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Cartoonists in the news: Rick Stromoski and his newly designed studio

Soup to Nutz creator Rick Stromoski recently renovated his studio with the help of a designer.

Davenport returned about a month later with a plan. The walls would be a pretty Guilford Green; the floors, engineered wood in a pecan finish. The drafting table would be swapped with the computer desk, so each was on an opposite wall. Two sofa-length window seats would replace the futon, and every piece of surrounding wall space would be covered with floor-to-ceiling built-in bookcases. One window seat would be dedicated to the couple’s 12-year-old daughter, Molly, who likes to do her homework in the studio while her father works in the afternoon.

The story, linked above, also has a small photo where you can see some of the results. It would have been nice to have seen a before and after picture.

Community Comments

#1 CTcartoonist
@ 3:18 pm

Congrats on the new studio, Rick. The “new look” is great….of course the “old look” was still way better than what my studio looks like now. There’s only so much I can do with a basement studio.

For those artists that didn’t catch the original story in the Hartford Courant, Here’s the link. There’s MORE PICTURES!!,0,7997988.story

#2 Danny Burleson
@ 7:06 pm

Looks nice and functional. I’m officially jealous.

#3 Rich
@ 8:55 pm

CT thanks, the photos helped a lot. I agree, the before picture is still better than mine. Nice looking layout.

#4 Mark
@ 7:19 am

It’s probably because I haven’t had my coffee yet, but I can’t find the photos on either of the story links. The description of it sounds great, though.

#5 Rich
@ 12:28 pm

I couldn’t find them on the original posting, but in CT’s link they are on the right.

#6 Cindermain
@ 2:54 pm

Niiiiiiiiiiice studio, congrats!

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