Ok, so I got a copy of this awhile back, and it looks like fun.
But... my copy is the original printing (or maybe even a PNP?) which is just a color paper glued to some foam board.
I'd like to cover it with something protective, but I need someone with some art/craft experience to advise me. What would it be best to use?
I haven't done anything like this for years. Shellac? (Does anyone still use that term? Or polyurethane? (Like a wood floor?)
See how craft-illiterate I am?
I need something that won't make the colors bleed, but will harden clear and protect.
Also, preferably something that won't interact with the foam board, though I suppose I could transfer it to other board if needed. (Not sure I could 'pull' it off the foam without damage, however!)
Anyone have any experience with this kind of thing?