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Thread: Show Us Your Workshops / Creative Spaces

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    Show Us Your Workshops / Creative Spaces

    so due to a mold problem i've had to strip back and tear out my workshops ... so now sees like a good time to redesign and build better :P

    anyone here have their own workshops / creative spaces they want to share... or any tips or ideas for useful or creative features
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    as a digital painter, my creative space is small (convenient) but has everything i need!
    plus i recently made a post on FB about my own creative space, so ill share here too!

    My Creative Space
    Let's see... We have pictured:
    * my laptop/source of power
    * my lovely large monitor which I use for art
    * my amazingly large Wacom (wouldn't change it for the world)
    * to the left is a LightPad which is a flat light box. A light box is used for tracing over dirty sketches with normal paper. This is very useful for checking anatomy/poses/things being in the right place. You can flip an image digitally on photoshop to check an image looks right both ways, well this is the traditional artists answer to that.
    * very good lamp
    * one cork board covered in business cards collected over festivals /conventions/ events
    *one big cork board coveted in doodles/trinkets /letters/postcards/ commissioned sketches & objects of inspiration
    *iced tea
    *bavarian clock I bought home from Germany when I was 13
    *standard mouse
    *comfy chair
    *window to the right with a sea view
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