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    Watercolour Simulator

    Found this every interesting. Does it pretty well, I just found mixing light colours to be disastrous.

    Yes you can't really save anything.... well not unless you print screen or use the snipping tool like I do. It's a demo at the moment.

    I was able to this pic tho,
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    Looks interesting..but do you have any link?

    I like to compare....

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    Thank you for the idea and the links,
    I really like it, very "natural" effects, hope it will be useful somehow.
    I just give it a little try to the watercolor simulaton, a 5min doodle.
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    Ooops lol I only realized now that I never did post the link, sorry guys! and I did have it all ready too :OS

    Thanks you Sethren for pulling that up! :O)
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