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Monday, May 19, 2014

Daily Life "My Workstation" by Elisa Choi


I spend everyday of my time in front of the computer to do a lot of things like writing, plan for business, research, post process my paintings, and put ideas into a design. I have a num pad below my laptop to help me navigate comfortably around the web since I sometimes suffer from a mild carpal tunnel syndrome. I use a Wacom tablet (right) instead of a mouse because I do digital illustrations and other designs and therefore it helps make the work easier like holding a pencil. Sometimes I listen to music with the earphones inside the pouch.

It is very lovely to see your daily life in sketches. It makes me smile. :)

8 comments:

  1. A good sketch of your multi-tasking work-station, everything catered for except the coffee at the moment. I haven't heard of a num pad, though I do have a wacom tablet which I haven't used for ages. It's so interesting to see how other people work and set up their workplace.

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    1. Thanks Jez. I don't drink coffee though. :) and yes it's cool to see the workstation of others.

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  2. Nice you have the money for all those gadgets. I have arthritic of my fingers and wrist but since I used the computer mine has got alot better.

    I used to write by hand my journals and write letters. I seldom do now as if I do them my writs ache and fingers stiffen. If I do too much art or sketching then I have to stop for an hour or so and then go back to it. All part of life for me and my Colitis problems.

    I just have to learn to quit for awhile and not over do it. It is like that with life. When to say yes and when to say no.

    Elisa.

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    1. thanks carol. not really because the wacom tablet has been a gift to me. the rest i have bought in a much cheaper price. the laptop is second hand. good that you rest. take care!

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  3. You are one busy lady! Clever all those devices to make life easier. And such a nice line drawing it is too. Enjoy your day there!

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    1. thanks lynn! i tried to rest as much as possible!

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  4. Good arrangement - can we call this a modern still life (instead of a bowl of fruit)? :)

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    1. haha thanks elaine. i like that term. ;)

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