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Back to the home office

by Daniel Sun Thu Aug 06, 2015 2:55 am

I've been MEGA busy the last couple of weeks, shifting offices. You may or may not know that for the past 3 years I've been operating Sun-Studios from my Studio in Richmond Melbourne. Our studio was a large one, a big warehouse with a tall ceiling, multiple rooms and open space. Over the years we had many small businesses and creative people renting space - painters, musicians, developers, tattooists and even florists. Truly, it was a creative space for creative people.

Let us reflect on the past few years at our Studio Richmond...

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During the 3 years at the Studio, my office space moved around several times. In the beginning, I was in the office section at the front of the building, sharing the space with our first few tenants.
For the last 2 years, my office has looked something like the image above (Notice the Sun-Studios logo stenciled on the wall :D).

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This is my lovely shelf! Filled with all my files, stationary, books and computer components. Notice my sketch book collection above, my personal sketch books ranging from 2006-2014. The photo clips the bottom, but there are some musical instruments and drums down there.

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Here's a wider shot of the warehouse section. As you can see, lots of paintings and open space. The image is deceiving in the sense that the space is much larger than it looks. On a number of occations we hosted some art exhibitions, couple of parties, gigs...

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Remember that Sun-Studios stencil I mentioned? It had to go :( As we are moving out of the studio, all the walls must be painted back to original white. I painting this whole wall, leaving the logo to last. A sad moment indeed, having to paint over this logo.

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Back to the home office. It's been awhile since I've worked from home, not sure if I remember how to. Atleast I will have the company of 2 cats and 2 dogs... great. But the fuel spent on traveling everyday will be saved.

One day, I will return to a professional work space. I hope to create one in the same spirit as Studio Richmond.
Sadly, all good things must come to an end... Our time in the studio is up, and we must move back to our home office - for now...
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Re: Back to the home office

by i.am.ally Thu Aug 06, 2015 3:37 am

Sometimes we take risks that open us up to bigger and better things. Bigger and better is just around the corner for Sun-Studios, I'm sure.
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Re: Back to the home office

by Daniel Sun Thu Aug 06, 2015 6:55 am

i.am.ally wrote:Sometimes we take risks that open us up to bigger and better things. Bigger and better is just around the corner for Sun-Studios, I'm sure.


:) Indeed! I wonder what will be next.
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Re: Back to the home office

by Omar Fri Aug 07, 2015 7:15 am

The next time you work in a professional work place. It will probably be Sun-Studio's own Studio.
Good luck in the future mate!
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Re: Back to the home office

by Daniel Sun Tue Sep 08, 2015 3:56 am

Omar wrote:The next time you work in a professional work place. It will probably be Sun-Studio's own Studio.
Good luck in the future mate!


The Richmond studio was basically that :p
Currently, cause I also run Dime Studios - we operate from the Arcade in Melbourne. The Arcade is a shared indie dev work space - pretty cool place to work.
One day I'll open up another studio for myself.
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Re: Back to the home office

by JOSHUA Thu Sep 10, 2015 9:26 am

Daniel Sun wrote:
Omar wrote:The next time you work in a professional work place. It will probably be Sun-Studio's own Studio.
Good luck in the future mate!


The Richmond studio was basically that :p
Currently, cause I also run Dime Studios - we operate from the Arcade in Melbourne. The Arcade is a shared indie dev work space - pretty cool place to work.
One day I'll open up another studio for myself.


wait,another? so what keeps you from staying? and i'm hoping you rework the other armed with wings games and sell it, cause truly you deserve better!
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