I would like to share some photos of my current collection. Just a few disclaimers:
My collection was previously housed in a well-lit upstairs room. My collection is currently residing in a basement that is unfinished and suffers from poor lighting. I am showing the two photos below to show you how I WANT my collection to look.
This Thundercats diorama I made for my cousin has features I would like to incorporate into my own displays: LED lights, photo backgrounds, 3D logos, and action figures that aren’t knocked over.
And here is my collection as it was many moons ago. Fairly organized, well-lit, in a finished room.
And here is part of my collection as it currently stands. Unfinished basement. Poor lighting. Plenty of figures that need stands. Shelves that need backs. Ugly concrete floors. Stuff still in boxes. Lots of work needed. But I have to start somewhere, right?
To the right of these shelves, I’ve got a couple of entertainment centers. Not painted/stained yet. Old-school CRT on one. Modern flat-screen on the other.
So that’s where I’m at right now. More space for toys than my previous room. But much more work needed to make it look presentable.
Since my last post on Nudj Fudge, I sold my house, moved, got a new job, and moved again (out of state). Which means my collection has been boxed up for a while and I’m still unpacking it. That hasn’t stopped me from acquiring some new pieces, including Masters of the Universe Classics, Alien Reaction figures, and Power of the Primes Transformers.
Have you seen the 4-inch scale Jabba’s Sail Barge from Hasbro Lab?
Also, I’m on Instagram now.
Not as organized as I would like it to be, but I had a sunny afternoon so I decided to take some updated photos. Please excuse the figures/vehicles not set up properly. I’m in need of action figure stands and some risers.
Left side of wall:
Right side of wall:
Right side display:
I’m not an expert, but you should probably wear gloves in space.
“‘X’ never, ever marks the spot.”
“‘X’ marks the spot.”
Must be nice to drive a police vehicle that doesn’t have room for a prisoner or even a passenger. Takes the pressure off of actually doing any work. Fly to Space Dunkin’ Donuts, eat, fly back to the station.