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So I didn't really know where else this could go, other than modeling and even then it didn't quite feel right.
How would you guys recommend storing and transporting drop pods?
"The question is not how far. The question is, do you possess the constitution, the depth of faith, to go as far as is needed?"
Get think pieces of foam (the kind they use in pillows) and custom cut out the shape of the pod with a hobby knife. It's pretty easy, fairly fast, and keeps your oddly shaped models safe.
If money isn't a problem their is always Battle Foam.
Battlefoam.com sells pod-specific trays, if you have the cash.
RecklessFable's Journey to Mediocrity (Painting an IG army)
I've been addicted to World of Tanks lately and neglecting my IG... But it is so... much... fun!
I cut my own, though I'm such a tight arse my model box is a large cheap toolbox layered with foam I nicked from work. (with their permission!)
It shockingly works great for a 3000point army with only a couple of vehicles, and has a handy tray for paints/brushes etc
I just use a large sheet of bubblewrap and 2 elastic bands. Then they fit in a shoe box.
Those Battlefoam trays look good though.
Quorn! - Protein for the Protein God.
I bought standard plastic cases in a supermarket and had foam cut in layers to pad the bottom and the top of the case. When I fill in the tanks, I use rumpled plastic bags from the grocery store to fill the gaps. Works perfectly.
"Fear not and look up to the sky for salvation, for we have entered orbit."
Blood Angels 2nd Grail Guard Company