I decided to undertake the task of moving my computer today. Anyone who’s been here before knows that my computer desk arrangement was stupid. It is probably the smallest computer desk in existence, and not exactly practical. I’m surprised I don’t have some kind of spinal disorder because of working in this cramped space. Anyway, there’s still time for the spinal disorder to show up, so I’d better knock on wood… which I can, because my new desk is made of wood.
Old and busted
The New Hotness
The Unfortunate Side Effect
So, yeah. I’m pretty proud of this new setup. Most of the wires are hidden, which is no small feat. There are a lot of wires involved. The desk has lots of potential too. It’s unfinished wood, so that means I can finish it later if I want. I was thinking of doing a collage of photos on the desktop, and then varnishing the whole deal with clear lacquer to protect it.
There’s a side effect of disaster in my old living room as a result of the move. But, the good news is all the stuff that’s cluttering that livingroom isÂ mostly studio-related. I’ll have to set that up this week, because I’m shooting towards the end of the week, and I need a functional studio again. Motivation.
Here’s some more motivation:
I said to myself that I’d get this Wacom Bamboo tablet when I got a desk big enough for it. Being that it’s only the size of a mouse pad, that’s not saying much, but my new work area qualifies anyway. I’m looking forward to doing touchups with this new toy. Haven’t figured it out entirely yet, but I’m sure it’s not that hard.
It’s been an exciting day. More excitement tomorrow, I’m sure.