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2 hours ago, Jordan Peacock said:

Wonderful paint job, but I also like your cool-blue light-box setup.  :D  What size base is that?  (25mm round?)

 

Thank you, sir. Yeah - I like that set up, too. Got three of them - blue, red and yellow. All three are doin' a good job :-D

 

The base is a 25mm steel flat washer. I tend to use washers instead of bases as I figure them to be more helpful in terms of stabilizing the figure and balancing it.

 

 

49 minutes ago, Guildenstern said:

that's awesome! love the homage

 

Thank you, madam. Glad you like it :-D

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