Hello fellow paint fiends !
I'm starting a new thread for a showcase of your workspace photos. I personally love seeing other peoples digs in were they create of whatever. Post what you want, art spaces, collection areas, relaxing areas whatever. I'm going to start it off with some "lameish" ones. I will take more "In action" shots soon. Jump in and add yours and comment !!
This is an old pic of me working at Max Toy HQ workspace.
ooooh wish i had that much space 0_0 !!! Great work !
Thanks for commenting Matt, and Mark, here are a couple more shots of my workspace. This area is where I give my toys the pre-paint soak. This whole area is a half unfinished basement, the only thing I'd like to do is add a door, to keep any fumes from wafting upstairs, but to be honest, the box I built, as well as my hospital grade air purifier (the large white box, next to the desk) Do a great job of making the basement breathable.
Also if anyone is interested in 8oz Bottles of Guardsman Vinyl Cleaner and/or Conditioner, I can get them for 2.50 a pop plus shipping and handling. I'm not trying to make money or start a business here, that's my cost, but the vinyl cleaner and conditioner are very handy to have on hand, especially if your painting vinyl, and I happen to have bought a ton of them, to get that price. Matt, if you have a problem with me posting that, I'll edit it.
oh wow, cool space .. yes I noticed the air purifier I need to get one of those .. does it run 24/7 or only while you work ?
I'll tell you alla secret and Matt won't want to hear this but I never wipe down my figures before I spray them ... ;-P yes I know I should ... too lazy ....
It has an multi speed switch on/off knob. I used to slack on wiping, but I've had some disasters because of my laziness. So now they all get baths.
No worries here Michael.
Rubbing alcohol is the preferred method of preparation for mk. I do it every time unlike Mr .Nagata :0
When you paint PVC (action figures ,Glyos) The alcohol is a must for proper adhesion.
haha .. I'd better start wiping them down ... as Jedi Walker sez ;-P plus better get an air scrubber too ....
Here's my set up and if its warm outside I'll paint out back