You might be able to "fake it" by trying to use a combination of glaze
and stain. If you are really good with a glaze and a dry brush you
might be able to create some fake grain. This works OK on darker
finishes, but if you're talking about a light stain, I'm not sure you
can do much more than try to match the grain in alignment.
On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 14:21:52 -0700, "Scott Cadreau"
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