What are all those bottles and where's the computer? I kid. I thought for sure you use an airbrush for some things, but I don't see one anywhere. Am I wrong?
But, but....where's the...COMPUTER?!
Okay, so now I am jealous. Great work space!
It looks like you could open up your own art supply store! I'm not only jealous of that, but of the sweet Big Trouble in Little China poster you have! Very nice digs, sir!
...but don't you think it's too much well organized? ^_^
Thanks for sharing Travis! I see the bottles over there on the left..are you still using the Paasche VL airbrush?
Struzan is definately the master. Every studio should have a Struzan piece.Peace and blessingslfbesq
This is awesome!
Big Trouble In Little China! Awesome! Oh, I the studio is nice, too. ;)
Wow, not glamorous?! You may not be sporting a 24 inch HD cintiq but this setup blows most studios I've seen out of the water. Your selection of inks, paint, paper, pencils, stencils, etc is amazing. I am completely enthralled. In lieu of natural light your lighting setup seems ideal. The organization of everything is fantastic. I hope you continue to post more of this kind of stuff.
I love pictures of work spaces. Thank you for sharing.
I have seen that Big Trouble in Little China piece in person at Karl Kesel's house. When I first saw it it was during a party. It was just there, framed on the wall, and I nearly shit my pants. I spent a good amount of time during that party with my face about 2 inches from that piece.You've got a lot of art supplies!... I should branch out and try things. Do you keep any other inspiration around, other than a couple Struzan posters? I do like that you have your Metabarons poster up. I've known some artists who have acted like having their own stuff up was some how a bad thing, but I think there is real value in it.
Haha -- I thought it was you in the mirror! Great space:)
Congratulation ! great studio man :)
What I wouldn't give to see a Travis Charest original peice of Big Trouble In Little China!"When some wild-eyed, eight-foot-tall maniac grabs your neck, taps the back of your favorite head up against the barroom wall, looks you crooked in the eye and asks you if ya paid your dues, you just stare that big sucker right back in the eye, and you remember what ol' Jack Burton always says at a time like that: "Have ya paid your dues, Jack?" "Yessir, the check is in the mail.""-Jack Burton
Too bad the art hanging on the desk has a white-out on :(
Haha this is awesome, wish I had a set up like this!
I might argue that this studio is in fact an installation art piece in some museum/gallery, but alas it is just your work space. I have a much different setup, but now that I see all of your hanging items I may have to adapt some of your ideas. I can rarely find a ruler when I need one. Thank you for sharing.
Ah, man you have more toys than me! And a bigger table! Also, I want that hidden Metabarons cover :P
First thing I noticed was the Big Trouble in Little China poster...then the rest settled in. Nice!
so nicely organized. it makes me sad that most artists, these days, work digitally. i love the inks and stencils around.