PASTELS OIL & ACRYLICS WATERCOLOR OUTSIDE THE ART BOX USES
Pablo, from Spain ordered a special Max, narrower and thinner than normal...kind of Max after a diet. Being well over 6 feet tall, Pablo needed something that would hold his palette up high enough on his easel to accommodate his stature.
artists competing on the island. The finished painting can be seen in our Art Showcase
Using readily accessible items he then progressed to this Ikea tray that he says fits his needs well…so far. Something tells me that he is not finished finding new and exciting uses for Max just yet.
John, from way down under in Australia has been diligently putting his creative talents to work adapting Max to fit his watercolour needs and doing a splendid job of it too.
He started out with the masonite shelf secured via bungee cord for safe keeping and great for a quick painting session on the go.
John says...'I do like the versatility of the Easel Butler and the small bag you sell for attaching to the rear leg of the tripod as a counter weight is an improvement on attaching a weight to the apex of the tripod
My pleine air set up, pre Butler, used a palette shelf but I was never happy with it as the cover didn't fit snugly and it had to be transported flat. With the Butler I can also leave my little table at home too.
One other thing - the masonite tray pix were taken using my Manffroto tripod with round legs, the Ikea tray pix with a square leg tripod. '
I'm using my very lightweight Windsor Newton field easel in a Carsten class. He is using one too. Windsor Newton's are inherently unstable so I had an "AH HA!" moment and installed Max just as a stabilizer. It's a whole new use for His Lordship. ...J
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