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post #11 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-27-13, 12:29 PM
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Yeap sure did. Designed (badly), built (poorly) and modfied (quite well) by me in my front garden. With the exception of the two actual work surfaces and a couple of the bolts all the materials are recycled from various other things (my old bed base and current bed base being the main ones). Doing it this way, while making it cheaper does make things harder. My flatmate, who builds custom furniture as part of his job, always finds it amusing when I try and build things as it never ends up how I first imagined them. I have a rather, ah, shall we say "fluid" approach to building things.
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post #12 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-29-13, 05:49 PM
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Here is mine. Am I the only one who stands up while working? Easier on my back.

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@Jacobite
Very cool! Does your fluid approach also rub off on your other hobby related activities?
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Working standing up? wow, really? How do you steady your hands?
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Very cool! Does your fluid approach also rub off on your other hobby related activities?
Pretty much! Nothing ever goes quite to plan for me. I always change at least one thing along the way.
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Very cool! Does your fluid approach also rub off on your other hobby related activities?
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Working standing up? wow, really? How do you steady your hands?

Its a tall table so I can kind of hunch over and rest my arms to steady my hands.
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Ah.. nice! Never thought about it like that, seeing as I'm coping with back problems myself that might not be such a bad idea.
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Hey, that is a sweet organizer indeed! Do they ship to Canada??

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I think so, although I live within the EU so it's probably a good idea to verify with them. I think the email can be found on their site www.hobbyzone.pl
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I will definitely check that out, thanks man

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Here's a glimpse at my studio, where I mainly sit, sculpt, paint and drink lots of tea.

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