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David Willis shares his secrets to a modeling hideaway.
Last year, when I learned that my job would probably necessitate a move, I must admit to a bit of self-centered panic. I knew there was no way that the old wardrobe which contained my workbench would make the move. My brothers and I had virtually destroyed it during my last move, and it was held together with “spit and chicken-wire”, as my dad used to say. I began to fret that my modeling might be relegated to a card table in the corner of the garage. But those fears were unfounded as God blessed us with a house with a spare bedroom. Now the bedroom has been made the official man-cave, and its closet, which has become my modeling space, is the subject of this article. Read the rest of this entry »