Okay, so heres the thing, dear reader. My push to base up and paint all my minis has been violently successful in the first months of the campaign. The thing is... well, if you take N number of miniatures that occupy S space in baggies, stored in boxes, then attach them using G glue to some very nice 30mm MDF (B) bases you get this forumula...
S(B x 30) = 1A+ (G+B+fingers =Z7 debonder)
1 being 100% and A being my arse. Yes, the mathematics proves it.. I am up to my arse in minis.
By basing things I have increased their surface area, and that is a greater area than I can deal with neatly. My current tubs method is not working as they dicontinued my 3 litre tupperware tubs, and you cannot store 30mm based and painted minis economically in take out containers.
Therefore I am up for suggestions on how to store my preciousnesses in an economical way. Right now, I am leaning toward box files with magnetic sheeting... but a decent box file costs about 20 Australian bucks (or in Canadian Dollars Aboot 20 bucks). An a4 sized bit of rubber steel sheet is pretty pricey out here also. Australians are getting screwed badly with pricing.
I dont want to lay them down in foam trays... in my experience thats like rubbing sandpaper on your paintjobs. I want to go the 'standing up with magnets' route.
Any thoughts appreciated.