Here some numbers, fun and facts
#1: My heart camy-katze.deviantart.com/
#2: Inspiration, books about art, artists, history and design
#3: Behind the MacBook there is a hidden Wacom Intuos 3, but it is shy and don´t wanted to be photographed
#4: A MacBook Pro, its not a new one, just dualcore, but its OK to listen to spotify and doing some stuff in Cheetah 3d
#5:Smaller Mac keyboard for the PC, the big one with Numpad is under the desktop in case the battery is low
#6: Opposed to what you might think; the Magic Trackpad is for my Windows PC
#7: Scanner, to scan concepts and plain-old paper sketches and scribbles
#8: Yes, that is an Apple remote, glued to the Zalman cooler, to control Spotify without leaving the tablet
#9: Gamer mouse-pad mounted on Intuos 4 tablet for better surface feel and handling
#10: NEC 26" monitor showing a screen-cap of sculptris to be edited in PS
#11: Etch A Sketch traditional graphic board for offline work and power blackouts
#12: Custom iPad holder for use on table and tripod
#13: Soft arm rest
#14: Head-cooler surrounded by "original" software boxes
#15: Harman/Kardon Soundsticks II
#16: 18x24 Printer HP Designjet 90
#17: Butt rest, sometimes useful after a 10 hours day of standing
#18: Sketchbooks in various sizes
#19: Special thanks to the power cord, which makes all the fancy lighting stuff work!
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Standing and working...Sounds tough...But that's how they painted traditionally like 100 years ago, right?
Sigh...lack of space is a classic in Hong Kong apartments.
I heard you work with a Cintiq, it might be worth a try, though harder than working with a tablet where you can rest the arm somewhere, but if pain is an issue, try it!