Where I Keep my kits
and work on them

UPDATED 09/14/19

In 2018, we moved. At the end of the year I finally got started on setting up my new work-space for my hobby.
To see where I worked, stored my kits, and displayed them before the move, go to the old page for that.

This is the new and improved set up.
For the foreseeable future, this section will be devoted to showing the progress of setting up my new workspace.
As well as setting up my new display space and kit storage.

So, join me, as I tranform this
My workshop
into a useable work area.

My workshop
Click this link to see how I built it.
Dec 2018
First order of buisness was someplace for all my spray paint.
I don't airbrush yet, as I never had a dedicated work area.
So I have depended on spray paint for base coating and large area coverage.
It was first, so I could eliminate all the boxes of spray paint I already had.

As you can see, this provides plenty of storage, and makes it easy to find what I need.
Very bottom shelf is for gloss paints, the one above it is for my primers, and clear-flat.
Needed someplace to store lots of cans of the same color/type. Plenty of depth and storage.

The other 7 shelves allow me to see, store, and organize all the rest.
Sorted by color, with the metalics above. It even allows me to store all my other stuff for
regular household use. Like penetrating oil, grease, spray foam, spray glue, and caulking.
As well as specialty paints like high temp, rust inhibiting, and waterproofing.
My workbench
Click this link to see how I built it.
Feb 2019
Next, I need a workbench to do the work on.
Kit storage
Click this link to see how I built it.
Sept 2019
Kit storage.
Might be a bit premature, but I started unpacking some of my kits.