I put this chap together the other night and it's holding together rather well. It is rugged enough to be picked up and carried about without flexing alarmingly. The pots are secure and can all be seen, which will reduce the amount of time I spend clucking and furrowing my brow.
I have also learned.
a) I have a lot of different shades of blue, mostly as it happens from painting a few Space marines and the odd Napoleonic frenchman.
b) I also have a ridiculous number of browns, khakis, ochres and other tans, chocolates and flat earths. Seriously, there are about twelve different shades of brown.
c) The citadel colours are going to have to live at the back, perhaps in some kind of ghetto? Progress is already beginning to look a bit like the Milgram experiment.
d) Notwithstanding the fact that there are spots for 40 pots of paint, there is still an overflow and that's not counting the citadel colours.
e) Why do I have an orange (pictured) and a hot pink (in the overflow)? I have no memory of purchasing these.