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In the Studio – 2010

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I always like seeing where other artists work, what kind of setup they have, and what kind of space they’re using.  A few weeks ago I got around to taking photos of my workspace.  I share a studio space with a couple of other artists, and of course my wife.  We’re in one of the top floors of the tallest building in Lubbock.  Its got really nice views, and gorgeous sunsets.  I figured, if I’ve got to work some place every single day.  I might as well enjoy the view.

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This is my desk and tool setup.  I use everything from airbrush to pen and ink.  And the drawing desk has a giant light table built into it.

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My wife took a picture of me meeting Jeff Smith at Comic-Con last year.  I’m so glad she got the photo, cause the whole encounter was just a blur.  She framed the photo for me to put next to my desk so I’d always be inspired.  She’s pretty awesome.

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And West Texas sunsets from my drawing desk.  Amazing…

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If you’re an artist, what Kind of studio space do you work in?

-Will

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