I've been reading a lot of articles lately on artists' workspaces. I find it very interesting the difference from one artist to another. I seem to be more like the one whose work space is fairly utilitarian and worn. I also like clutter and trinkets looking over me. However, I have seen artists' who keep workspaces immaculate and totally presentable as a formal room of their homes. One artist has labeled and categorized his materials, papers, paints and even water! So, here's my drawing table as I was painting the 3 illustrations for Red River Kids. Since it was just 3, I worked on them simultaneously - to keep a consistent palette. The iPod kept me company as the room I'm in is isolated from the rest of the house. For a closer look, click on the image to embiggen!

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