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Design Technique with Airbrush

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Hello everyone!

 

I was wondering if anyone could help me out with these design attached?

 

I manage to make it on the table somehow and then when trying it into the mould it just doesnt work :( 

 

Any tips on this ?

 

Thank you!!

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