Hello fellow customizers and those who inspire to become one. Today I'm coming to you not with a custom transformer but something I use to make my customs. As the title suggests its a paint drying station. One of the things i hate is waiting for the paint to dry to put on that next coat. Drying time and cure time can take hours depending on the paint used if left to just air dry. So without further delay lets check out my PAINT DRYING STATION! The paint drying station is made of a few cheap things you can get or may have laying around the house. Here it is fully assembled waiting for a painted piece. The main object is a standard plastic tote. I bought this one at target for about $5. Taking the lid i drilled holes where i wanted my "helping hands". To make the helping hands i took a short screw (i had a bunch from door hinges), took some copper wire and looped the end and screwed them to the lid. On the other end i attached a gator clip. Finally i grinded off the pointy ends of the screw and used hot glue on the underside to cover any sharp edges. These helping hands are what will hold figure pieces. I probably went a little overboard on the amount but meh. I got options. With the tote i bought cooling fans that are actually designed to cool electronics like Xbox and such. these were $20 for the pair and have a USB end. All you need is a USB wall adapter to power them. These have the highest cooling i found for what i wanted. To fit the fans i cut holes just large enough for the fan blade and smaller than the casing, drilled holes at the feet and screwed them in. On the inside there is a piece of window air conditioner filter i cut to prevent hair and dust blowing into it. Probably should have taken a better pic showing the filter. Vent holes are drilled into the sides of the tote so the air is vented out. And when its all said and done you have yourself a paint drying station. (pay no attention to my latest custom within :O) Acrylic paint dries to the touch quickly on its own but to fully cure it can take 24 hours. This drying station pretty much has it cured in less than an hour. Even thick coats are dry in about 5-10 minutes. For anyone needing/wanting to apply multiple coats in a short amount of time this is perfect for that. And for anyone interested here is a parts list Tote - depending on size you can get whatever you want. I got mine from target Small Clear Latching Storage Bin - Made By Design™ Fans are from amazon https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JLV4BWC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Gator clips are from amazon. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01B647W3G/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Filter from amazon https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B002GKC2US/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Copper wire you can get at any hardware store. Screws you can get at any hardware store. I hope you enjoyed this little custom paint drying station and if you have any questions or comments please feel free to leave them.