just push them back in the boxes, what methods ate you going to use to easily find the figure you want? I thought amount monsters in one Baggie, chronoscopes and IMEF types in another, armored in another, casters, etc... Not sure I will ever be satisfied with what I choose, but dumping them back after 2+hours of sorting is NOT going to happen.
  25. So my wife really outdid herself this year....
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