Here is mine. Just for the record, it is not always that clean. I cleaned it up for the photo.
Here are a couple of things to note.
1. The wooden shelf, is a CD tower, with the cd shelves removed. I bought in a thrift shop for a few dollars - I think it was $5.
2. The white cube on the top shelf, on the left, is a clock. It has a count-down timer, which I have set to 30 minutes. I usually paint in 30 minute blocks. Before I had the clock, I painted up until 2.00am and I didn’t even know.
3. The bottle with the bright green liquid in it, its on the top shelf on the right, contains dishwashing liquid. I put a few drops in my water cup. It helps clean my brushes, and also helps in diluting the paint as it breaks down the surface tension in the paint.
4. The small square boxes on the bottom shelf, contain w&n inks. I bought these back in the 80s, when there were no GW inks or Vallejo in
5. The blue drawers were purchased to keep all the little things neat and tidy.
6. The small shelf next to the blue drawers, is CD holder, which I use for the ‘works in progress’. This one was found during an office clean-out.
7. The paint bottles are on there side for 2 reasons. First, I can clearly see the colour I want. Secondly, they are easier to shake the pigment back together with the liquid as the are both “longways” along the bottle. My paints are predominantly Vallejo.
8. You can see my basing material, upper level of shelf, on extreme left.