Spray a few coats of clear and sand until I get them smooth.
Crystalac Black gloss. It does not look glossy, because the in-gun filter got clogged up a bit, so I had too much air for the amount of liquid that was flowing through the gun. I corrected the problem before the second coat. I poured the paint back into the can, cleaned the gun and filter, then strained the paint through a paper cone paint filter as I poured it into the gun's cup.
Feet and mini-pucks.
I don't normally do sneak-previews, but I wanted to see how well the reality matched my imaginings. Things are not fastened yet, just set there for a look. I like it.
Color change. I mixed some Trans Tint Brown Mahogany into some Minwax Oil Modified Water Based Polyurethane. I have in the past, had strange clumping sometimes when I mix these and sometimes not. I always use a paper cone paint filter when I pour the mix into the gun. This time, I had no clumping or stringing. I wonder if it is temperature related? I haven't figured it out yet. Anyway, I sprayed a Tint Coat.
The tint coat really makes the beauty of the wood shine!