I recently just moved and have a new studio set up and the house. I also just got that drawing table - prior to this month I was using a portable drawing table with the handle and ruler (you can see it there behind the chair). Anyhoo, I'm always curious to see the workspace of other artists so I figured I would post this.
Also, for those interested in art materials, here's what I used for penciling. the 2ply Bristol paper is 9x12 but I use a letter sized drawing space because I have a small all-in-one type scanner. The pencil is a drafting pencil with 4H leads which keep the pencils light so I can drop out the gray after it's inked. On the far left there, I have my script and do the page layout/compositions in the margin.
As fot the actual paper, I've used 3 different kinds making Book One. I can't really tell the difference in quality, so I just go for the cheapest one. The pad I'm currently using only cost $4. In the words of an old detergent commercial from way back when : "I can't tell a difference, can you tell the difference?...PRICE is the difference!"
When I get to the inking I'll post more materials related stuff then :)