So, after hunting around a bit, it feels like display backdrops tend to either be for larger figures or tiny gaming miniatures. Nothing quite right for your standard Little Rubber Guy. Sure, I've seen some clever repurposing of those old army men/ dinosaur rock cave scenes. But, that's not quite versatile enough for every collection.
I'm trying to design a cool display for my Trash Bag Bunch, w/o cluttering the shelf and distracting from the figures themselves. I have 2 clear acrylic pyramid shelves at each end, which works pretty well. And also discovered that the old Mcfarlane Toys Alleyway Playset from the Spawn movie is a really good scale for TBB. Not that TBB are even much in scale with each other, but it's a good average. Though, the rest of the Mcfarlane Playsets (including those from the Monster line) don't really fit in obviously.
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So, can anyone think of any other small playsets around that size that feature things like sewers, concrete, piping, warehouse, mechanical equipment, or other junk along those lines?
I'm finding a lot of stuff from this "Extreme Sets" brand of cardboard backdrops. However, they are a little too gritty/detailed for my tastes (At least to pair w/ something like TBB). Also, the scale seems geared towards 6" figures. Anyone have any experience with their products or size reference photos?