Motivated by Wołek Zbożowy, who is hosting the May Miniatures Blog Carnival edition, I started cleaning the display shelf in the attic from dust, with my younger daughter bravely assisting me.
After bringing the Detolf bought in Ikea to such a state, I started taking pictures, and the effects of the difficult fight with poor lighting and a sloping roof can be seen below. The photos show mainly painted miniatures and building models, which appear in the photos. However, since I took the photos with a smartphone, which did not do well in the conditions with photos of unpainted miniatures, you can estimate the size of the pile of shame on the basis of the first three photos, there is still more than just painted things.
In the photos you can also see additional shelves that I installed in the display shelf, some of them are A-Space sale from A-Case, and some are a solution from the Inkub blog - Wojna w miniaturze, i.e. additional shelves mounted on metal wire clamps.
However, I still can't get myself to install the lighting, but I think that after I have cleaned the shelves from dust and rearranged the miniatures on the shelves, it will be easier for me to finally do it.
Due to their dimensions, models of the Teufelsberg village were placed on non-glazed shelves mounted on profiles to the wall.
On the desk on the other hand, you can see the scenic display in a wooden case for Ostlanders for Warheim FS, which I am currently working on.
And that would be it when it comes to the shelf.
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Subject: Re: Gallery by qc (Part 2) Sun 23 May 2021 - 13:14
A display area like that is something that I can only dream about. I am envious, but your BEAUTIFUL work deserves the space. CPNGRATULATIONS!
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