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    What dreams may come

    WDMC is a excellent movie. The book is great too...but in the movie during the scene of the tree painting. What is it that she pours over the painting to make it dissolve and get that excellent washy feel? Was is just a watercolor base washed with water? I really liked it when she did that but never knew excellent what she did lol. Anyone that can shed light on it?

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    Interesting. two threads on a relatively obscure movie in the same week.

    Anyway, I don't recall that exact scene, but I'm gonna guess it's turpentine, or some other kind of paint thinner.

    Anyway, the other thread is here

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    oh wow,didn't even see that.

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