Grave Consequences

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 Stop touching me! I am the night!
One down side of a long-term relationship; it’s harder to pick on your partner, once they know your little tricks.

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 No, it’s fine, you keep me on my toes plenty…!

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 Oh, a redaction!

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I think this is also the first time one of our comics has shown us at the PCs from this angle, so you see our ‘NASA-esque’ setup.
Custom-built U-shaped desk fit to the dimensions of the room. One of my first projects and yet I’m still pretty happy with it. Still holding up strong and had so much lacquer put on it I don’t think it can be stained.
Next step…

24 comments on “Grave Consequences

    1. Eeeeyup.

      Custom-built, identical rigs and layouts designed for high-end, cooperative gaming.

      …which we have entirely no time to do anymore. 🙂
      Trying to get back into it. Actually about to play some Divinity. Yesterday was Skylanders though. *shrug* I guess if we’re not using the awesome systems at least we’re playing on a Nintendo projecting to 146 inches.
      (Another thing we hardly ever have time to use)

      1. Ah the old problem. loads of time to play games = no money to buy the best gear to play them on, earning loads of money to buy the best gear to play games on = no time to play them. At least for most of us I understand there are some individuals who have loads of money and time but no interest.

  1. Omg that is one impressive computer setup! I hope to have a nice setup like that one day (although sadly I definitely don’t have Fox’s building skills).

      1. Fox….when you build things like this, do you draw up plans first or literally design it on the fly? When I start a project like yours, I have a mental image of what I want, and build to suit coming up with all manners of “mods” on the fly. So far, I’ve only had one project get completely bogged down in minutiae with all the little extra ‘details’ I kept adding. This ever happen to you?

        1. I know I design on the fly. I end up with some interesting solutions to problems that arise because I don’t want to stop. I solve on the fly

  2. Ah HA! proof at last that fox is converting their house into a space shuttle. I knew it! 😛

    1. Our setup for Artemis actually uses podiums, a helm station and a ~150″ screen from a projector.

  3. Fox… I am pretty sure that at least some of that photo of the Air Force UAV pilot cockpit is classified Brother. Miiiiight want to take some of that out or blur it a bit.

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