Barnwood. Valspar color mixed at Home Depot - Behr eggshell enamel. It's more brown than shows here. A nice grayish brownish with NO pink tones. Slight greenish cast in certain light. Lots of ish's.
I'm taking a paint break to work on the pinkeep drum. My car battery is dead and we'll be venturing out into the cold for a new one when he gets home from work. And buying more cat food and litter.
Bud just came back in after a half hour outside, and where in this zero temp he found water and mud is a mystery. But he is filthy. Muddy paw prints everywhere and his white legs are brown. Nitzy was so cozy in the lighted box that he wouldn't come in last night. I couldn't coax him out! We will buy another plug-in socket ($2!) at Lowe's and grab another extension cord to hook up a second box for Squeak.
I thought about what I asked you to think about and came to a decision. Wait. Never mind. If I had a designer outfit, I wouldn't want my friends wearing knock-offs for 1/4 the price. Would that pertain to an antique? I think it would. Unless I was the one offering the knock-off. So my answer - it would depend on the item and how I felt at the time. How's that for waffling? But it's true.
Right now I need to wipe muddy prints off the floor and jump in the shower. Wish me luck on my first drum. Because of its height, I'm pretty sure I will be using Mylar for shape and stability. We'll see how that goes. Only one way to find out!!
Stay safe - thanks for visiting.