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PostSubject: My modeling areas.   Thu 16 May - 7:44

Here are some pics of the new place. The main room is 9x4 metres (29'-6" x 13'-2").

My end of the play room





Lindas end







The outside area were I've set up the spray booth. This is 7x4 metres (22'-10" x 13'-2")


Another bench up the back for when the weather is too good to be inside.




Still needs some fine tuning, but basically done.
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PostSubject: Re: My modeling areas.   Thu 16 May - 9:25

You have plenty of space Steve. Nice set up guys.

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PostSubject: Re: My modeling areas.   Thu 16 May - 10:56

Nice :drunken:
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PostSubject: Re: My modeling areas.   Thu 16 May - 12:05

Looks comfy cozy with tons of room to move around. Thanx for sharing! 8)
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PostSubject: Re: My modeling areas.   Thu 16 May - 15:40

Indoor-outdoor modeling is something I never thought about. Nice work area.
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PostSubject: Re: My modeling areas.   Thu 16 May - 22:52

Thanks guys. The main thing we where looking for when we moved was a lot of room to do our hobbies. Not as easy as it sounds as most affordable rentals are small dumps, but sometimes you can hit the jackpot. The outside area is a bonus.
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PostSubject: Re: My modeling areas.   Fri 17 May - 11:32

Zbuckster wrote:
Indoor-outdoor modeling is something I never thought about. Nice work area.

We can get away with that in Aus. I do most of my modelling indoors, but paint bodies outdoors. Been known to sand parts on the deck though.

And a fine "office" too.

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PostSubject: Re: My modeling areas.   Sat 18 May - 2:49

You have a nice work place!
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PostSubject: Re: My modeling areas.   Sun 19 May - 11:44

That's a very comfortable setup, Steve. Nice one
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