Maybe it was the turning of leaves, or maybe it was the return of school buses coming to scoop up the kids and roll them into the next school year, or maybe it was the dusky sunset that hung an orange-yellow pink glow over my tree tops. Or maybe it was the stores brimming with wool and plush sweaters. One thing I do know is it was not the ninety degree weather that sent me reeling into a fall frenzy, but something was harkening unto me those luscious tones and ambiance of autumn. And OFMP has just the right color. This is my first time using their mustard color, but it certainly will not be the last.
First, I mixed my paint according to the suggested ration of powder to water. Next I added in the appropriate amount of extra bond. After stirring, mixing and mashing the lumps out, I let it set for about fifteen minutes to really let those pigments come to life.
Below is one coat. It looks sheer and streaky. Even I sometimes need to remind myself that it winds up awesome once you get more coats layered.