Three plus years in the making so far. Here are some new additions to my modest DMP-inspired studio--modest by comparison to professional studios.
1) Drying racks, two versions now. The one on the left is the latest and has an extra rack. It doesn't wiggle at all. Black lacquer spray paint. Open space at bottom of units are for stand-on-end canvasses, boards, or panels. Small paintings can be placed on a single board in one or more of the slats. Designed for boards and panels but canvasses can be placed on boards for support. I drape a microfiber king size black sheet over them to keep the dust out. It works yet is still well ventilated.
2) Here is a set of value checkers you put in your still life setup to check white values while looking through a color checker. To use, put white paint on the tongues of color checker and selected wood wedge. Then, compare both, the two whites, to make sure the values are the same.
3) Adding wheels to the Geneva palette table makes it easier to move around.
4) In the works, not ready for prime time, are a dozen floating frames for my paintings on aluminum panels. Mostly 24" x 24" and 24" x 20". That means epoxy gluing aluminum trim channels to the backs of the panels before I even begin the paintings. I'm taking the advice of @PaulB
and framing before the paintings leave my studio when the substrates are aluminum--to protect the edges.
That's it folks. Last of updates for a while. Back to painting. Happy to answer any questions you may have. Summer