At one point my workspace had 4 screens. [link]
Here, in my continuing attempt to be more like Dr. Doom, there are 6 screens. Hardcore! Let's look at them in order.
First is the 21 inch monitor hooked up to the computer I do most of my art on. I watch video and Blu Rays on it too. It also has a TV card so I can watch regular cable TV. Hey look, Conan is on!
Below that is my Wacom Cintiq 12WSX. I've had it for about 2 or 3 years now. It's been a life changer.
Then there is my laptop, an 18.4 inch Acer which I've also had for about 2 years. It's still pretty awesome escept for the fact that it still runs Windows Vista. Here it's playing Spore. I don't usually set it up on the desk like this, it's just here for the sake of this photo.
Then there's my regular everyday surfing computer, which has 2 monitors. The one on the left was just sort of found somewhere and given to me. I have it turned on its side because that's the only way it'll fit with everything else on the desk. I've got an old Wacom Graphire hooked up there. I put my Twitter on so I could read my own tweets because I think I'm pretty funny. [link]
Lastly is another computer, because 3 computers was just not enough. Actually, no. It's from work. They asked me to take it home to test out a few things and see what it could do. This picture was taken in February and so now that computer is back at work for the classes that I teach. It's got a brand new Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch hooked up. In fact, we bought 10 of them.
You can't see all the cool toys and books and DVDs I have in the room but you can see pictures of some of them in one of the monitors, oddly enough.