|Project by EPJartisan||posted 1064 days ago||1533 views||8 times favorited||5 comments|
“Lucky finds” are one of the ways my studio have developed over the years. Every time I move my studio, I throw away a lot, but then at the new location I find more stuff. When I moved into my latest space, I found a whole 30×30 room full of old office stuff and old advertising stuff from a restaurant supplier. Took me months to scavenge through all of it, and glad I did because the next year, the building owner cleaned it all into the trash. BUT I found a huge dry erase board and several old lazy susan bearings. So I built this to give me more room to spread out my thoughts and do life size drawings.
On one side is a dry erase board the other is a sheet of hard board I sprayed with Chalk Board spray paint. The frame is simple “H” of 2×6, but sturdy, and made so both the dry erase and the chalk board can rotate 360. Old cups hold my chalk and markers, and the dry erase board is magnetic so I can put up paper drawings and notes. I love this thing, even though it is so large I have no place to store it, so it gets moved around my shop. It has been so handy in teaching and outlining projects and my studio ideas and deadlines.
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