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M.Brindos

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Nice setup Perry. Looks like you have all the creature comforts down there except for a mini bar/fridge and sunlight.  [smile]
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wow--very nice!! looks very pro! thanks for sharing.
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I could quite easily spend the rest of my natural life in that cave, would have to insist on a kettle though.

Thanks for sharing your sanctum.
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Having used my set up, I've made a few adjustments and now have two good large areas to work in.





Work in progress. Final polish of primer and then pre-shading this evening.



...and seats for the Black Beast.
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Perry,

Outstanding! I am very envious of all of the space. And the tools, paints, equipment.... I think I enjoy looking at the work spaces almost as much as I do the models. Thanks!
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Got the new paint area added to the workbench this week.  No more dirty/hot/cold garage!



. . . and thanks to Bobby's videos I have a lot of new and interesting products to experiment with.



Cheers!

Mitch
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Very well organised work space Mitch ! I wish I had a spray booth like yours too

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that is some nice space and organization from ALL of your guys. moved from a garage to the indoors--YAHOO!!!--congratulations!-- been there done that. in the past my man cave was an attic, a basement/garage, a garage--its a bummer with the climate and dust most all the time.
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Hi everyone,

Here is my recently completed work area which is neatly tucked at the end of my kitchen. I am just saving now for a spray booth to finish it off



Not a huge bench but it will meet my needs for now and saves me having to pack everything away between sessions.

Cheers,

Geoff.


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I hear that Geoff, Being in the kitchen means being closer to the kettle and fridge.

You will find it much better not having to pack everything up, and it's your area, nice one. Enjoy it.
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Thanks Nigel,

Yep all the essentials close to hand and it's nice and warm : )

Cheers,

Geoff.

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That is a nice workspace Geoff, it makes things so much better when you have a dedicated area to build in !
I like your paint rack too, everything visible and to hand, I must build me one like that

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Thanks Pete,

The shelving is really handy and wasn't too difficult to put together or expensive, it cost about £8.00.
Its basically just strips of 2"x1/2" wood which i tacked together and added a plywood back. I should have painted it but was too impatient to get it set up lol.
I have tried to copy Bob's set up only on a smaller scale as that seemed the best way to arrange things.

Cheers,

Geoff.

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I always think of C. Nepean Longridge, the Englishman who built a wooden replica of the HMS Victory on his kitchen table. The finished model is magnificent. I have a nice workstation in one corner of my bedroom, and I find that if I dedicate more space to a work area, I only fill it with more tools, scraps and a thousand other items. Mission creep, of a sort. I've slowly learned to focus on one project at a time, and to keep only the tools and paint I need for the kit within arm's reach. the rest stays hidden in a multi shelf kitchen pantry closet.

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Hello all, after a 40 year layoff from modelling my new workstation one week in!! (today! lol) I have progressed from the dining table to my computer desk, as you can see I'm into the first stages of my Revell 1:48 Mosquito build with the birthday pressie Lancaster in the "stockroom" next to the desk.

How am I doing so far?? lol I might throw an update in one year in and see the difference.

Cheers. [smile]

 

P.S. first photo upload too I hope it works!


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