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Just Sharing Small home studio

Discussion in 'Studio Images Forum' started by Stephen F, Mar 23, 2019.

  1. Stephen F

    Stephen F Always on Premium Member

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    At last my small home studio is starting to take shape at last, as having to do the work myself it is taking a bit longer than i would like but i am getting there.

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  2. oldgeezer

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    Going well mate. It's great to have a dedicated shooting space. I used to hate putting up and taking down all the gear.
     
  3. Snips

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    Looking good for a model railway as well ... :grin:

    In fairness, I'm impressed - so easy to skip the insulation and it's looking very neat as well. Hope it doesn't cause too many headaches along the way.
     
  4. Stephen F

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    Thanks mate , i know what you are saying and i think it stops your flow. At least when its done i will be able to go straight out and get on.

    No model railway snip's , don't think i ever had one. the way i am now it is just taking a bit longer than i would like, it took me 6 hours to do whats in pics, when i was working full time i would have done that in an evening after 8 hours at work, but i will plod on and get there .
     
  5. Haripaul

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    Nice Steve. I look forward to seeing it finished. Nice to have a man cave.
     
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