Haha thought was being clever by making a thread like this in the lounge section. Glad I was told about this place!! Heres mine but will be switching to a 30 incher soon and I need to invest in a proper camera!! Sorry for the poor quality!! I too also have the Intuos 3 Special Edition..SEX!!
Brashen - DUDE! Same mouse! I also have a Razer Tarantula keyboard. I'm jealous though cause I want a Intous3 SE to go with it. That would be sexy Hmmm, when I can get a camera I'll try to take a pic of my dorm "studio"
Well after lots of work remodeling and designing my studio its about 90% done. Here are the pictures let me know what you think.
By the way I am also remodeling a room to paint in. I dont want the fumes, paint etc in the same room as my computers etc. I will post pics of that room when its done.
This is a random question but - how do you organize your books? Are they seperated into fiction / reference or do you have fiction (and whatever other genres you may read) mixed i with reference books? Or are they alphabetized by author or title?
Once again, i apologize for the seemingly randomness of this question but i have always wanted a studio (and, similar to you - computers in one room, easels in the other) with a wall of bookshelves and i stumbled across this post and i was so happy to see your pictures. I have just always wondered 'when i have my wall of shelves, how will i go about organizing my books?'
hehe, nice thread.
I have no studio per se, I misuse a couple of rooms for my arting.
1)I used to paint here on this desk (yes there's a desk under there). Now I use it as.. storage.
2+3) I now paint here, in my bedroom. (Good idea? Don't know, but I do keep the turpentine/fixative in the storage room because of the fumes, although I did wonder what kind of wacky dreams I might have had.. xD) If I want to use that barre I just pile up all the stuff into the corner
4) And this is where I draw, and attempt to do digital art It's not always that tidy.
Insanity is the key! Also, studies are a key. And passion is a key. Also, so are inspiration, motivation and dedication. Talent can be a key. Insomnia can also be a key, depression is a sad rusty little key. Damn, artists need one hell of a keyring.
Wow a lot of nice studios in here.I am jealous
Well i dont have a studio, not even a good desk to draw on(thats why i just lay in my bed and draw all the time there).When i will manage to make a studio like room i will post it here
Two years ago, living in my aunts trailer. Aw yeah kitchen table.
Upgrade to living with my boyfriend in one bedroom.
This is the current setup today. I don't always have the canvas up, but I just started a painting class and it's the only available space to work.
(I'm using water mixable oils, so no turpentine or anything.)
I can't wait, soon we will be moving into an apartment! No matter how small it is it will be a HUGE space upgrade, and then I can actually store and work on more traditional media pieces!
It's funny because in the first photos I was still very casual about art, but now I'm alot more focused on it and you can tell!