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« on: June 30, 2010 04:11:16 PM »

so I just got into wood carving and I honestly totally love it, I am mostly trying to get my hands on things that are helpful to the work itself I know I need to get my hands on my carbon paper soon that would be really helpful.
But I remember that I can across a product that can help you color the wood after you have cut it I found it somewhere online but now for some reason I can't find it again and I don't remember the name of the stuff at all if anyone can help me out that would be great.

and yes just for starters I do have a set of craving knives and small lil wooden boxes (so have the basics all down)
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2010 07:57:42 PM »

are you referring to colored stains?

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« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2010 10:20:35 PM »

I think so that would certainly would fit in with what I am looking at, I really kind of kick myself in the shin for not writing down the name of the stuff I found....it looked like it came in lot of different colors and came in a square shape sort of like sculpey......if that kind of thing comes like that it might what I am looking for.

I did a piece thats a unicorn that I really like and I thought staining it in color might make it stand out a lil more then regular stains would.
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« Reply #3 on: August 26, 2010 09:57:50 AM »

There are colored stains out there, but if you want to make your own, you can always water down acrylic paint. Test the consistency and color out on a scrap piece of wood. If you like it, apply it to your piece. When its done drying, I recommend adding a couple coats of polyurethane to seal it in, or you can do a spray finish that's sold at many craft stores, and you can find it in gloss or matte.
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