|PHOTO A: This sample panel shows four shades of the same stain, with various dilution levels. At left, the stain is full strength. The dilutions then progress from left to right: 50%, 75% and 85%.|
|PHOTO B: At left, the sample has a medium yellow stain that has been allowed to dry. At right is the sample after the application of a Van Dyke brown glaze, which has been brushed out and clearcoated.||PHOTO C: The sample at left has a raw umber stain and sealcoats. At right, a raw umber shading stain and more clearcoats have been applied.|
|PHOTO D: In this photo, the sample at left shows a blond toner (mixing white and yellow) and sealcoats. At right, a Van Dyke brown glaze has been applied, brushed out and allowed to dry, followed by a clearcoat.||PHOTO E: Step one, top left on this sample, is the application of a yellow basecoat and sealcoats; at right, a burnt sienna basecoat and sealcoats have been applied. Bottom left, a glaze has been applied, brushed out and clearcoated. The final panel shows the results after the application of a second glaze is complete.|
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