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Early mornings and late afternoons at the studio tend to be crazy busy, and the group routinely blows off steam with video-game breaks. “It’s a morning coffee thing,” says Voorhes. “You come in and there’s a million things you need to do, and your brain is a little fried, so you go over there for ten minutes to stop looking at one screen and look at another. My wife is a sweetheart, and she thought we needed someone to hold our beer or coffee while we were playing Soul Caliber, so she rigged this mannequin up for us. Behind it is a photo I shot for Sweet Leaf Tea, one of my first commerical clients here — those cutouts are all over Texas, at convenience stores and gas stations, and it’s one of those things I see around that’s mine that makes me happy.”