Re: Finished. Except for the finish....
- A bee'swax/linseed paste will give it a nice finish and give the pine a slight yellowish hue.
--- In email@example.com, Avery Austringer <avery1415@...> wrote:
> So I have some pine boxes that I cranked out a while back that are sort of done
> using the joinery of the Mastermyr find though the boxes are built to different
> scales. These have been sitting around my shop for a while collecting dust and I
> think it's high time I put a finish on them and find them a home. Now, normally,
> I like to work in white oak, apply linseed oil and then bathe in the radiance
> thus produced but I'm thinking pine isn't quite going to have the same effect.
> I'd also briefly considered slathering them down with milk paint but that isn't
> exactly exciting me either, though if someone has a really solid documentation
> for some appealing color from some time between 1000 and 1200 AD, I might be OK
> with that.
> Any clever advice out there?