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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-05-14, 06:58 PM Thread Starter
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Designed and buillt this today, finally somewhere to keep my models so they don't get ruined.

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I may have to steal this idea. Plywood back and ... 2x8?


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There or there abouts with the dimensions. Yes ply board back and stained oak. Best thing is the wood was off cuts from B&Q cost 60p. Misses wouldn't let me put it in the front room so settled on the conservatory.
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Pretty neat, I've just been keeping my models in my closet or their carrying case haha
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That's what I'd been doing but since I started getting a bit better at painting I didn't want to keep them tucked away. Now I can gaze at my models at my leasure
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That's what I'd been doing but since I started getting a bit better at painting I didn't want to keep them tucked away. Now I can gaze at my models at my leasure
The bad news is that you'll have to start dusting them :p

Cabinet looks good though, and it's nice to get to show off the work that you're proud of.
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