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Very nice, I've got one of these in stock, so thank you for some inspiration.

The base looks pretty good, what do you think is the problem?

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Thanks for the comments and 'Likes' everybody!

 

As for the base, I'm just disappointed that they never seem to end up how I envisioned them, they always turn out rather mushy and poorly defined.

But at least I didn't leave any fingerprints on this one!

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