I need help for displaying my collection !I need help for displaying my collection !Ask MFC

CloPokeCloPokeHace 5 meses
Hi guys!

With the confinement going on, i'm actually take advantage of my free time to move around my figures.
Since nearly one year i've split my collection in 2 part: One in my living room just behind my desk and the other one in my room on a shelf. The part in my room is really fine and protect of direct sun light but the part in my living room eeeh i had problem with it.

The "shelf" is another desk with box covered of a piece of fabric. But i'm not satisfied... Plus it's in direct sunlight and on the way to my room (causing of knocking them sometime, Alice have a break peg because of this)

I wanted to know how you guys, who don't have big shelves or "showcase" (glass shelves? idk how it's called in english), expose your figures.

Just to precise, i can partially move figure to the other part of the collection but not all the collection and i wait more figure soooo
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kaitylee Kawaii Mistress
As someone mentioned earlier, acrylic risers are pretty cheap and a great solution for displaying figures.
Hace 5 meses
I like the paper riser method that's used here: BLOG #30134
They're easy to make, you can customize the height and they're surprisingly stable, I've used it for scales too with no issue.
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Hace 5 meses
You can get risers for pretty cheap on Amazon that can help you get rid of the cloth and make it look nicer.

There's also the option of just getting a bookcase from your standard box store, they usually don't run *that* expensive. If that's still a bit to much, some wall shelves if you are able to secure things to walls.
Hace 5 meses
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