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6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

He looks great!

I want to buy his album!


But the base could use something, maybe just a grey or black fill the gap, he's on stage, maybe a beercan/bottle or something else that the audience threw at him?


The base isn't done yet as I wasn't sure what to do for it. But beer cans sound good, thanks for the idea!

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