|Not so good for painting|
|Paper screen, with some new lamps|
|6mm MDF, the gentlemans MDF, with initial markings|
|A not so gentlemanly saw, not the best for straight lines|
Then I started on the shelves. And broke the scroll saw blade. It was the last one. Given it was late in the day my options were give up for now, or to say stuff it once more and just use the jig saw. I said stuff it. Using all my powers of bodgery I cut out 13 nearly squared shelf pieces.
|Completed, rough but sturdy|
|Fits MIG powder pots and larger ink pots|
|Fits nicely in the shelf, with room for another|
I've also put the plans I used here under a copy left licence so they are free to use for non commercial use. Although I didn't use their work, I was inspired by them, so I feel I should give a shout to http://www.miniaturescenery.com/ who sell paint racks. They are much more polished that mine, but won't fit large bottles or jars. Also a shout out to Roman at Massive Voodoo for getting wrong before me and making sure I put a lip on the front of my shelves.
|Deconstruction with missing left side - note the back brace|
|Parts plan with parts counts|
|DIY Paint Rack by James Gorman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.|