Over a year in the making, the Swan Station playset is the most ambitious Dida Display I’ve ever made. The art is all original and hand painted by me in Photoshop. It’s a heavily customized piece with doors, windows recessed shelves and other specialized features that required some new techniques. I will post some tutorials showing how I did a few of these things that you could add to your own playset projects.
The Swan playset as shown here cannot be easily re-produced, but smaller and less complicated Swan sets can be made to order. Get in touch with me if you’d like more information. Simple backdrops and display boxes for your Lost figures can be easily made.
While this playset is ridiculously large, the nice thing about Dida Displays is that they are built to break down into smaller display sets or can even act as their own collectible shelves. I do not display this on my dining room table all the time, of course. Most of the time my Lost figures are in an Ikea Detolf and the playset parts fit inside it to make for an interesting display. Check it out here.
For more information about the BifBangPow Lost action figures please visit the Island of Lost Megos. There you will also find a video tour of the Swan Station playset.