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Commentaires Risers: A Beginner's Guide

  • heathersaurIl y a 7 ans#1534713I have a rather small collection right now, but I've used a couple of "Cube picture frames" img1.etsystatic... as raisers (:

    Looks good! :) Do you know any store where they sell them so I can add it to the article?

    KinoIl y a 7 ans#1534731Thanks for the tips. Very useful!

    No problem! ^^
    Il y a 7 ans
    Thanks for the tips. Very useful!
    Il y a 7 ans
    I have a rather small collection right now, but I've used a couple of "Cube picture frames" img1.etsystatic... as raisers (:
    Il y a 7 ans
    xcupidxstuntxIl y a 7 ans#1534684I've seen people use short glasses as risers and it can look pretty good :D Unsure how much weight a glass can take but they could probably hold most standard prize figures. And as most figures generall seem to have circular bases the weight distribution would be more even. I've been looking at using glasses as they're considerably cheaper than risers.

    ymousIl y a 7 ans#1534687If you live in the US, the container store sells step risers. A little expensive, but still- you can buy them in person! Also, baseball/golfball display cubes work pretty well- they split in half so they're like two risers.

    Both of your tips and the store have been added to the article, thanks for the input! ^^
    Il y a 7 ans
    If you live in the US, the container store sells step risers. A little expensive, but still- you can buy them in person! Also, baseball/golfball display cubes work pretty well- they split in half so they're like two risers.
    Il y a 7 ans
    I've seen people use short glasses as risers and it can look pretty good :D Unsure how much weight a glass can take but they could probably hold most standard prize figures. And as most figures generall seem to have circular bases the weight distribution would be more even. I've been looking at using glasses as they're considerably cheaper than risers.
    Il y a 7 ans
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