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Studio Friday: Positive Space

This is my first Studio Friday. My couch is where I do most of my work. It is the best spot. You need to be comfortable to create and what is more comfy than a couch.

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Anonymous said…
It looks very comfortable and soft. I do a lot of sketching on the couch too.

wynlen
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tine said…
Morgan,

Welcome to 'Studio Friday'!!
You are so right, one needs to be in a comfy space to be able to relax and think and get all those ideas and write them all down. ;-) One essential thing in a studio i think to have: a comfy couch, chair or sofa of any kind. Even a few big cushions on the floor do the trick. :-)
Jenn Higgins said…
I don't have a chair or couch in my studio and I am starting to think I really need one.

Cool couch.
isay said…
that is really a comfy couch and looks so soft, too. do you get sleepy too after finishing your drawings?
Bea said…
I want to have a couch, too, boohooh! But I don´t have enough space! So, I sit on the floor sometimes, but it´s too hard and too cold... I had a sheepskin rug lying on the floor, which was great, but I ruined it when I tried to wash it in my washing machine...

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