Intrinsic Colour Technique Guide

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  1. Question

    Keith Brown

    I bought your Intrinsic Colour Collection 150 ml Set from a supplier in Texas, USA. I want to get a copy of your instructions and color wheel. Can these be downloaded? The supplier does not have them on his website.

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    • Martin Saban-Smith

      Martin Saban-Smith

      Hi. Yes! They can be downloaded from here, Keith. I’ve reset the permissions for the sheets so you can go ahead and get them now.

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    • Keith Brown (verified owner)

      I think you should include the instructions guide and the color chart with the sample sets. Note that the color wheel won’t print accurately on many home printers.

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    • Martin Saban-Smith

      Martin Saban-Smith

      To have the wheels printed 100% accurately is not a cost effective option, I’m afraid. They are accurate enough as a guide and it does state that the colours may differ on devices or when printed.

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  2. Keith Brown

    Keith Brown (verified owner)

    It’s a great guide. I never thought about staining wood black and then cutting back to increase the grain visibility.

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  3. busterwest9

    Intrinsic Colours Technique Guide

    busterwest9 (verified owner)

    I was always stuck in my view that natural wood is the best it can be with a decent finish so started to watch Martin colouring. I must admit I was intrigued how he enhances the grain rather than covering it up. This step by step Guide was ideal as I knew nothing and it helped me to understand the intrinsic colour range. Having now used it a few times I am a convert. The colours are superb, easy to use and cover well. I am really enjoying discovering new ways to present and enhance a piece making it totally unique.

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  4. Keith Callaway

    Intrinsic colour technique guide

    Keith Callaway (verified owner)

    I think that this is a really useful guide for someone like me, who up until now, only used clear finishes to allow the figure in the wood to show through. But now since watching Martin’s YouTube videos and demonstrations I am converted. This guide goes through the application in easy stages allowing even newcomers to produce amazing finishes that may not have been envisaged before and even highlighting areas of interesting figure within the piece.

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