Well i spent the past few days putting together a music space in my paint studio. Since i moved in here with my gf, all my music gear as been in the living room, where there's always a bunch of people, so not really an ideal place for practicing/recording/writing. I had some space in my paint studio that wasnt really getting used well, so i put together a pc for out there and got to work. Here's some pics of my space and some of my paint studio as well, my little mancave
Here's my pc/desktop. i got some wiring to cleanup/reroute, but i got everything here i need (well i need new monitors, but one step at a time). Even got my fcb1010 under the desk, cables all run to it. And some Giger art on the wall
My secret closet closed i needed a safe place to keep my guitar/processor safe from dust and customers that i dont want to know its there.
closet opened up. i cut this out of the wall, reinsulated and built some shelving. guitar hung on a hanger, quick and easy to get. still need some hooks/shelves in there for cables, straps, strings and stuff. wiring all run threw the frame and sealed.
Project storage/display. jut a few demo masks hung up. theres also a boarded up window, ac goes there in the summer. i keep all natural light out.
my detail paints and some of my airbrushes. you guys think you get GAS for guitar gear, more paint/airbrushes is right up there with it, and gets pricey quick ($10+ a bottle, airbrushes can get pretty ridiculous)
painting area. the grey counter is drafting table on wheels. it lays flat and the whole top can be angled up almost 90 degrees. so flat for helmets, masks, bike tins, etc... tilted up for flat things like panels/canvas's. the table also rolls out of the way and i can put tank stands and bigger stuff in there. this is where all the detail/artwork happens. also have a 32" tv running off a roku/plex for my entertainment
prep supplies and base color paints.
prep area. most of my masking, template cutting, etc... i do here. also the counter top is hinged, it lifts up and my vinyl cutter is underneath. i use it rarely so this keeps it out of the way, but easy to get at when i do need it.