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After seeing Traas's immaculate workbench in the article below....

Just figure I would throw mine in for comparison...hmmmmm. No I'm not proud of it.
Also included are a couple of views from my climate controlled painting area, which explains my propensity for one-color armor building during the winters.
I guess I'll leave these under "uncategorized".

2 additional images. Click to enlarge.

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  1. If I ever decided to 'straighten up' and "clean" my work bench/table/area, I'd never find ANYTHING. Which is why it's staying just like it is. SWMBO has no business around there, anyway. Mine can be seen in the Groups section under "Displays, Workbenches & Stashes".

  2. I have to have my work bench organized or else I go nuts haha! I'm the same way with my computer desk and anything else for that matter! For me organization is vital!

  3. Looks a good deal like mine, only I have more space (a plywood covered pool table) and two small work tables (one for spraying, one for drafting/plans) Your mess can't even compete. That's neither a brag or complaint, just what it is.

  4. I didn't know whether to laugh or cry, but hey what ever works for you, and you still do nice stuff.

  5. Looks like you've been closing the desk lid a little too often... 😛

    Messy working environment seems to be a part of all great modeling. It is only the degree of disorder which seems to vary...

  6. You should be proud of yourself! I've never seen so much modeling stuff on such a small space! 🙂

  7. I reckon I would "show off" by posting a shot of my mess. My missus is afraid to go near it. I don't have any shame left to worry about. Hey, Bill you have me beat in one area. My actual work area is maybe a square foot. You have room for 1/48 or 1/32. Adios, Larry.

  8. The models on the bench are a 1/72 Pavla Blackburn Roc and an Azur 1/72 Breda Ba.65. Adios, Larry.

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