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About jnsloth

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    Bend, Oregon

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    just learning
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    staining, finishing leather projects
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  1. I figured out how to downsize. Below is photo of work I would like to "age Suggestions?
  2. I just finished tooling a landscape scene. I've applied saddle tan stain and acrylic paint on parts of it and don 't like the way it turned out. For one thing, it's way too bright. I would like it to look "aged" and perhaps a little weather beaten. I realize I should have done this earlier but I guess this is how one learns. I tried to attach photo but it's "too big" and I don't know how to make it smaller. Thanks for any tips.
  3. Sorry I didn't get back sooner. I skidded the optional oil part first because of Arturo's comments. Otherwise worked well. I intend to experiment using oil before acrylic but haven't gotten around to it yet.
  4. Thanks. Also wondering. I have been been doing some projects where I both dye, antique and use acrylic leather paint on part of the tooled area. I tried doing painting first then adding several coats of resist (super shene) and then dye but the dye changes the color of the paint. So, I'm going to try dye, resist, antique, resist, paint and then finish. Is that the correct order or should I be doing it some other way?
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