Old studio space
New studio: view from middle
New studio: view of Hannah and other side
In a previous post, I created a blueprint of sorts to help me analyze if combining my sewing room in the basement with my studio space upstairs would be feasible. The basement is a much bigger space but has two tiny windows and bad lighting. The walls are unfinished and overall, it's very uninspiring to be in the musty dungeon. By combining my two work areas upstairs, I would have all my creative tools in one nicely lit space. My upstairs studio space is on our very narrow front covered porch. The entry way door divides the porch in the middle and I've chosen one side for my work area. There are two walls of windows, great lighting...but it's a tiny space (64 x 150"). After weeks of mulling it over, I brought up my big tables, added another bin, ditched my drawing table, and in the end, after much stuffing, I have a new studio! I'm very excited to get in there and work on my next image for Illustration Friday's word of the week, capture.