Scented Posted March 21, 2010 Report Share Posted March 21, 2010 [ATTACH]19420[/ATTACH]Blue Chamomile wet. [ATTACH]19421[/ATTACH]My how the colors tame themselves, but I'm becoming disappointed in my Midnight colors, which aren't producing a dark blue any more. [ATTACH]19422[/ATTACH]Feel the Love ... cut. The colors becme more tame. [ATTACH]19423[/ATTACH]Green Tea & Ginger cut. Still quite strong and nice. [ATTACH]19424[/ATTACH]What we call Oh, Foxy Lady.[ATTACH]19425[/ATTACH]Yes, I make mistakes and for the life of me I don't know why this one has to be a monster. Will see how it does in a month. I know the scent will stick, but not sure if the middle will change to green or if it will bite me either. It's a fast mover and I privately name this one Bitch. However, this is a case of using midnight colors (only TD is the white) and they freaked on me and turned moss green on the outside. Had I added white anywhere else, understandable, as when I add TD to blues, they go green. [ATTACH]19426[/ATTACH]Calling this Heiress, maybe (even though it doesn't look like one.) Depends on how it behaves through cure. If scent dies out, it will become shreds. [ATTACH]19427[/ATTACH]Just for SYR. It's the NP cut. Inside coloring doesn't appear to be too affected yet after all this time. [ATTACH]19428[/ATTACH]Savannah. This one has me a tad nervous. It's possible the log didn't sit long enough to be harder than it was when cut. [ATTACH]19429[/ATTACH]Stonewash Denim cuts. Again, the blues are aggravating me. The grayish looking color is the Midnight Train I believe (TKB). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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