Tuesday, March 22, 2011

WOULD YOU LIKE A TOUR OF MY STUDIO?


I do not consider myself a writer especially if I write in English… so I will be short. 

I love my studio! I walk in and forget about the whole entire world. I end up in my own world of tranquility and relaxation. I love my studio because it is mobile. I can set it up in 10 minutes anywhere in the house. I am surrounded by friends (hammers, pliers, files, torches…oy!). Let’s take a peek. But first I have to find the right camera to take pictures for you. Which camera should I choose?


This one should be good. OK, what do we see here? Tools, tools and more tools…
 


Stethoscope?! I use it to listen to my finished piece’s heart. I believe that each piece should have one.

Oh, wait … here is just what I need. Chocolate is right next to my torches!














Also, in the picture on the right I have a pleasure monitor. I use it to check blood pleasure of the piece wearer to ensure that she enjoys wearing it.




Quiet often I use help of my furry friends. Today Samuel came to play with a strand of beads. 




Thanks for visiting my very small studio where less is more.

39 comments:

  1. Very charming account of yur workspace Inessa ... and less certainly is more!

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  2. great post..so many tools. lol i have a chocolate bar in my pic too. and i love the cat in the one pic.

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  3. LOL chocolate and stethoscops!! I love your furry friend. I have a bunch of those that "help" if you want to call it that LOL

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  4. It certainly looks like you and your pal work hard here. My dog and kitties try to be helpful too.

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  5. Your cat is so cute! I also have a stash of chocolate by my side when I'm working :)

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  6. its not small as long as its functional... awesome workplace!

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  7. hahaha... stethoscope, blood pressure, torches and chocolates, what a great combination! :D

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  8. Lovely workspace! And a great fellow worker to! :)

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  9. You are a hoot! Thanks for the laugh! (and showing us around)

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  10. How interesting...love it! Choclate, furry friends and a craft you love...what else does a girl need!

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  11. Chocolate is always good!

    I think you should do a photography series on your blog. I would LOVE to learn photography from you! I am teaching myself right now, and it is going slowly.

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  12. You definitely always need chocolate in the work space! Thinking Food :)

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  13. great to read and see an unconventional approach of the theme!:))

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  14. just how my spot is very small i live in a condo so my living space is my work space too.

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  15. Love that you have chocolate and a kitty helper.

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  16. Everything an artist needs, friends, tools and chocolate!!!

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  17. ah, that's perfect - as long as chocolate is involved, it works for me too. *lol
    i like your post - short and to the point :)

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  18. haha love the chocolate and the little helper :)

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  19. Love your 'support tools' and your furry helper.

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  20. I think your post is just perfect, very entertaining. I had soda on my workspace, my chocolate is hidden from my hubby!!

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  21. This is excellent! I love the fluffy cat! :)

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  22. LOL. Great post. I love the clutter, chocolate and cat!

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  23. Wow! You have industrial strength jewelry making tools. I just have a pair of pliers, a crimper & a cutter. Darling kitty too :-)

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  24. Great post -- I'm almost tempted to post my cluttered workspace!

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  25. Love the chocolate and the helper!

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  26. Love that you have a stethoscope and can monitor blood pressure in your studio- you are too cute!

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  27. My cat loves to keep me company as well...but I think my favorite part is the stethoscope...that is just excellent

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  28. I love your work space, it looks like mine.

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  29. Another engineer and artist. It is great to find others, just like me! Love how you can craft anywhere, why did I have to pick a craft that requires 220V and 30A?

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