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Przemek Przybulewski (Pprzybulewski)

My Man Cave.

My workplace, my stash and completed models.


22. December 2014, 07:57
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Nice collection You got there. Especially apache. One of my favorites.
22. December 2014, 08:22
Holger Kranich
Thats a nice place to work!
22. December 2014, 10:24
Przemek Przybulewski
Thank you guys. I'm still checking other guys caves to better organize my place..
22. December 2014, 11:30
Thomas U.
Very nice chinese metal in your collection :)
Would like to see some details of them.

22. December 2014, 11:45
Es-haq Khosravi
Cute! Lucky you! Could you send photos of your models too?
22. December 2014, 16:44
Przemek Przybulewski
Es-haq - completed models or models from stash?
22. December 2014, 17:25
Es-haq Khosravi
Completed ones! 🙂
22. December 2014, 19:22
Markus Jenke
Nice workstation. I also would like to have the space to work in our appartment and not have to go downstairs at the basement .... :(
23. December 2014, 12:01
Przemek Przybulewski
Thanks Markus. That's a plus of living in a house, problem is 50km to work. :-|
23. December 2014, 12:13
Markus Jenke
Well, unfortunately we live only in an appartment - but I have to drive just about five minutes to be in my office ;)
23. December 2014, 12:28
Es-haq Khosravi
Thank you Przemek! 🙂
23. December 2014, 15:06
Przemek Przybulewski
No problem. And thank you for being interested of my models.
23. December 2014, 15:43
Es-haq Khosravi
I am interested because they are interesting!😉
23. December 2014, 19:20
Przemek Przybulewski
I tried to reorganize my workplace. I build bigger table U-shaped. Also I used a storage shelf to stash all my models. And lastly I build a set of shalves based on the idea taken from the store: (I needed different size of shelves and another dimensions of holes for jars so it was agreed with shop/company owner that I'm authorized to build it for my needs so no copyright were violated).
13. August 2015, 10:34
Holger Kranich
These workbench is a modelers dream, Przemek!
13. August 2015, 12:17
J agree with Holger. Every modelers dream. 👍
13. August 2015, 13:05
Wim van der Luijt
Very nice Space! is that the system from I've been looking at that too as I don't like my current paint stands very much...What are your experiences with this modular system?
13. August 2015, 13:08
Przemek Przybulewski
Thank you Holger and Marko.
It took me few years of thinking and few weeks of doing it. But it was totally worth it.
Now we (me, my wife and son) have enough space to do whatever we want seating in one room at one table.
13. August 2015, 13:12
Melf Boyens
Fantastycznie! Czesc Przemek...Ja lubie bardzo to stol modelarstwo.....That is as far as my polish language can carry me! :)
13. August 2015, 13:23
John Van Kooten
Very nice workspace, indeed! 👍 👍

For me personally, the hobbyzone paint racks have two major disadvantages, compared to, f.i., the Ammo of Mig paint racks.

1. once the bottles are in the rack, it is impossible to read the labels. So I found myself continuously taking out bottles to look for the one I need.

2. they take quite a bit of space, since they are stepped.

The Ammo of Mig racks allow you to still read the labels on the bottles/jars and they are built to take as little space as possible. For both these reasons I am replacing all of my hobbyzone racks with the Ammo of Mig ones.

Oh, fun fact: the Ammo of Mig racks were manufactured by hobbyzone as well😉 the hobbyzone logo is stamped in the wood and it is exactly the same material & construction method.

Ammo of Mig 17ml bottle rack:

Ammo of Mig 35ml jar rack:
13. August 2015, 13:49
Przemek Przybulewski
Czesc Melf - Thank you.
John - Thanks.
HobbyZone is also building a hanging paint shelves:
As for my type - my table is 80cm deep and my shelves are taking 20cm leaving about 60cm of free space on the table. If I would like to hang those racks on the wall it would almost impossible to reach for the paints - my arm are simply not long enough ;). Also I build my shelves in the way that you are able to read the label (it was one of conditions) - steps are not so deep so it allows you to see what is the paint code/number.
13. August 2015, 14:03
Choppa Nutta
All very cool and nicely laid out ! 🙂
13. August 2015, 14:11
Wim van der Luijt
Thanks for the information! I will take a look at the ammo stuff as well!
13. August 2015, 14:33
Holger Kranich
This Hobbyzone stuff looks seducing! And its not so pricey... Shall i? Yes i will but have to take measures of my bench first...
13. August 2015, 14:35
Przemek Przybulewski
Holger - from my perspective it was too expensive - those modules are quite small. When I made some calculations it came out that I would have to buy at least 4 and probably 6 shelves for paint as it has only 26 holes for 36mm jars. I use mostly Tamiya paints and they have smaller jars which are 35mm and bigger which have 40mm diameter - I would have to put them on bottle rack. Anyway I have around 150 jars so 6 shalves was just a waste of space. On mine rack i can put 45 of 35mm jars and 30 of 40mm jars. But I someone is using Valeyo or Ammo of Mig paints those HobbyZOne racks are perfect.

It is a great system anyway, I copied some of the ideas. Please take a look at video:
Youtube Video

13. August 2015, 15:20
Gordon Sørensen
Great looking desk system. Wish I had that kind of space!
13. August 2015, 18:14
Przemek Przybulewski
Thanks Gordon. To be honest room is not so big that's why I had to think of some system, how to put my stuff. In many cases it is filled up to the ceiling to use available space as much as possible.
14. August 2015, 10:24
Choppa Nutta
There's something "Crazy Church Organ" about the wee corner unit with the rack of holes going round 🙂
14. August 2015, 10:41
Przemek Przybulewski
You're totally right Choppa. :)
14. August 2015, 12:05

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