Painting Station holds 20 of the Vallejo and Army Painter style dropper bottles, one small brush rinse water cup and 28 brushes, files, etc.
Assembled unit measures 16" wide, 11" deep and 3 1/2" tall. This is perfect size for putting away on a bookshelf, under your bed or in a cupboard when you are not using it. Perfect for people that want to work at their desk, on the dining room table, the coffee table while watching TV, or if you just want to keep your workbench clutter free while switching between painting jobs. Also great for people that have small children and want to put their paints away to keep their little hands from getting into them.
Made from 1/8" MDF. Assembly and painting (if desired) is required.
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Great design, good price, and really easy to put together. This was even easier then the paint transport boxes. Seems to be very sturdy and I only used Elmer's glue. Its great to have everything at hand and it really makes a difference to be able to sort your brushes and not just put them in a cup. Now I can put the paints that I'll be using for a project right out in front of me.Too bad we can't do anything about basing materials but the size and type vary too much.
I use mainly dropper style paints. There are enough paint bottle spots and brush holders to hold what you need for your current work in progress. I like that it is light and easy to move even with the drawers and light added on.
Like the other reviews say, this is great. I had the video plating on my iPad while I was assembling it, which made it pretty easy. It was nice to finally replace all the makeshift tool and paint holder I had made myself. This station is sleek, organized and well designed. Now I'm thinking about adding the LED lighting system. I wish they had offered the water cup when I ordered mine. I'll add it to my next order. I'd absolutely recommend this to a friend.
Pratique et peu encombrant
This was exactly what I needed: a workstation to hold lots of paint & brushes that is easily portable. I can easily work on my models from the dining room table without going into the other room to get missing materials but can also just move everything out of the way when I am done. I was really easy to assemble, I used Gorilla wood glue and it is more sturdy than I had hoped for. I have no worries about breakage even when I have it fully loaded with paints, tools, models and even my helping hands magnifier made of metal.