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Member Since: October 6, 2013

Country: United States


Rph/research scientist with not enough time to keep my projects going (Yet).

  • I have known a few very creative (makers in today's term) individuals in my lifetime and virtually all had meticulously organized work spaces. Some were as small and compact as a dedicated corner in a crowded appartment or as large as an old victorian multistory house. The largest contained a second generation Italian/American violin maker and his passion for love and care his stringed instruments. The smallest was that of a fellow GI who produced the most detailed scenes starting with off-the-shelf plastic models and his skill at transporting them into scenes reflecting the dust, dirt, wear and tear of combat. Each had their unique method of storage, indexing, cataloging and placing their tools to optimize their creative time. Thanks for the excellent topic. This article illustrates the wholistic approach to realizing the most successful creativive projects.

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