Friday, 30 September 2016

Workbench Wired Up

I have now installed my sons unwanted CD Player and Radio above my workbench, which means I am far more likely to sit in my dusty, freezing cold garage late at night over the coming months to paint figures, rather than sit in the nice warm dining room at the laptop. The sound quality isn't too bad either, so I can annoy the neighbours with Queens of the Stone Age at full blast, safe in the knowledge that they will be able to sing along. As you can see, the Congo figures are lining up in the painting queue and are getting restless, as all good natives should, so I'm hoping to paint up a couple of units over the weekend.


  1. That is an unnaturally tidy workbench Jim - makes my skin crawl!!


  2. Frighteningly tidy, but a wonderful space nonetheless.

  3. Nice - I wish my shed was wired for sound like that.



  4. Mmmm... thank you for allowing us into your world. Now, explain all those boxes of cocktail sticks...? :)

  5. I took the precaution of placing my own radio into a clear plastic bag. There is far too much dust and debris in my shed-at-the-bottom-of-the-garden to leave it naked.


  6. The rest of the place is a tip!

    The cocktail sticks are for the wifes tequila slammers.