Don't blink (as they say) or you might miss it!
My workstation. I always like to see how other artists set up their studios so I'd like to share some of my set ups for a small space.
The drafting table is a nice size, 40" x 60". The whole tops lifts up at varying degree of angles. But I usually keep it flat because I just don't have the room to add another table to keep the pallette and paints. I have a small box to just prop the surface up while I work.
That little cabinet on wheels is great as an extra surface and storage. And it scoots under the table when not in use.
The pictures on the wall are from a series of Christmas cards I illustrated in pen and ink of my family. I'll post them sometime soon.
The basket on the left helps with poster storage. These are mostly for student visuals when I introduce a new project at school.
To the left of my drafting table I have a slim cabinet to hide extra storage and house my music. That basket is just full of great CD's, everything from 70's folk, broadway shows, and classical.
Here is the site, if you'd like to try it.
They will cut the board at the home store to the size you need and you artists can use the extra board to staple larger sheets of watercolor paper. Just coat both sides with an acrylic varnish first.
|The other side of the room for more books and computer work.|
I hide a lot of larger boards and paper behind the desk.
Also I keep baskets on either side of the desk loaded with
supplies. And it still looks nice in the room.