Additionally – every time I spend £15 on something that isn’t going in to my ranks, all I can think is that’s a dozen less gaunts that could be in the swarm…
With that in mind I have been recently looking at carry cases to store and move my stabby little friends around – and there are many types out there; standard and deluxe GW cases, custom made cases, budget card/foam cases the list goes on…but recently a like-minded friend (you know who you are FishInABox) pointed out another cool way of storing and moving your mini’s – VHS boxes!
I’m sure if you are older than 25 and anything like me, somewhere in the backroom/attic/garage you have a stack of old VHS cassettes that you cant bring yourself to get rid of despite the fact you haven’t had a VHS player in about 10 years (yes I know – you want to get a converter to copy your old VHS to your hardrive – but honestly…its not going to happen).
In just one minute you can have a stackable (and depending on your VHS collection) quite cool way of storing and moving your mini’s.
Step 1: Find a cool/retro/so-bad-its-good VHS box.
Step 2: Have a stiff drink and bin the VHS cassette.
Step 3: Line the inside of the box with bubble wrap.
Step 4: Put your Weemen inside.
A VHS box typically stores a full tactical squad/half a brood of gaunts and is a great way to keep them safe and organised for no cost.
Here we have X-Files Season 5 storing all my gaunts safely.
Next weeks handy hint: Using your cat as a drybrush!