But I have the room now and have begun unpacking! So here we go, the first pics as I slowly set up my collection!
Oh and i'm VERY open to tips on taking photos.
That shelving system where the G1 were pictured? It's about 6 foot tall, very big.
Top Shelf - G1 Autobots (mostly pre-movie)
Second Shelf - G1 Decepticons (mostly pre-movie)
Third Shelf - G1 Autobots (mostly post-movie)
Fourth Shelf - G1 Decepticons (mostly post-movie)
Under that I could have added another shelf but it would haven't been very high, so I left it out opting instead for a big gap between the bottom and the fourth shelf. Initially I had Scorponok, Trypticon, Predaking, and a couple of Micromaster bases there with all the Micromasters in a different shelving system.
Didn't like that plan as Micromasters don't need a lot of room and it didn't matter where I put them, they were going to be taking up space that could be used for larger figures.
So I decided to build a tier system to go into the bottom shelf. Scorponok, Trypticon, and Predaking will move to the bottom shelf of the Beast shelves.
So here's some pics of the tier system in development. Would probably have finished the build this afternoon ... except I ran out of timber and the store is closed.
The brown slab of timber underneath is actually the spare shelf, used it for measuring up purposes.
So now onto the fun part of putting all the Micromasters in place!
The whole cabinet has had more added to it.
And because bionic_radical demanded it ...
April 14 2013 Update
This was a project i've had in my head for a long time, display stands for the little buggers. Took me all Easter Long Weekend to cut, assemble and paint. And since then, off an on each weekend to put them all into place.
Google Sketch-Up Concept
Marking out what to cut
Pile of pieces
And here they are!
Two levels of Mini-cons!
April 21 2013 Update
Fortress Maximus has taken up residence with the other City Bots and the Kabaya's