One of the bodies I'm currently working on: It's a figured maple center top with bloodwood wings. I'm looking to make the maple pop in the figuring while Tryon to preserve as much of a natural look as I can. I also want to avoid tinting the red color of the wings as much as possible. The rest of the body is pine. This I am going to paint an opaque black or red. Still undecided about the color at this point. Given my goals, what's the best way to go about this? And yes, I know the bloodwood will eventually change color. I thought I'd got it with some UV protecterant as part of my clear coat process (depending on the best way to go about this).