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TFG1Fanatic
2014-03-30, 01:34 AM
Over 500 figures (American G1, Japanese G1, European G1, Diaclone, MC Axis, e-hobby etc) + miscellaneous collectables (art books, comics, decoys, CDs, DVDs, LaserDiscs etc).

Each and every Transformer is 100% complete with accessories / weapons / stickers etc.

My house was finally finished earlier this year so I'm happy to be able to share my love of Transformers with a community that's sure to appreciate it!

http://youtu.be/T21OinTIluQ

inflatable dalek
2014-03-30, 03:22 AM
To my eye it seems a damn impressive collection. Though I hope you're ready for sod's law and for someone, more attentive than me, to do the equivalent of that "Sausage" moment in Blackadder the Third and point out the one really obvious toy you've not collected.

TFG1Fanatic
2014-03-30, 03:50 AM
To my eye it seems a damn impressive collection. Though I hope you're ready for sod's law and for someone, more attentive than me, to do the equivalent of that "Sausage" moment in Blackadder the Third and point out the one really obvious toy you've not collected.

Must be that red Diaclone Hoist ;)

Love Blackadder the Third BTW

Clay
2014-03-30, 04:07 AM
Are they secured to the shelf in any way, or are they one loose shoelace away from disaster? Would fancy a nice curio(s) with a glass door to guard against dust, too.

That said, how many days did it take to physical set that up?

Never fully appreciated how small Dinoking is before the video!

TFG1Fanatic
2014-03-30, 01:46 PM
Are they secured to the shelf in any way, or are they one loose shoelace away from disaster? Would fancy a nice curio(s) with a glass door to guard against dust, too.

That said, how many days did it take to physical set that up?

Never fully appreciated how small Dinoking is before the video!

Fortunately there's no earthquakes where I live!

I was thinking about doing a custom setup with glass doors but I ran out of money.:D So I settled for Ikea shelves.

IIRC, it took one day and several nights to set them all up.

Denyer
2014-03-30, 06:39 PM
Very neat. It's a never-ending source of fascination that so many different styles and eras gel together in displays.

Clay
2014-03-30, 08:42 PM
Fortunately there's no earthquakes where I live!

I was thinking about doing a custom setup with glass doors but I ran out of money.:D So I settled for Ikea shelves.

IIRC, it took one day and several nights to set them all up.

Ikea actually makes a nice range of glass display cases. (http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/categories/departments/dining/10410/)

It'd be neat to have them grouped by year in separate cases, perhaps with prints of the back-of-the-box artwork (http://www.botchthecrab.com/gallery.asp?gallery=2) behind them. I mean, you've already got the collection, so why not add some bells and whistles?

TFG1Fanatic
2014-04-10, 03:09 AM
For those who might be interested, Iíve also uploaded a clip of my video game collection:

http://youtu.be/0x1pPkTJCQA

NES / Famicom, Genesis / Mega Drive, PC Engine, Super Grafx, Sega CD / Mega CD, Neo Geo / Neo Geo CD, Super NES / Super Famicom, Saturn, PlayStation, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, Xbox, PS2, GameCube, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, WiiU, PS4, Xbox One

Over 650 games, toys, magazines and other treasures

Clay
2014-04-10, 11:26 PM
I've always been a little jealous of fans of video games that actually get figures and memorabilia made for them. The games that I love get squat in terms of merchandise.

Wouldn't mind a little figurine of an Enclave soldier in Tesla power armor from Fallout 3, but I don't think that's happening.