You don’t need a giant studio with the newest top-of-the-line gear to make great work, but you do need a space that you like to be in. It should be somewhere you feel safe and inspired. And it doesn’t require a big budget. Whatever amount of space you have, whether that’s a corner you carve out of a room for a desk and a comfortable chair with nice lighting or a part of your garage, you can do small things to make your studio a space you want to be in and one that is conducive to getting work done. The artistic process is difficult enough; make it easier on yourself by creating a space that meets your individual needs. The energy of your space will have an effect on your ability to produce work efficiently. What ...

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