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Here are a few photos of my work area. It's not as neat at the moment as these pictures would have you believe.
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Rob Pollock said on December 24, 2015
Wow, George. That bit of table in the middle is the size of my modelling room!
Craig Abrahamson said on December 24, 2015
Excuse me while I turn green with envy, sir...outstanding work room.
George Johnson said on December 24, 2015
Thanks. I built that center table quite a while ago. I used to have a darkroom and the enlarger sat on it. It's super heavy-duty.
Tom Cleaver said on December 24, 2015
What is this thing you call "word space"? 🙂
"work space" - old fumble fingers strikes again.
Stephen W Towle said on December 24, 2015
I like word space...image if you had a study for writing and modeling with that kind of "word space".
Looks like a operating room and creates envy with its lighting and organization. You where right the first time Tom. Look at all of that space.
Funny you should say operating room.
George, from your photos the lighting both natural and artificial looks like a professional creative space. Given the organization I can only think of one other place with such organization, lighting and space...
Simon Whitney said on December 24, 2015
That workshop is bigger than our front room.
You lucky man,
Stellan Schroeder Englund said on December 24, 2015
Mmmm, the bigger work shop, the more room to clean 😉 Just look at the size of the toilet paper roll!
Jack Mugan said on December 24, 2015
Do you live in Florida so we can have a play day?
Sorry, man. I moved away from there 4 years ago.
Chuck A. Villanueva said on December 24, 2015
Nice shop. Plenty of space. For supplies. In reality building a kit is a small well lit area with our tools around us to process the build. Very nice George, Merry Christmas
Frank Cronin said on December 24, 2015
What can I say, that is outstanding
Rob Anderson said on December 24, 2015
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on December 24, 2015
George, wonderful space. My sincerest envy!
Seamus Boughe said on December 24, 2015
And yet any real modeling occurs in a space that is only one square foot
George Johnson said on December 25, 2015
That is so true. Maybe even less than that!
Christian WERY said on December 25, 2015
A workshop(studio) as high as your magnificent realizations! I would like to have so much space! Congratulations.
Jeff Bailey said on May 12, 2017
I would love to have the space as well ... not to mention the talent. Your "Creations Shop" is a superb as your models! The fact that it may not be as neat as pictured simply means it looks "lived in' & loved!
Paul Wilsford said on December 25, 2015
Nice space, that is an awfully large roll of paper towels you have there
I like Stellan's take on that: a huge roll of toilet paper! HaHaHa!
George Johnson said on May 12, 2017
I eat a lot. What can I say? Actually, when I'm not wiping my rear end, I use it to line the bottom of my paint booth. I just added a really nice Paasche booth the other day.
P.k said on December 26, 2015
A BIG space workshop!
Greg Kittinger said on December 28, 2015
Let me wipe the drool off my computer keyboard...
No kidding ...
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