I have printed out the posters on good quality paper and then stuck them on to an a3 board.
Using my trusted and very valued silicone gun I added them to the wall – utilising a spirit level to get the angles as straight as possible. Once they had dried I got some glass cleaner to try and get the acrylic shelves looking as good as possible.
Time to get the models on!
I kept the models in my car just in case they broke in the last minute. My bag had completely destroyed one model before so I wasn’t letting that happen again.
I put the models on the shelf however, the board was quite insecure and moved.
Not another great escape!
I taped the models to the shelves to make sure the models didn’t fall and break. Fake grass was used to represent outside and a bath matt represented inside. I was supposed to use carpet but went with the matt instead.
I assembled the larger scale model and then I was done!