I'm wrapping up my computer migration. I'm still adjusting to using a Mac instead of a PC, so I'm only operating at about 85% efficiency for the moment. Plus, I need to purchase a new copy of Photoshop Elements or some appropriate substitute. However, I use Picasa for the majority of my editing, so my blog posts should be OK for the near-term.
I took advantage of the migration to reorganize my hobby area, so I'm excited with the amount of space I cleared for myself and how much easier it's going to be to access everything, especially basing material. I'll have easier access to pigments and other more exotic supplies, so I look forward to making more use of them. I may even set up my airbrush in the upstairs work area, as opposed to the basement area, if I learn how to control it well enough.
Another cool thing about the new photos of my workspace is that I've entered the photos in a contest by Benchvent.com. They'll make a random draw, and the winner gets an Exagon R bench ventilation device, used for sucking away airbrush overspray.
I look forward to immersing myself in modeling and painting again. One thing that's motivating me is the prospect to play Eden and/or Alkemy for Demo Day #4, which I'm now organizing for 23 February at Dropzone Games in Glen Burnie, MD. I also want to renew my goal to demo Carnevale. It will be interesting to see how far I get along in only 3 months!