Several artists have done reviews of the Craft-n-Go, but after a year of use, here’s my take on what I consider an excellent product and great piece of equipment which has made my job as a face painter easier.
The only thing I didn’t mention in the video is the weight of the Craft-n-Go when it is filled. Face paint is surprisingly heavy, and once my kit is loaded, it weights about 32 pounds. That’s fairly heavy if you’re lifting a Craft-n-Go, but it’s not bad for rolling it along. Still, for longer distances or over rough ground, I do strap it on a luggage carrier, which has larger wheels, just to make it easier to transport.
I hope this review is helpful, and if you’ve purchased a Craft-n-Go portable paint station, please share your own experiences in the comments.
Beth MacKinney is the owner of and primary face painter for Face Paint Pizzazz in the NW Chicago suburbs. Stop by Clownantics.com for more of her face painting tutorials, and if you’re on Facebook, join the Facepaint.com Challenge Group to showcase your artwork and have a chance to win a store credit for each week’s challenge theme.
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