Is this what your workbench looks like?
I’m sure it probably does. This is my little work area in my office as of this morning … this photo was not “staged” in any way, this is how it looked this morning.
A few minutes later after putting in the new GameCraft Workbench Organizer ….
Everything is neatly put away and everything has a place. Keeping the work surface clean and clear of clutter should be easier now.
The entire piece measures 17″ wide, 6″ from front to back and 7 1/2″ tall and includes two drawers that measure 4 1/8″ wide, 6″ deep and 1 3/4″ tall.
This Workbench Organizer will be available on the website later today, just check the New Products link or search for Organizer
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Hi Allen. I just posted a brief guide on my blog on the process I used to make my Gamecraft Afghan buildings look more like mud brick. It may be of interest:
I really like the buildings I got. You make a good product!
Have a look at his blog to see how he applied the exterior finish to his MDF Afghan style buildings.
Click on the link above to read his blog post and see more photos, be sure to scroll all the way down and click on “Newer Post” to see the results.
For an alternate method of applying texture to middle east buildings you might want to also check out this YouTube video , it was made for FoamCore buildings, but the technique for using texture spray works the same on MDF buildings.
In the past we have donated portions of our sales to charities following natural disasters such as the hurricane in the US Gulf Coast, the tsunami in Asia, the earthquake in Haiti, and others. Sometimes we make a point of telling you guys about these donations and sometimes we do it silently.
Lately I’ve been looking around for something special I can do as a business owner that can help people here in the US and around the world. I’ve found a great charity and really cool event that I can take part in personally and make a difference.
In June of 2013 the GameCraft staff will be taking a week off to do something good for our fellow humans.
We will be bicycling in AIDS/LifeCycle. It’s a 7-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to make a world of difference in the lives of people living with HIV and AIDS and those effected by this horrible disease.
Our ride will take us through some of the most beautiful coastal scenery on earth and all the while we will be helping millions of people all over the world by getting us closer to a cure to this disease. HIV /AIDS does not discriminate, it infects men and women and even children, it infects heterosexuals and homosexuals, it infects all races, it infects people of all faiths. This disease does not care who you are, what race you are, what you do, what your faith is, how rich or poor you are, it does not care about your politics, it does not care about you at all. If you are one of the few left that thinks because you are not an IV drug user or a homosexual that you are safe … good luck to you, you are wrong. We need to destroy this disease before it destroys us!
Help me support AIDS/LifeCycle by giving what you can. We’ll keep riding until AIDS and HIV are a thing of the past.
I thank you on behalf of all those that have been effected by this disease and all those that never will be effected once a cure is found.
Click here to make your donation. You will have a choice of going directly to my LifeCycle official page or donate through our online store and earn reward points with your donation.