[WWI] More virtual DVII

KarrArt at aol.com KarrArt at aol.com
Tue Aug 17 01:33:31 EDT 2004

FWIW, my own conclusion is that the rapid yellowing of this top
component turned a predominantly green finish olive-brown in fairly
short order.  This is corroborated by the recollections of veterans.

and Ian Huntley mentions  the so-called "green shift" in his writings. It's 
optical and has to do with the way light reacts to early gloss varnishes, and 
given linseed oil's own natural slight greenishness, the green is intensified 
when new, fresh and glossy. However, as the gloss goes off with time, a more 
and more brownish color appears.
Must go play with  some linseed oil....
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