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  • what is going on, guys.

  • So I have all my hobbies, own stuff now installed in my new desk.

  • Work's based all pretty much set up here for the time being.

  • But there's one thing that we're gonna adhere to the finishing touch way G o.

  • Just a nice new cutting mat here to seal the deal.

  • All right, so then everything is all set up here.

  • Let's just go through.

  • I'll let you guys know here how I've got it set up.

  • Temporary.

  • Now, this is all gonna subject to change.

  • This is all just how I have arranged everything for the time being.

  • It took a little while because, you know, you have to kind of plan everything out, and you've got a lot of stuff to put here and there and everywhere.

  • But I've got it so far, and we'll see what changes along the line.

  • So let's start over for here.

  • Work away through the hobbies and stuff, will.

  • Just first off up here, I guess we'll start off very far back.

  • I've got two big lamps up here and hear about the death.

  • So hopefully lighting should be plenty.

  • Well enough recording videos here over here on the shelf.

  • Got some resin figures.

  • These artists, different little resin figures and things like that.

  • Got some Bandai campaign parts here some way of tank parts here.

  • These are called Boca Option Parts.

  • Stuff like this here for different detail of parts.

  • Things like that down here, some way of detailed parts.

  • So things like Bernier's Forster Bells, stuff like that from Wave couple of Tools here.

  • Caliper T Square hanging on this hook here got some different pipe option parts.

  • Caesar's from waves who got punched Different size pipes down over here, some sanding sponges.

  • Here are some standing stick sponges like that in the hidden compartment.

  • Here in my desk, I've got some M o mega paints here, which I need to give those to try.

  • Try putting those two more use, actually, so I don't ever use them on and also my electric sander Hear from David Union, which I also don't really ever use.

  • But hopefully I'll be able to use it more often now that I've got it more a little more accessible.

  • But I keep it there just because I don't really often find myself ever wanting to use that.

  • My on the other hand, hanging up under here is also from David Union.

  • This is just the rotary tool that I got there from them.

  • So it's just plugged in back there.

  • Just switched that on and when not in use, just hangs up underneath there.

  • So all right, so in the first box here got my d'you a option parts these air Just the three D printed parts that used a couple of those recently on my frame.

  • Arms custom built.

  • Got those in their next door.

  • Got different lens.

  • Clear lens option parts of these air just for a little camera bits.

  • Also used a couple of these on my frame.

  • Arms build down here.

  • Got standing sticks.

  • These are my favorite way of soft type of sending sticks.

  • 600 grids.

  • Use those pre much, primarily for a lot of my standing.

  • So just have a bunch of those.

  • And then over here, these are sending paper bits for these air for the David Union sending tool.

  • This is for a different sending tool that I've got up over there.

  • Down below that we've got this one is air brush cleaner and other one is enamel thinner down here.

  • And this deeper drawer next door to that Got some sponges.

  • This is phone Danielle expunged.

  • Chipping is rip off a piece of those.

  • Also got some party.

  • This is just cheap dollar store quality that works for what you're doing.

  • Heavy duty stuff, I guess.

  • And a sort of a big thing of epoxy putty here from my peopie Korean modeling company.

  • Over here, we've got just a bunch of different tools.

  • Kind of the stuff that you use kind of most often.

  • I've got pencils, a couple set of tweezers, toothbrush for its testing off little bits of dust and things on Seth uh, pen like marker pen describing tool Little.

  • These little sticks here, like paint stir sticks.

  • But I use them for all sorts of things.

  • Hubby knife and a couple of larger files over here.

  • Got a couple of different sets of nippers hanging up inside there and then just different brushes here.

  • So from a bunch, different company isn't kind of just a bunch of random stuff, but little brushes there for doing little bits of ham brushing up here Got my big hobby saw Giant one.

  • Got the electric paint mixer some smaller clips and some masking tape masking tape.

  • Masking tape is just fat masking tape, regular masking tape in smaller sizes.

  • And this is like really super thin ones.

  • And then there's the masking tape.

  • For kerb, service is as well different, lighter, fluid superglue on back down here, this top drawer is mostly describing tools.

  • Got some replacement knives there for my main hobby knife subscribing tape there.

  • And then we just got different.

  • Scarlett.

  • So these air BMC these air mad works Another couple of style X just Was there a chisel etching guide there somehow to go try tool stencils over here, and these are just different matter works just let's just cut them kind of lined up in years.

  • I just pulled out whatever escribir are chiseled.

  • I need just all lined up in there down below.

  • That got a couple of tummy weathering sets here.

  • Small size Q tips for like precision cleanup stuff.

  • Just a couple of bend I part separators there, just a couple of led elements there, and then this is just really fine saws Microsoft's and this says that sauce here from wave, which I keep the instructions here for that because there's some good tips for that that I would probably because I don't use that very often.

  • But if I needed, the instructions will come in handy for that on down below that this is, uh, springs so different size the springs of different sizes, of Rob's brass rods and aluminum rods here for painting stuff in here.

  • This couple of random, small bits of water slides that I don't want to put in, like with the big folder of all the rest of them on and then and this is just sort of useful, this little clip on wide angle lens for a smartphone news clip that on if you want to change your smartphone into a wide angle lens up here on paint.

  • Drax.

  • I've got Mr Weathering colors and powerline accent colors appear the front in the back just sometime mia animals.

  • And then around here as well, some more Tommy enamels, different types of glue up here in the front, Extra thing.

  • A.

  • B s and Mr Cement SP some surface primer.

  • Just a small bottle of that.

  • Some liquid mask their marks after mark center for decals.

  • A small little advice there for holding parts.

  • And over here these are guy animal Florissant paints there got Czako exceed, had just sort of on there for the time being as well.

  • And in kind of in the gap underneath here got some or ascribing tape.

  • So some scraping tape there and these are like zoo boards for holding in these over here, these paint clips closures fit into their like that actually don't really use these that much anymore because when I'm just doing my airbrushing, I'm doing it over there.

  • But these all sometimes use more.

  • So when I'm doing like hand painting little stuff in the little display cabinet here and open it up and see, I've got the minimum factory Musashi get their little shark it that I'm working on 1 20 skill old hold kit and then a couple of matt cake.

  • It's in there and converge Figure that I'm working on.

  • So the small things that I'm working on it can keep in there Down below that toothpicks sticky puts ticky tack for just sticking stuff and vessel ing for epoxy putty on resin kits.

  • Present figure kids singing.

  • You have two parts Go together and you don't want the poxy to stick to both sides and sticks them gasoline on one side.

  • So epoxy doesn't stick to that side.

  • And we'll talk about that.

  • Maybe the Futurity.

  • If you guys don't know what I'm talking about, that will make sense later on here.

  • I've got some sort of, like, basically die grandma stuff.

  • So I've got the mosque green weathering pigments here that are more Okamoto sent me and, uh, leaf punch here for making leaves from diary McLay and then a set of stuff here also from by ho.

  • It's water and mud effects stuff, which I've also yet to use.

  • So I need to actually try to stuff out here in the near future and the next one.

  • This is all just different wires, different science of wire use for different things.

  • All that over here in the shelves based.

  • Got the wave.

  • Part separator guy set of drills.

  • Got a couple of little paint trace here.

  • Plastic and metal ones in this box is just mostly to spare.

  • Polly caps pretty much and some you affect parts and other little stuff in there.

  • And this little trains of spare scraps of plot play and things that were just cut off but still usable.

  • If I just need to a little bit of plot play for something in this crab from that don't need to cut off a new slice.

  • Anything down below here?

  • This would be mad works, standing sponges and some little bits of send paper there below that is the god and sending sponges.

  • So I got some of those there as well in the center drawer, just kind of, Ah, mix of a few different tools here, up front here from wave these air just a couple of wave chisels which are really quite like get a couple of their different sets of tweezers here, a reaming tool here and then just stuff like this is just a metal describing tool like that, which I just got what you need to try out.

  • So I'm looking forward to testing that one, actually, Over here, this is bits for the router.

  • And then also they got hand spin mold tools, which I recently used, and below that, we got some small little chisels and little hand drill and the little hand router, this little just little battery powered router there, as well as a tiny drill that's there on top over here.

  • A couple of figure kids that have been a work in progress pro a really long time that I need to get on finishing those down below that, uh, some little paint tray of small pain trays, plastic and metal, a couple of plastic little pipettes in there.

  • Below that, this is a wire mesh as well as magnets against the magnets wire mesh that is useful for also adding detailed parts over here, Buddy Epoxy, putty and just to me, a basic party there.

  • Next one just got a bunch of Q tips.

  • Got loads of those in here next door to that got some polyester putty and some light curing parties of the different kinds of, but he didn't really actually use very often.

  • And then in here is to be Metal Foot, which parts so different but which detail parts just got stuck in there.

  • Now down below.

  • In this space, here is not actually a whole lot in this one of this guy's some larger.

  • She's either just pieces of plot played just really thin plot paper, actually, really super thin ones.

  • Extra spare bottle of glue for when that one runs out.

  • This is actually a name of stamp.

  • My name is on here in Japanese.

  • Anyone who's ever worked in Japan, you I have to have one of these for a signing official documents and steps that I have that just is a remnant from my time in Japan.

  • But I will occasionally use that just for fun, just to stamp on stuff, got my name there in Japanese and other, or hear a sandpaper just different grits of sandpaper just chopped up into smaller bits just for keeping that in here easily.

  • So below that last bit here is just some waterside cows.

  • Now I've got a bunch more in a separate folder somewhere else, but just basically to fill up the space.

  • I didn't really know what else to put in here.

  • I was kind of out of everything, and I needed something else to put in your side.

  • My other folder of vehicles is overflowing, so it took some of the burden off of that by sticking someone here.

  • So below that, we've got some just This is the deal.

  • Just Chinese bootleg decals basically just got some of those, mostly just generic caution markings and everything.

  • But then, above that, just the official.

  • These are all just Bandai official gumpawa gonna be kills here, Just couple of things to note here by Erin's Box and BB eight.

  • There got just different bases, so, just like a couple of different bases and would bid that I'm going to use for basis for stuff.

  • So I'm just keeping these up nearby and then down here in my plastic trays, which I'll use for works in progress and stuff.

  • He's a really helpful.

  • And then on the opposite side, of course, here is my airbrush painting station, which is a little bit of a mess at the moment because you work in progress that stuck there with no compressor.

  • Yet still, at the moment my compressor has not arrived yet, a new one and that space would need some cleaning up once new compressor arrives.

  • But that is pretty much it here for the new and improved.

  • It's not really new.

  • It's the same workspace that I've been using.

  • Or actually it's the same workspace that I've been neglecting.

  • Using has just been a mess, but now it's all cleaned up and ready to use.

  • So I can actually use this for making some cool videos now.