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    Default queen & king

    some funny shots:

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    Nice what is this? Water or paint of some sort?
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    Milk and poster paint (I guess it's right, google translator...) ; I love milk for drops, it's liquid and plastic at the same time
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    Nice shots, have you coloured them in PP or is that the effect of using the paint? it just looks very even.
    I've tried water drops before but not thought of using milk, great idea
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    I've used different paint; I took the shots in different days; I've used PP just for a little crop and for raw to jpeg conversion; I think is possible to obrtain a similar result just using PP, but where is the fun?
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