It’s really hard to get any nice pictures with the black.
Still playing with the Ford, this time put some black laquer on it to see what that would do.
Hard to keep the dust off of it to get a picture but you get the idea.
A little fine sanding and maybe one more light coat, then some polish?
Here’s some shots without the flash.
You can still see and feel the wood grain but one more shot of the paint would end that I believe.
When I was painting it I went over it a bunch a times but with a very light coat so it wouldn’t run or get thick.
The black really shows all the little dings in the pine, can see where it would pay to go over it with some putty or sheet rock mud to even it out but I’ll stick to the harder woods from now on and not have all these headaches.
I sanded and sanded but when I was putting on the oil it got hit just a little and it really shows with the black paint.
Must say I learned a lot and that’s what it’s all about for me.
-- There's a hundred ways to do anything, alot depends on the tools at hand.