Somewhat over due (especially since the quality of the pictures were rather poor, I didn’t really take my time with the pictures) as I have moved in last week. But yeah, after a very long time of contemplating where to put stuff so things look good and my workspace remains a work space (and figures were in places so they could be seen, not just for the sake of being there).
On a side note, school is finally starting for me. I have five essay courses (I think four, if not all of them, are lab courses) and two math courses (one advanced). Things will slow down, and if it gets too rough I may have to step out of blogging for good (actually, next semester gets significantly easier, we’ll have to see).
The opening picture is an overview of my room. The place is quite a bit larger than my room in my previous two years so the camera’s field of view can only cover two walls. The one above is the view of the missing one. There’s really not much to see though. I don’t have all that many graphics to stick on walls (I love that wallscroll though) and I’d be caught dead with a dakimakura, though there is that Saber Lily one that I wouldn’t mind having (actually I wouldn’t mind having either one of the three).
I have two desks placed 90 degrees against each other. One of them I intended for computer stuff and the other I used for old school pen and paper stuff. From personal experience, when I actually need the computer, very rarely is a lot of writing involved. A spinning chair allows me to switch back and forth with ease, and it also looks (and feels) really cool when switching between stations. The window right in front of the laptop is a minor nuisance, but I never actually intended to use my computer a whole lot during day light hours anyway.
I’m doing my best to keep things clean and tidy (expanding lots of energy and time in the process, tell me you get the joke…) . Two problems I can’t really do much about is the stack of printing paper (that pile of paper went through two moving trips involving hasty packing) and the mouse wire.
The nendoroids don’t fall when I print stuff, I just tried.
I originally did not foresee the difference in scale. It certainly looks weird but they cracks me up every time I see them.
I leave my work desk big and roomy on purpose for several reasons. That gap between Clalaclan and Saber Alter will be filled by future scaled figures eventually. I also prefer to have enough space for papers to clutter around (it’s just a matter of time).
That end of the desk is empty, so she gets her own shot (I love that figure).
Book shelf is rather empty because I only have two courses this semester that need books. My old books and DVDs are shelved in the ones in the living room. The reason why the top shelf (not the shelf top) is not occupied by figures is because I want the stuff there to be accessible. Saber Lily will be joined soon by the Invisible Air/Excalibur version of classic Saber, and Alter will come eventually (not sure if they’re making any figures of Extra, I don’t think she’s that popular).
If you’ve been following my tweets, you’d know that I really ran out of ideas on where to put these guys.
A shot of the living room shelf where my Nanoha figmas are held. I try to limit the amount of figures I have out here because it is public space (though my roommate did give me permission to display my stuff)
So that concludes the tour of my living quarters. I hope you enjoyed your visit and we will see you next time (I have to catch the 8 o’clock bus tomorrow morning else I’d be late for class, ugh).