Want a kicking setup for one of many best-looking paint stations on the market!? Check out the brand new Paint Chest by Frontier Wargaming.
Recently I bought my palms on this lovely
storage choice piece of artwork to carry my paint assortment. It is completely beautiful. Frontier Wargaming despatched it to me for overview functions in response to a problem I bumped into – I ran out of house for paint in my outdated setup. I went with the Paint Chest because it holds my total assortment in a conveyable paint case that I can select to go away on my paint desk or transfer round. Even higher, all of the cabinets in it are absolutely suitable with the Paint Case 2.0.
It suits nicely with my present arrange in addition to being moveable. If you have an interest in that Inllab Paint Shaker on my desk, I’ve a overview of it right here, and there’s a overview of the sunshine right here.
Let’s Take a Closer Look…
Wrapping it up…
This Paint Chest by Frontier Wargaming is beautiful! It holds 256 dropper bottles of paint or 144 Citadel paints in its normal configuration. You may even change the load out so it might probably maintain extra paint, or be used as a magnetic transport case in your miniatures. It is price a glance if you’re searching for one thing to retailer or maintain your paints. They even do customized ingraving.
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