Setting aside the exterior art for a bit, I'd like some feedback on the playset design. I'm working up 2 carrying case versions, regular and deluxe.
Both will be in the inverted wedge design, which is a Dida Carrying case but on it's side. LOD Building on one, clash art on the other. The outside walls will have something cool, TBD.
Both will have a table like in the show with a podium for Lex.
The regular one is like this. It'd be 22" wide and 20" deep and 9" tall when open. I think this will be great, but possibly a little cramped if you go over a certain number of figures, especially when the table is in place. Also, the computer screen on the side wall will really not be so accessible, which is a problem to me.
The deluxe will have two addition folding panels to extend the walls and the whole thing will tip onto it's side to open up. The roof lifts up to make the big shiny thing behind Lex taller. This would be 19" deep 20" tall and about 30" wide. The multiple Lexes are to just give a sense of scale and how many figures might display.... My question is: Is this more Legion of Doom than you'd want?
This art is still rough---but I think a city in the window and a computer on the side makes sense. It's a tough playset in that it's really an enormous fancy conference room.....
Here's some screen caps from the show...
Let me know your thoughts, thanks!