Best practices for displaying/protecting

Best practices for displaying/protecting

Post by unklbo » Mon, 07 Jan 2013 04:25:36



Finally got a US supplier (Sprue Brothers) that carries a decal set
with correct numbers and nose art of my father's B-24, and I will
spend the next several months building it as correctly as I can.  As
far as modeling goes, this will be my magnum opus, and I want to
display it while keeping it protected from dust and little fingers.

What are some of the favorite methods?

 
 
 

Best practices for displaying/protecting

Post by The Old Ma » Mon, 07 Jan 2013 06:35:56


Quote:

> Finally got a US supplier (Sprue Brothers) that carries a decal set
> with correct numbers and nose art of my father's B-24, and I will
> spend the next several months building it as correctly as I can.  As
> far as modeling goes, this will be my magnum opus, and I want to
> display it while keeping it protected from dust and little fingers.
> What are some of the favorite methods?

Bob - I have a few different downloads from various magazines. Contact me at braungart (at) verizon (dot) net and I'll be happy to forward them on to you.

Regards,
John Braungart

 
 
 

Best practices for displaying/protecting

Post by Tom » Tue, 08 Jan 2013 09:37:00


Well, depending on the scale and your intended display area, you really
can't beat a wooden base covered by a plexiglass case.
I do 1/72 planes and 1/700 ships and a case for each one is a must.

T2


Finally got a US supplier (Sprue Brothers) that carries a decal set
with correct numbers and nose art of my father's B-24, and I will
spend the next several months building it as correctly as I can.  As
far as modeling goes, this will be my magnum opus, and I want to
display it while keeping it protected from dust and little fingers.

What are some of the favorite methods?