My hobby cave is actually a large closet attached to the loft area of my apartment. It was actually one of the selling points for the only decent apartment we found when we first moved out to Connecticut. We didn't know anyone out or even have the first clue to the housing situation so our efforts in tracking down housing were a bit rough. This was made worse by the fact that the extreme distance we were moving (1000 miles) and short time frame only allowed for one trip out here to look before we moved. The place we moved into was great, but considerably more expensive than we wanted. In any case, we decided to spend more money on a nice place rather than being miserable in a cheaper, crappy place. In any case, special lady friend was gracious enough let me use it right from the first day we moved in. Being in a loving and supporting relationship kicks a whole ton of ass.
OK, lets get started!
Oh, and be sure to click on the images for the large versions.
A proof of concept for the bases for my Daemon army There's also a bit of foam there that a typically keep handy for when I need to rest the actual model on a safe surface during painting.
The aforementioned WIPs - my plaguebearers and the turret to a Fire Prism. The lower shelf is storage for random things - weathering powders, old foam, air brush related jars and some painting rigs I use for priming.
Welp, that's about for the tour of my hobby cave. Sadly, no RPG stuff today since this post is so long. If anyone has any questions, pop 'em in the comments.