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Well, as a beginner all I have to work with is my desk, sadly. I'm interested in what your work station looks like. I need a serious makeover to my station though, I'd like to see yours to get an idea. :) So this is what I have so far.

 

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It used to look like this.


It's now evolved into this:
 

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What does my workbench look like? It looks like a bomb struck it!!
I'll post a pic as soon as I can get near it.

Chris.:)
 

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My room is a huge mess right now. 4 on-going projects. Anyway here's a quick little look at my man-cave:






These pictures were from October of '08. I think, just like any other modeler, you try to stop and re-organize. It gives you a fresh approach to building again.

Chris
 

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Holy cow! Thanks for posting guys. I am moving soon so when I do I'm going to install a ventilation system like my grandfather did. Also I hope to get more paints, spray paints, brushes, tools ect. All of your work stations are very very nice, but I guess we all evolved from some point. Superduty, your ventilation is very nice, how'd you do it?
 

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Holy cow! Thanks for posting guys. I am moving soon so when I do I'm going to install a ventilation system like my grandfather did. Also I hope to get more paints, spray paints, brushes, tools ect. All of your work stations are very very nice, but I guess we all evolved from some point. Superduty, your ventilation is very nice, how'd you do it?
Thanks. The dryer vent hole was left after I re-stationed our new dryer so I was able to vent my spray booth through that hole. I used some elbows and a dryer vent hose to run over the floor joists and out the side of the house. I then installed a dryer vent with flaps on the outside of the house. It works very well. The best money I have ever spent on a modeling tool.
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This is what my work space look like after a project when I've cleaned and organized it. That doesn't last long once the next kit or sculpting project starts. :lol:

 

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well yes and no.. the move was forced when my landlord defaulted on his property taxes. 2 weeks before my move i found out that he hadnt paid the water bill for a year and a half either.... found out the hard way.

so it was a couple grand in expense and then a month's worth of very slowed output that was forced on me. great in the long run, but id have prefered a choice in the matter.
 

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well yes and no.. the move was forced when my landlord defaulted on his property taxes. 2 weeks before my move i found out that he hadnt paid the water bill for a year and a half either.... found out the hard way.

so it was a couple grand in expense and then a month's worth of very slowed output that was forced on me. great in the long run, but id have prefered a choice in the matter.
I understand, either way nice job
 
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