Wednesday, August 16, 2006

My work space (Update)











Here are some older pics of my work space at home. I just updated my pics

11 Comments:

Blogger sym7 said...

fun space man!!! lots of great energy around you.

8:05 AM  
Blogger Pencilism! said...

You know what I noticed about your space, and a lot of the guys on this blog? You guys draw on a surface that's at an angle almost sitting straight up. Is that better than a flatter angle. I was no where near that steep an angle when I had my drafting table, but it used to make my shoulders ache. How do you guys draw like that?

8:20 AM  
Blogger Jamal Otolorin said...

nice spot dre. I bet that cintiq takes up half the room now. I saw the Box for that thing. ITs huge!

8:55 AM  
Blogger babadawud said...

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9:23 AM  
Blogger babadawud said...

Wow man you are ORGANIZED! I am impressed! I'm comin to your spot to do my projects! Question, How come me and Brian are the only ones in our workspace? All I see is art tables and computers. I still won't know what you guys would look like if we bumped into each other on the street! Sup widdat?

9:23 AM  
Blogger McGee said...

to answer Pencilism's question I am able to work at a steeper angle if I lower my chair which is why I look like a lowrider in my picture. Hanging my head down over the page makes my neck ache.

10:15 AM  
Blogger Andre Moore said...

I hate a flatter angle because sometimes you get that drawing that the perspective is a little off because your looking at it looking down and when you lift it it's all funny looking. Plus like Mcgee said just sit lower on the board and not high up where you have to look down all the time. Plus now i got baby stuff in my office lol so when I have to watch Laila she can sit in her chair and watch me draw until she gets bored and starts having a damn hissy fit.

11:32 AM  
Blogger Q7d2 said...

Nice spot! If you don't mind explain to me alittle about that cintiq. Whats its feaetures, how do you like it? did it cost a arm and a leg?

11:06 PM  
Blogger Andre Moore said...

yeah it cost me about two arms and half a leg. lol Around 3k but it a 21 inch screen. I love it. I haven't done anything on paper in awhile since i got it. I goes perfect with alias sketchbook pro. It rotates just like a normal animation board it has buttons for hot keys that i have yet to set up. Its worth having to me saves alot of time unlike paper where if you mess up and have to restart and no more scanner.

6:56 AM  
Blogger Paridhi said...

wow men,
these r soooo cool then the first ones.
i really wish to visit ur place someday..

8:43 AM  
Blogger babadawud said...

Dre your spot is HOOKED! That is what I aspire to do one day. You saw what I'm workin with but the end product is the key! Man I lay on the floor and draw I ain't gonna lie!

I want a place that is comfortable and the way you did it is air tight! Congrats on the home and baby. You are rollin kid!

9:08 AM  

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