Roxxxtar Posted March 21, 2019 Share Posted March 21, 2019 (edited) I am making two huge displays using coroplast. I have watched a couple of videos linked off of planetchristmas in which the poster used wood for his frames. I wasn't crazy about that idea, because of the condition of the wood over time, weight, etc... Just so you know when I say huge, I'm talking about the car I have drawn, 1937 Oldsmobile from A Christmas Story uses two sheets of Coro, so that's 4 ft tall and 16 foot long (Actually used another foot and a half of another sheet to finish the roof). The other display is Cousin Eddie's RV from Christmas Vacation. It uses a total of four sheets of Coro. So that's also 16 ft long, but 8ft tall. I have already used thinner to get the glaze off the coro, primed it, and already drawn both vehicles. So before painting, I thought I should frame them so I can paint over and screws/ washers. Who better to ask than you guys, do you have any better ideas for framing such a huge project? After all the work I am putting in to this, I seriously don't want the wind to destroy them. Edited March 21, 2019 by Roxxxtar Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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