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    Default Painted Lithopane

    I carved this a couple of years ago, my little dog has grown lots since this so I just thought I'd play around with some water colors and see what I could do with this. Sure made a difference. I didn't add any color to the dog, just the grass, the fence and a little brown between fence and grass where there is a RR tie.
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    Looks good, Jerry. The added color makes quite a difference.
    George

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    That looks great. Now we all have to paint our lithos! What next - sanding! LOL

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    Really nice

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    Interesting. Something I think others will experiment with in the future thanks to your post.

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    Looks good!!!
    Happy Carving

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    Looks really nice! Great idea!

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    Great idea Jerry! I spray painted one of mine with a gold glitter..........very nice results!

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    Zan 29,

    I like the spray gold glitter idea.
    Happy Carving

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    Somewhere I saw where they took the photo and printed on a clear sheet and lined up from behind.
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