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  1. My wife graciously allowed me to redo an area in our basement that was the previous owner's pool room as a gaming/painting area. Finally got the walls reainted from their ugly green, and my cabinets and countertop for my painting station installed. Oh, and TV with Roku installed. Next up is the paint rack for my extensive collection of craft paints. The painting station: Reaper paints are in the drawer to my immediate left. My craft paint collection: A Wire mesh cube rack from Amazon that I'll be converting to a wall mounted paint rack using 3d p
  2. 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
  3. I'm in desperate need of organizing my work area. While cleaning, I found a small stack of foam core sheets. So, I formed a plan to get rid of some foam core sheets, open up some storage, and organize my painting area, all at the same time. Here's the project, presented wordlessly: Darn. I've run out of storage space already. I think I'll have to make a second one at least, what with more paint coming in from mail order and Reaper Kickstarters. Dimensions are 15" wide by 13" deep by 12-1/2" tall with a capacity of 126 bottles. Total material use
  4. Like so many other addicts, I found my self just buying whatever I could to add more to my collection of hobby supplies. A paint brush here, a sculpting tool there, ooohh..Hey look a new color of paint !!!! Ok- Just me?!? Anyhue, I was wondering what the rest of the community uses to keep track of what they have and dont have, or want and really really need?!? I myself have found a phone app for the android called "DVD Shelf" - by Dion Harding. Its a wonderful app, and being the Database geek that I am, I found it even more useful when I discovered you can customize fields and add / r
  5. Massive Voodoo just came out with an Indiegogo campaign for an Ultimate Paint Rack that they designed for painters to be able to use at home and/or travel with. It's pretty cool, all the EB are already gone and they are almost to fulfillment.
  6. I HAD to clean up my hobby bench, and the best way I figured I could do it was by moving my paints and other supplies up on the wall. This video is how I did it.
  7. Ever so slowly since i began painting minis (i've only painted a few, total newb) the corner of my desk has become more and more crowded. I had seen a posting a while back where a guy made a paint rack out of a few planks and some spacers... so i decided to do something similiar to at least get the paints off my desk (that is until the new game room is done ...more on that later) So i grabbed a couple pieces of red oak today, measuring 9x36 each... i fastened them together with connecter bolts (from the rear) and into these grabby socket things (technical term i know) so that i wouldn't
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