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Every Painful Detail, pts 1 & 2 (Edit: Added pt 3)

Sobergamer here once again with a new project and a new video log. The idea (as I repeat many times during the video) is to show you EVERYTHING I am doing. Every step. Every decision. To explain all of it. Naturally, this won't appeal to most of you, but... I wish I had something like this when I started out, so there are a few who might be glad to see this being posted. Here are two videos to start with. (edit: I added one... now it's three!)

Every Painful Detail pt 1: Prep Work


Every Painful Detail pt 2: The Blank Table


Every Painful Detail pt 3: Testing Things out


Several more on the way, each with more painful detail than the last.

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  1. re foam density: it used to be that color was a decider, but now they have the density printed on the sheets.. Probably because the makers of Pink Foam wanted ppl to stick with their pink branding.

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