Shop looks sweet!! NOW I understand!!! You still have a huge collection that will keep you very busy!!
You should snatch one up, so handy when it comes to decals, masking and testing semi transparent surfaces. Best part of all it puts a super horror movie glow up your face if you want to look more dramatic when you play with your toys!Having been a drafter from the old days, I've spent a few hours over a light table... we have several nice big ones at work that don't get used anymore.... hmmmm.
Ahhh yes, you've spotted some of the new model collection Jim.Shop looks sweet!! NOW I understand!!! You still have a huge collection that will keep you very busy!!
Thanks Rick, I thrive in organization. The tricky part for me is telling myself to stop working to tidy up. As it gets progressively messier through a project I get a little wired and uncomfortable. Gotta keep things relaxed and need to be able to reach for a tool and not search for a tool.Man, thats an organized little spot you've got there Kev.
Looks really inviting. You always make stuff so clean and nice looking.
Neat new booth too.
Hey, is that a candle burning on the left, 5 pics up? I usually have one going when i'm painting, it helps eat up some smell.
I was going to mention that idea to ya but it seems you know already.
I'm excited to use the booth. For sure I'll be wrapping the inside, need to stop in and grab some waxed masking paper from the auto supply. You think I'll need to vent outside? I'm only spraying acrylics in very small volumes, nothing toxic. Was planning as a backup to send the vent down into a 5 gal bucket (water filter) if particles make it past the built in filter.I've started using a Lampe Berger for reducing odour, it's nice to have a clean smell going on.
By the way, I've got the same booth Kev, and do yourself two favours. 1. Tape newspaper or scrap paper on the interior walls so overpay doesn't coat everything in and around the booth and 2. Vent it outside. You'll thank yourself later.
Love the level of organization. The paint holders alone do it for me.
That's why we get on so well my friend... why stroll in and pace yourself when you can run in and and get at it right snappy. Man you should have seen last night and the night before wiring the LED strips... what a nightmare. Ripped them all out and redid them last night. Now they and I have come to an agreement they're pretty rad looking and affordable (even if you have to do them twice)Kev,
You are hilarious, I love how you just switched gears and went full force into the other end of the hobby. I admire how full throttle you are about everything, and my god did you ever stack your empty shelves quickly. Can't wait to see the work area in person, looks pretty slick I may have to steal some ideas for my workbench.
That's now way to have to live!Wow wow wow!!!! All I have is the dining table which I have to clear everytime I use it.
That is a stunning work area, looking forward to seeing the first new item thats finished on that table