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    So this is my battle station
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    Okay, I'll bite on this one and show some pics of my studio space then. The first is a panoramic shot of my studio space as the room divider is on the left which helps block out the strong sunlight, especially in summer. Imagine the heat rising on the third floor. Not fun even when it makes the iMac heat up faster. Very annoying.

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    Second shows a close up. The drafting desk is old and has been with me for years and that videophone is situated closely against the wall. I plan to move it somewhere else closer to my computer once I re-arrange the space. The device is handy to communicate with deaf people on screen and it's subsidized by the government but I use Skype or FaceTime if needed with other people who are not deaf. To note, I have no landline except for my iPhone which I rely with the 24/7 data plan as it blocks ALL incoming voice calls and telemarketers ( silence IS bliss, then again it could lead to madness without any music or someone to talk to ). Clients or friends would have to reach me via email, text or video conferencing.

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    Third shows another wall scroll of Vampire Hunter D by my drafting desk along with the famous GITS wall scroll in front by Shirow Masamune.

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    Fourth is a close up of my digital workstation. I really need to ditch this computer desk as it's flimsy and prefer something wider and longer for more elbow room, and higher of course so I can work standing up if needed. And dump that large chair which can be unhealthy if I slouch and rely on on the stool chair. I do have an adapter to hook up an extra monitor which I've an old LCD in the back of my place, to the iMac. Been thinking about it for a long time. Besides, having a new workstation desk will help cut down on my RSI or tendonitis big time.

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    Fifth is my library in the corner next to my fencing gear and guitar ( I'm hard of hearing so I use the Grado headphones for private listening), so I'm only a beginner on this. It helps me relax and think.

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    And lastly is of my grand library which I've built up from over the years and some old books that are not there anymore which were donated or sold to Barnes and Noble to make room. A framed lithograph poster of the Marquis signed by Guy Davis hangs on the wall hovering above other collectibles and trinkets I find inspiring.

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    About 1990 I lost everything in a fire.So I have no photos or artworks prior to that date. Since then I had four studio set-ups.

    This was my first studio not long after the fire.
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    A year later I was living in a small unit. The studio was my bedroom.
    The studio gained a tripod easel and an ex-liquor trolley for a paint trolley.
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    Several years later I moved to a two bedroom unit. One bedroom became my studio.
    The easel and paint trolley is homemade.
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    Now my studio takes up the whole lounge room.
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    Very nice studio! Very interesting to see the evolution and growth over time.
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    Nice to see some movement here ... Soon ill drop by with some pics of my studio

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    This is my Animation Studio!! about 'Zey The Mouse'!!
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    Hello ianharding.Well that is definitely a different type of studio.Great production of the school building, characters, and environment.Do you have other stage scenes?Please tell us a bit more of your creation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Luke View Post
    Hello ianharding.Well that is definitely a different type of studio.Great production of the school building, characters, and environment.Do you have other stage scenes?Please tell us a bit more of your creation.
    Hi, Peter, Thank you!!, Yes i have other stage scenes including a 'Stately Home', 'Classroom', 'Shop', 'House', 'Park', Churchyard' and a 'Chalet' also lot's of inside rooms!!

    My work is Stop-motion called 'Zey The Mouse' and is based around Fimo animal's. targeted to ages 4+ adults enjoy too.
    Episode 1 called 'Flying a Kite' was successful and uploaded to YouTube and all over the web.

    Episode 2 called 'The Prize Hat' which is what you see above in the photo!, also has a classroom!
    will be out in April

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    Thanks Ian. I will look for Zey the Mouse on YouTube....
    Just watched the videos on YouTube and found them very pleasing to my soul.
    I can see how much work there is involved, and how much more there is to refine it all.
    It sure is a mammoth task, but worth it for all the joy it brings to the viewers.
    I have also noticed the efforts involved in marketing Zey the Mouse - keep up the great work.

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    So not sure if theres a format, but since this be for studios, here's the setups for my digital artwork and traditional sketching
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    The studio 2015

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    Ahh my cables and wires are everywhere. This is my general workstation where I study and draw basically!

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    My workshop is a bit... huge. The former hay-loft at our barn was this empty space nobody used and so me and my father (who also lives here) decided to build me a nice workplace.
    We added walls, a staircase, a floor, a window, plumbing for the kitchen unit, electricity (with help to prevent getting electrocuted *cough*) etc, so it would become a usable space and this is where I spend my time now. Only downside: It gets pretty hot during the summer. But since I could never dream of getting anything like this place (the previous studio was so small I constantly kicked over pieces I was sculpting) I'm not going to complain.

    This is when we were still building:

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    This is a picture of one side, finished:

    Show your Studios [RELOADED]



    I got a full overview on my website: http://www.freakstylebjd.com/inside-the-workshop

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    I envy your space! You have done a great job with design and layout. Well done (to you AND your father).

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    The space is a bit ridiculous, I admit. And yet, it's pretty handy at the same time. When I'm working on two projects at the time, AND working on making molds of a third one, the size of my workshop has its benefits.

    Thank you .

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    Everyone has such lovely spaces, thanks for sharing.
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    Nothing fancy, but I am a bit of a Ruan Jia fan at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ubem View Post
    Everyone has such lovely spaces, thanks for sharing.
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    Nothing fancy, but I am a bit of a Ruan Jia fan at the moment.
    Have you thought about getting a few those desk mounted monitor swing arms?
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    Using those would give you a lot more space on your desk and you wouldn't have to abuse those poor books.
    I mean how do you expect to become a great chess master when you use your chess book as a base for your monitor?

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    dianetics deserves to be abused

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    dianetics deserves to be abused
    I like the description on wikipedia: " Dianetics has achieved no acceptance as a scientific theory and is widely considered to be a pseudoscience."

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    Behold my nest: there's a couple more postcards and a tin sign I've been meaning to hang, but meh.
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    Here's my workspace.


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