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    Good setup fam!

    How'd you get it on CNET?

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    Nice setup.

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    One of Darrell's mantras: "Try to keep the physical representation of things you hope to obtain or experience."



    Its an 1:18 model. I was talking to this millionaire real estate agent female the other day and she told me what drives her. She used PHYSICAL representation of what she wanted to achieve to remind herself every morning why she was going to work. I have always used pictures on my desktop, motivational phrases on my wall, but never something tangible.
    http://www.peoplesboard.com/board/sh...Panamera-today!




    Nice work man!

    I see a lot of patience and skill there. Props!

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    Absolutely! These words explain my coming up all the way to a man. Had about 25 different cars, that statement explains the obsession.

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    They had a link where it said show us yours.... And did that

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    Great work. Is this just a hobby for you or do you also do this professionally? I'm sure there are many who would pay for your services.

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    It was a hobby at the time. Wasn't happy with the basement space. Not professional at all, just tried to use some common sense before doing any of it.
    Having a computer with model design software is a huge time saver as I see where I want to go before actually getting there. Peep...

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    Ryobi tools though?
    Step up to some man tools, sir. Hilti, Makita, Festool. Put the toys away.









    ;) Joking.

    Well done, but still Ryobi leaves a ton to be desired even if they got you into CNET.


    What was the total build time and budget?


    I see you put in the back wall for anti sound reflection purposes. And was about to say - so you're up on Skyline Schroeder 2-D diffusers and mapped out the blocks



    Then read the comment a few pages later:

    He even made a sound diffuser made out of randomly placed blocks. "I know there's an equation," Darrell says, "but this isn't that."

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    The hard tools was my first time purchasing those types of tools. Ryobi fittedmy budget at the time. Otherwise I like Dewalt tools. Would take about 3 weeks to do if you had everything. Did it at my own pace, probably was about 2-3 months.

    Paint was roughly 40
    Sheet of drywall 8-11
    Led Strip light kit 85 - 95
    TV (had it already)
    Floor 6-7 boxes 200
    All Moldings 35
    Different lengths of wood 50-100
    Outdoor Grass Rug 20
    VU Meter 25
    Acrylic Blocks 10 each 200
    Egg chairs Free
    Fabric 20
    Futon 180

 

 

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