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  1. Forgive my slang and terrible pun. I've recently gotten to painting up my delicious pile of speleothem, and when I did the base coat, I had attache'd them to a small round plastic cup with some of that putty stuff that is used to hold up office papers in order to hold my future work of art. Of course, they never stuck very well to the putty and frequently fell off my poor attempt at holding it. I've heard a lot of people use a wine cork for the same purpose but I think the adhesion to the object in which I choose to paint is the problem. I started using a magnifying loupe to paint with and I am wondering about if anyone has some advice on how best to hold a mini while painting it with minimal paint wear. Especially if you prefer to paint at an angle instead if having the mini vertically in front of you.
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