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    I guess the foam can be done within tupperware. What kind of "foam" do you mean, though? Thanks.

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    It is the kind of foam that fabric stores carry in about 30"x6' sheets. It is medium to high density and they should have a corner somewhere where they will have a large stack of different thicknesses.

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    This is a strategy I stumbled upon myself, and I have one further idea...cut NONE of the holes all the way through, and store "standing" figures base-side-up. That way, you need not grab the painted body when you pull 'em out, just the base.

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    Foam called plastazote is good too, it's a bit softer so can be cut to hug the base. If anyone is lucky enough to work near a laser cutter, it cuts beautifully!

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    Foam called plastazote is good too, it's a bit softer so can be cut to hug the base. If anyone is lucky enough to work near a laser cutter, it cuts beautifully!

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