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It's always fun to see what other modelers' workshops look like. Here are some photos of members' workshops. If you want to share photos of your shop, please contact the Webmaster.
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Last updated 2009/3/8
Paul Anagnostopoulos's modeling nook. Note the cool paint stand and the spray booth tucked into the corner.
Peter Wisniewski's modeling workshop. Bench 1 houses his drill press and a lathe. There are also two bright lights illuminating it: a fluorescent magnifier lamp and a small halogen goose neck lamp.

Bench 2 is his main workspace. On the left is a stereoscopic microscope (turned to the side). This bench also has a pair of lamps, again a fluorescent magnifier lamp and a halogen goose neck lamp. The microscope also has its own fluorescent ring light. Bright lighting is vital for miniature work.

The third photo shows his paint cabinet. He built it himself and it houses most of his quite large collection of paints and adhesives. The dehydrator is also visible on the metal shelf left of the paint cabinet.
Here are a few photos of Scott Ridley's modeling workshop and his new paint booth.