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Looks great, just curious on the design choices with the base. You say to print it upside down to reduce some support requirement, but the inside is hollow with overhangs internally and because of the artwork on the outside, supports everywhere must be chosen. So it means support ends up inside.
Why not just fill in underneath, have it one whole piece, doesn't need a ton of infill anyway, so you're probably still saving on filament by eliminating all of those supports.
Also what are the circles underneath for? I get the puzzle piece slots are for the courtyard/dice blocker, but not what the circles are for.
Again it looks great, I'm just learning about modelling, so asking questions to try and understand.