I've read some prior related threads, but didn't find any that address my precise question, so:
A board I'd custom-ordered was just finished but the color is way different than the reference color we'd discussed. It came out rather tangerine, when the intended color was bronze (ochre-butterscotch).
No one wants to be That Guy, but having sunk $$$ and waited months for it, my preference is for it to be the color I'd ordered. The shape is great and I know it'll be a blast to ride regardless, but I want to have unadulterated joy from it-- I don't want the color to nag at me and drive me nuts. (Self-knowledge here, YMMV.)
So, what is a reasonable fix for this in terms of best possible aesthetic outcome? From some research on here, it sounds like an additional bronze-colored resin tint with 2 oz glass may work (it's a longboard so my hope is a little extra glass won't alter its spirit too much). The board has not yet been polished.
But please advise: the more detail the better so I can respectfully learn in prep to converse with my guy. I respect and appreciate the work involved here so I want to make sure I'm informed of what's possible and the best possible courses of action. (It may be just to leave it and live with it, if it can't be reasonably altered.)
Thanks very much.