Thanks very much for the comments, everyone! I have been collecting various Indiana Jones-esque odds and ends for the past two years for display/diorama purposes - in addition, of course, to the very cool relic pack-ins that were included with the figures. Only some of the items are on display here.
Here is a better look at the items in the glass case. The Eye of Horus and Ankh are from the Indy line, of course. The Hieroglyphic scroll and Pharaoh's head I got on ebay, along with the display case itself.
DanOfTheDead wrote:Can you tell us about those great customs looking around the museum?
Happy to! Up first is my Jungle Outfit Belloq. I'm very proud of this custom, I showcased him last year. It's easily the best custom I've ever done (not saying much at all) and I'm delighted with how well he came out - even though I have to touch up the paint fairly often when the joints tear at it. He's made up of a large number of figures, but the parts work together well.
These two guys are just random Indiana Jones-verse characters I made. One I guess is a government guy of some sort, the other an Army colonel made up of a Patton 21st Century/Ultimate Soldier torso, German soldier legs and Endor Trooper head.
This "student" figure needs a repaint on his shirt, the sleeves don't match the shirt on the torso. I did repaint the torso part, which looked fine for about five minutes and then dried a very bright white. I'll have to take another crack at that. It's a very simple custom of Indy parts with a Tom Riddle head from the UK Harry Potter line.
Thanks again everyone!