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The dowel rods in a 2x4 idea is much nicer than my own variant - the long nails in a styrofoam block method.


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Primed figures

Here are some of Steve's 15mm Roman Auxillia on painting sticks, primed and ready for paint. The sticks are dowel rods. "I can spin them around for easier painting," says Steve, "and I stick them in holes drilled in a 2x4 and grab the next one."

Early Russians on the basing board

Another project from Steve's workbench: An Early Russian DBA army is being based and flocked on his basing boards.

Close-up of figures on the basing board

"I use them so I can slop paint on my stands," says Steve, "and still be able to move them around."

Medieval DBA camp

And this is a Medieval DBA camp that Steve made.

DBA army storage

Steve has an elegant storage system for his DBA armies. "I put magnets on the bottom of the plastic trays and metal stands," says Steve, "so things don't shift around during transport. This box can hold 10 DBA armies, plus some camps, dice, rulers, and rules."