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    Roger this was fun, trying to create a candle holder from scratch and you picture, I use some of my own pattern just for testing
    I think it will come out ok, thanks for the challenge.
    I will tweak some of the patterns to fit the holidays coming up and maybe next years shows too.
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    That is very cool and a very nice pattern as well.

    I did a quick version for myself as a modeling practice and I relearned the additive merge tool again. So thanks for the inspiration and pushing me back into the designer software.

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    Perry you did a great job. This version is from Design & Make that I used. Home for the holidays.

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    Yes this project was fun, it was fun finding the right tools to create the basic shape and then I could place the seasonal
    patterns around the base for each season. I even thought about making a oblong base for 3 candles, the artificial one that change colors and flickers. This could be fun just designing the different shapes.
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    there is more than one way to skin-a-cat when you can't use resolve to do oblong design.
    I'm not finish, but have to go do some carvings to earn some money, so this good for now.
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