Like many people I use Detolfs to display my TFs, however Titan scale TF's present a problem: the humanoid ones take up a shelf and a half of space (I have Fortress Maximus in one), and there is simply no way for Trypticon with his tail to fit. So I decided to make a barebones display case because ones big enough for Titans are usually quite expensive. But I didn't want to spend a lot of money to do so. This post will tell you what you need and how to build it. Materials: -Wood board as a base 36 inches long by 16 inches wide by 0.75 inches tall (home depot, $8) -5 x 48x1.5x.75 wooden pieces ($1.50 each) -Nails for hanging pictures -Mending plate ($5) -double sided tape ($5) -roll of clear duct tape ($5) -3 or 4 (depending on back) clear PETG pieces ($5.50 each). These are pretty tough. To be clear, it is actually clear. The sheets you get (and the picture) has a white-ish protection film on both sides you need to just rip off. -Boxcutter knife -Cutting board (from the kitchen) -measuring tape Total = $41.00 - $46.50 To build this you need to cut the 5x 48x1.5x.75 wooden pieces as follows -Cut two of them in half, 24 inches tall (so in half). These are the four "legs" -Cut two of them to be 36 inches long. This will be the top edge along the long sides. -Cut one of them into three pieces, with two of them being 13 inches long. This will the top edge along the short side. First we need to build the top. To do this arrange the pieces you just cut for the top in a rectangle with the two long edges connected by the two short edges. Join them using four mending plates by nailing or screwing the 4 pieces together. Second, we need to connect these too the legs. Nail the legs to the top piece. as such: Third, flip what you just built so the legs are pointing up and lay the wooden plank that will function as the base on toop of it. Nail the legs into the wooden plank base through what will be the bottom. We now have our wooden frame that we're going to put the PETG plastic over it. You'll want to measure your own version exactly, but for mind I cut the 24x48 sheets into 24x36, two 24x16, and 36x16. I don't have a back on mine (yet), so there is just window piece. Regardless you'll want to meausre your own. TO put these on, you want to first put them in place by putting double sided tape on the wooden posts, and then overlaying the PETG sheets. Finally, once the sheet is in place, cover all four corners with clear duct tape. And you're done!