DETOLF Glass-door cabinet, black-brown, 16 3/4x64 1/8". With a glass-door cabinet, you can show off as well as protect your glassware or your favorite collection. You can easily brighten up your display objects as the glass-door cabinet is designed to include lighting.
I made risers out of plexiglass pieces with clear acrylic legs attached with screws and that doubled the capacity
I’m new to the forum, Here’s some of what I got. Mostly props, models, collectibles. The masks are rehauled and the hair was done by me.
these figures are all my favorite movie characters with some miniatures and LEGO models of famous vehicles
These next 2 things are part of my Fallout prop collection (fallout is a post apocalyptic videogame for those who don’t know).
I really like old cars and racing so I dedicated an entire shelf to this passion (that mustang made from LEGO took me 2 days to build).
These are just some other various figures. I do have an entire comic book collection with full series from as late as 1967 to 1980’s but those boxes are to large to get in frame.
Here is a very cool signed photo of Adam west. He ac
and finally only 3 of the many helmets and hats in my closet that I need to find displays for
now these next few things are some hand built props made by me. The Walkman from guardians of the galaxy is a work in progress, but it should turn out good. Also with the lightsaber, I should be getting a vintage heiland 2 cell flash handle made by graflex to maa Vader saber soon.
Hopefully I’ll post more in the future and some pics of my vinyl record and comic book collections. I’m only 15 and I’ve accomplished so much and have been building upon my collection for so long. Thank god I finally found a place to share it with people. Feel free to send me some feedback on my work in progress projects and my display technique.
Also I forgot to mention the Freddy glove at the top with the masks is a custom prop made by me and was signed by Robert Englund himself (was designed to look like the glove from NOES part 3)