Eleven new shades of colour developed and mixed Martin Saban-Smith in the workshop. Available here in a sample pack of 15ml bottles. The set includes Martin’s preferred Danish Oil to enhance the colours once dry. Each set also comes with a quick colouring guide of the technique Martin uses to colour his work. The colouring guide also includes descriptions of each colour to assist colourblind woodworkers in the blend decisions.
There is also a 27 minute HD downloadable, too. Your copy of the HD video is available with a 50% discount with in your purchase of this product. Make sure you add it to your order above. The trailer for the video is here:
Intrinsic Colour Guide:
Black: In several coats you can build up a deep, pure black shade.
Burnt Orange: A dark orange, on the orangey side of brown.
Earth: A warm brown, the colour of drying mud. Sounds bad, but makes a great undercoat or accent colour.
Flame: A bright yellow-orange. Add luxurious fire by blending with Burnt Orange and Ruby.
Forest Green: Rich green, quite dark, a lot like Jade. A great accent colour and blends well with Straw and Honey.
Honey: A glorious yellow. Superb as a bold single colour or a ‘wash’ overcoat.
Midnight Blue: Deep blue with hint of purple. Add to quilted figure and catch the purple glint as you turn the piece.
Plum: Sumptuous Purple. Looks quite Royal, lending an air of expense to your work.
Ruby: Darkish red, Ruby adds a deep and opulent shade which blends superbly with Burnt Orange
Stone Blue: A fairly bright blue. Mixes magnificently with Midnight Blue.
Straw: A rich yellowy-green. Almost grasslike, one of the brightest colours and mixes well with Stone Blue to create a luxury green.