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    Quote Originally Posted by pmwasson View Post
    After a long time and some swearing, I got it together. I put in different color paper just to see how it worked. I'm missing one screw, but I probably lost it during assembly. There is nothing holding it shut, so it doesn't make a very good carrying case. However, once you finally get it together, it does feel solid. The weight of the sides allow they to stay at whatever angle you put them in.








    Holy ****! Now I need to discard that simple box made Hall of Justice and get this instead! What will I have to use for the TroubAlert and other stuff, I wonder...?
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    Simplest route is a basic square table and get an old game of sorry from the thrift store. Cut out the center popomatic bubble and spray paint. For funsies get the dollar store led lights and put them inside the popmatic bubble before gluing it down and around the table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megotastrophe View Post
    Simplest route is a basic square table and get an old game of sorry from the thrift store. Cut out the center popomatic bubble and spray paint. For funsies get the dollar store led lights and put them inside the popmatic bubble before gluing it down and around the table.
    Do you mean Bubble Trouble?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megotastrophe View Post
    Simplest route is a basic square table and get an old game of sorry from the thrift store. Cut out the center popomatic bubble and spray paint. For funsies get the dollar store led lights and put them inside the popmatic bubble before gluing it down and around the table.
    actually the simplest route would be to by the set from Laser Mego
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    I had no clue who sold the JL table. Sure if you can find one of the customizers that will sell it to you go that route. I was meaning simpler as involving fewer people. And the Bubble Trouble game board looks like it would work as well.

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    I really want to see this with some Legion of Doom graphics. I donít think I could resist getting one then.

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    I am still waiting for my set to arrive and when it does I will be making a custom playset based on a location I attend in my everyday personal life. It's going to be great for my custom Megos based on family and friends. However, if anyone comes up with cool mainstream designs for such things as a Hall of Justice, Legion of Doom HQ, etc., please share them on here so perhaps we can all download the designs and share in the fun. I think this would also encourage more people to buy these FTC diorama sets who otherwise may not consider themselves crafty enough to create their own designs.

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    I have seen a Fortress of Solitude and a 1966 Batcave in the Facebook groups. They aren't mine so I have some reservations about posting the pictures here. I wonder if trawling through hours of the series would get you decent enough shots to do a photographic backdrop set? Or the 2 new cartoon movies for an animated 1966 version.

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    Does anyone know the dimensions for creating panels that can be applied to the "roof" section of these diorama cases? I see examples where customizers have placed artwork on the sides, front and back of the roof sections and it really makes the playsets look so cool. Just wondering if there is a pattern or dimensions for these somewhere?

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    Does anyone have the proper size/dimensions for custom artwork for these diorama cases? I know there are measurements on the instruction sheet that comes with the case, but those numbers are not accurate. If you print something to that size, the pieces are too large to slip into the plastic.

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