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Finishing off my HobbyZone Workstation

In this post, I discuss the last few modules of my HobbyZone Modular Workshop System. For the sake of simplicity, I am going to call it my HobbyZone Workstation for this post. For those that don’t know, I love this product. It look great, fits in with the aesthetics of my hobby area and is extremely functional.

Part of the reason that I waited for these parts until the end is because I did not fully photograph them during the building process. By this point, I just wanted to put things together so I could use this beautiful modular workshop system for my HobbyZone workstation.

As a note, special thanks goes out to for sending me these products for review purposes.

The Corner Paints Module 26mm (OM06s)

In the image above, the item I am working on is their Corner Paints Module for 26mm paints. This one holds 48 bottles of paint and went together very well. This one holds bottles by Vallejo, The Army Painter and other companies that use the same sized bottles.

Building my HobbyZone Workstation
Opening the box to my HobbyZone Corner Paints Module. Like the other boxes, it is well packed and comes with directions to follow. It went together very easily.
A corner paints module being built
An image of while I was working on the piece.

The Paints Module 36mm (OM05b)

This paint holding module is sized to hold GW sized bottles. I also find that it works very well with the craft paint that I buy for use on my terrain models.

Opening up the the HobbyZone Paints Module 36mm (OM05b). Review
Opening up the the HobbyZone Paints Module 36mm (OM05b).
A HobbyZone 36mm Paint Rack for GW paints - HobbyZone Workstation
Near the end of assembling my 36mm paint rack. I use elastics to hold things down while the glue dries.

The Showcase WIP Module (OM09)

This module is a very interesting piece for my HobbyZone Workstation. The Showcase WIP Module comes with a plastic cover to protect your work in progress pieces from dust and is a handy place to store your miniatures while you work on them.

HobbyZone Workstation Modules - WIP case
The HobbyZone OM09 – Showcase WIP Module in its packaging.
Here I built my WIP Module and used elastics to hold things together while the glue dries
Here I built my WIP Module and used elastics to hold things together while the glue dries.

Wrapping it up…

This is a quick one looking at the final modules of my HobbyZone Workstation. If you want to see more about my HobbyZone Modular Workshop System, be sure to check out my reviews in the HobbyZone section of this site. The next article in this series will wrap up all of the reviews to one launching page.

Special thanks goes to for sending me these products for review purposes.

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Thor

    Such a great setup. I’m jealous.

    1. Jacob Stauttener

      Thanks Thor. I can’t believe how fast it got from Poland to here. It was literally shipped and arrived within three days of them shipping it. If I remember right, it took under one day for them to get it from Poland to Germany, another day to get it to the USA and by the next day it was at a distribution center ready for pickup in the city where I live (in Canada). I couldn’t believe it. Fastest delivery I ever had from overseas.

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