I thought it'd be fun to show a quick glimpse of what my office/studio looks like. Instead of being loaded with easles, paints, pottery or welding tools, I'm loaded with monitors. I started using multiple screens when I worked at a studio that did. I used to think it was silly, but now I can never go back. On one screen I have my rendering displaying, so I can see updated renders of what I'm working on without impeding my desktop space. The TV screen I'm using to show a training video so I can work along with it. I'll usually stick videos or reference work on TV so I don't have to keep flipping through windows. Of course on my main screen is usually whatever program I'm actually working in.
On the main monitor, I'm practicing masking in zbrush and how to make subgroups of single objects. Unlike anything I've worked with before, Zbrush's masking abilities are ridiculously useful. The keyboard and mouse shortcuts are pretty intense but extremely intuitive. I am able to isolate and center a piece of geometry as fast as I can think about it. That speeds up the entire modeling process by many times.