I just finished mixing all the base components...and I think I did a very bad thing. I was using a 10ml syringe, and when I got to the large amounts of Silver, I realized I would have had to use the syringe 65 times. I used a measuring cup from the kitchen instead, but then realized that stuff sticks to just about every inch of the cup. I dumped all I could into the mix, but I did this with the other paints as well. I squeezed just about every tiny bit out of the silver tubes as I could, and I figure I can just chalk about about 1 oz. in the end to being lost, and make up for it. (I didn't buy enough silver, so I need to get one more, so there may be room for guessing correction.) Ugh. I'm afraid the result might not be correct in the end. But considering I already mixed all the most expensive paints and finishes, do you think I should just finish it up to the best guesstimate I can? I only have the colorant left to make, and that's not bad with a 10ml syringe. If this is screwed I have to spend another $60+ on all the ingredients.
Dang it, I should have just bought a big ol' 50 or 100ml.