DIY Minicomic stand

DIY Minicomic stand

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B. writes –

I am tired of seeing minicomics and things just laid flat on the table at conventions and shows. Not only does it reduce visibility of your work, it takes up valuable table space. So here is a terribly basic flat-pack stand that is easily adaptable. Clicking on “all sizes” should give you an image that can be printed out in tiles to produce a full-size template.

Stand template – Link.

8 thoughts on “DIY Minicomic stand

  1. bekathwia says:

    If you want to see more great paperboard package design patterns, I highly recommend the book Structural Package Designs. It has all kinds of great envelopes, cartons, display boxes, gift-wrap packagings, even how to make a six-pack beer carton!

  2. bekathwia says:

    If you want to see more great paperboard package design patterns, I highly recommend the book Structural Package Designs. It has all kinds of great envelopes, cartons, display boxes, gift-wrap packagings, even how to make a six-pack beer carton!

  3. sethapprox says:

    Hey, it’s b. zedan! I saw this on your flickr yesterday, or this morning.

    It’s always really funny to me when I see stuff elsewhere before I see it on the big blogs. (By which I mean this was probably done a few days ago, and just now ‘posted’)

    Great work,

  4. squirrellypoo says:

    oh nice! If I remember correctly, comic books and sewing pattern envelopes are the same size… I’m off to make a display for all my vintage patterns. ;)

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