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     tarahouston
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      • Experience: 15-20 years
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      I’m starting prep on a show and the designer has requested the following texture:

      close up image of the moon showing craters

      They have specifically stated that they want this achieved by spattering solvent onto foam and that there should be no additive texture.

      Since there is no safe way for me to accomplish a solvent spatter at the theatre I’m working with, what suggestions do folks have?

      I’m wondering if a thick skim coat of joint compound with water dripped on it might work?  I’m also collecting alternative additive textures to share with the designer so that we avoid working with unsafe materials.

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