Hello, My name is Aaron. I'm new to this forum but I have been reading threads on here for quite some time, mostly about finishing. I am not new to spraying lacquer or woodworking, I used to do it for a living. However, this is the first time I have used mixol to color clear behlens nitro lacquer. I am working on a kind of surf green if you want to call it that, I know its not as blue as most. When I sprayed it, it was beautiful and vibrant like I wanted, but when it dried it kind of turned into a dull green that I don't particularly like. The picture with the body hanging is right after I sprayed it. The picture with the pickgaurd is how it looks dried. Does anyone have a suggestion of how I might be able to get that vibrant color from the wet picture to show up when it dries? I used behlen clear, and colored it with mixol white, green, and yellow. The mixol green is actually quite blueish in light amounts when you start mixing it in with white.