I’ve posted before about the cleanup activities I’ve done in my office/game room. I am afraid that have to admit that I can be ridiculously disorganized and sloppy about some things, and my gaming room had been one of them. Then we decided to sell the house meaning I had to box up tons of stuff to “declutter” the house, which meant for several weeks my entire house was a mess of piles of stuff as we tried to decide what to keep, what to store and what to just throw out or donate.
Well, as of this morning the decluttering, painting and reorganizing of my office/game room is complete.
The above photo is of my trays full of cast Hirst blocks and my cases that I carry with me when I am running a campaign. Since I live far in the mountains I can’t run games at my house, nobody wants to drive this far to game. Anyway those are two rolling “drawer sets” each with seven drawers that are roughly 1’x1’x3″, and most of them are full. So roughly four cubic feet of Hirst Arts blocks. Once we get moved I’m going to be making stuff out of them. 🙂
This photo is of the top shelf of the same closet my Hirst Arts blocks are in. The foam “block” in the center of the photo is actually a stack of about a dozen foam miniatures cases, each about 1’x2′ and of varying heights depending on what sort of minis are inside. Basically that stack has over a thousand miniatures. The plastic cases on each side either have more Hirst Arts blocks, uncased miniatures or raw materials for making terrain or miniatures. Two or three of the cases are literally packed full of my dragon minis.
It’s sort of nice having the room all cleaned up, but at the same time I know that my working on minis or terrain is probably going to be on hiatus until we get this house sold and moved to a new one… Sigh.