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#1 posted 10-24-2012 05:32 PM

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The other approach is to glaze with asphaltum, which is basically roof tar (fiber-free) and can be found at a local big box store. Basically wipe on and wipe off the areas you want. Wipe the entire thing and you’ll get some nicely filled pores and pretty grain. Regardless, I would do this as a glaze, meaning that you will seal the wood first with some kind of clear coat, like shellac.

Haven’t tried putting paint down first, but I have done similar with dark dyes, sanded down, and then topped with other color dyes. The effect is to pop the grain and make the color dyes blend into a variety of brightness gradients according to where the black color was left.

-- jay, www.allaboutastro.com


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