of the best ways to display a model is with a base. You can ue
them to make small dioramas, or just add support to the model
so it stays in place, and / or stands on its own.
bases have been used for decades. Most of the time they tend to
be cheap pine wood materials, but in today's world, you can get
a kitchen cutting board that's the same price, but it's already
sanded and sealed, and much easier to paint or add terrain to.
you build Scifi models, you may want to use a base that's more
technical in nature, or one that lights up. There's several ways
to use those types of model bases.
are also bases that turn or spin so you can see amodel from all
angles. Figure model kits especially look good on those.
you want to display your model, but not in a sealed clear
case. Or you need a base of some kind to sculpt a diorama
or scene, and make your model even more spectacular.
are bases to highlight your models, from decorative wood
styles to rotating moving display stands. Display your model
art proudly and with style!
Model Life -
a fine home accessory, you can display you model work of
art, right along side your world treasures with pride, using
these beautiful finished wood bases.
build a diorama or model scene directly on them)
many times have you been to a craft store and saw those ugly pine
cut wood bases? Rough cut and frazzled, even unfinished. They're
the same price, or less, you can get a board that's been sanded
and finished, with a properly contoured smooth edge.
These are great for building a model display scene or diorama
or just stain them to display your models. They are also very
dome bases can be used for Scifi or In Flight Aircraft Models
Lighted bases can bring some interest and showcase
These are especially useful for figure models.