Been busy with thesis the past few days, shuttling from one government agency to another, gathering maps and data (help me in my survey, click here), and going back to class. Not a lot of digital illustrations lately, so here are some snapshots of my workspace if you’re curious.
This is my workspace, where my projects and illustrations come to life. Featuring my PC, Robin Thor, and my tablet, Cola. Excuse the messy table, but that scene is on a daily basis.
I don’t like other people touching or rearranging my workspace. Same goes with every kind of workspace I have, may it be in Photoshop, Illustrator, SAI, CAD, etc. I need to know where every thing is so that I can find it easily (yes, amidst that mess I can still find any ‘lost’ item that I need).
Those cute cupcakes on the wall are birthday gifts from my Mom, it’s soft and cute. She knows I have a huge sweet tooth so everything she gave me had cupcakes on it. =) Hopefully after my design thesis (answer my survey here!) I will be able to create more illustrations. How does your work space look like?
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