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Thread: Transformers Room Construction - any tips?

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    In my experience old school library shelves aren't very good for TFs anyway. I know that it would've saved you money but yeah... they're not deep enough for rows of toys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoktimusPrime View Post
    In my experience old school library shelves aren't very good for TFs anyway. I know that it would've saved you money but yeah... they're not deep enough for rows of toys.
    Yeah that slight leanback too means that the figures would have had to lean against the back as they wouldn't have been able to stand upright.

    It was more they would have been useful as placeholders as it's going to take me months to actually build the amount of shelving I require.

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    Well today it all kicked off. Had blokes here digging a giant hole in my back paddock in order to use the soil to even out the spot in the driveway the shed is going. Cost $500 more than expected but was a bigger job than expected.

    Also had the shed itself (in kit form) showed up on a VERY long truck!

    So now just waiting for the slab to be concreted and then they start putting the shed together










    Ah frag! I think Tinypic has gone the way of Photobucket and isn't letting me put free pics up anymore. Anyone got any other suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigTransformerTrev View Post
    Ah frag! I think Tinypic has gone the way of Photobucket and isn't letting me put free pics up anymore. Anyone got any other suggestions?
    Always Imgur.

    Stop using tinypic or Photobucket for whatever you're using them for.

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    There - got it working now


    Site of shed (took 10 truckloads to even it out)





    Shed kit getting delivered


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    Quote Originally Posted by BigTransformerTrev View Post
    There - got it working now
    I still say you should move to Imgur

    Looking good mate, it must be exciting to finally see the project get started.

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