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I then moved on to wondering if anyone has ever made a display of all The Lego Movie master builders?
I've had a Google but the term master builder throws up a lot of real world stuff so just wondered if anyone knew of such a display or build?
hope you like it...
now I'm working into a big one to put 110 minifigs
Left #30428 Green Ninja Mech Dragon at the office.
Thought I'd share this from Brothers Brick:
I just have a generic case display case that I place figures in.
I was considering purchasing a few for some displays, but was curious about the quality and/or if anyone had cheaper alternatives?
Looking to display about 1,000 figures in a frame/shelf method.
The thing that i am not sure about is how to secure the perspex. I want it to be secure, but also easy to access if need be.
The best idea i have had so far is to put a little triangle of metal in each corner secured by a wood screw or nail.. but this is a naff idea. Anyone got any better ideas?
Here's my Star Wars minifigs (depressingly few) displayed on top of a chest of drawers
And a really blurry picture of my marvel super heroes minifigs above the Star Wars ones on a shelf. The stands are self built out of lego pieces.
Back of the stand. It's really flimsy, so I don't touch it much. It almost completely fell apart when I turned it around.
All my marvel figs are displayed on top of ugly red bricks. I know some of you purists would not stand for that, but hey, I don't have very much lego and you gotta do what you gotta do
This is how I've started to display my licensed CMFs. "FiguCase" - deep frames with a slide-in perspex front. Quite expensive but pretty cool. Also included with each frame is a wall-mounting fixture - unfortunately I haven't got any free wall space in the man-cave at the moment :-S
If you can't make your own army of stormtroopers, why even bother? :P
Random mixture of CMFs in this picture but it now has series 15, 16 & 17 in it and the 18 Disney CMFs are in their own smaller frame.
As now had limited space at home, my buying will be slowed down tremendously, so I foresee the ratio gap will continue to get wider and wider indefinitely, unless TLG at some point in the future stop producing Star Wars sets. :)
Do you do it by #?
Or by item name?
I like the idea of doing it by name better, but that would mean every time I got a new figure I'd have to move every figure to make room for a new version of Han Solo every 6 months.