So I came across about 20 raw beechwood Tamas and I want to do an art project and then send some custom painted Tamas to Kendama enthusiasts (likely on this site because it seems awesome), but I have a few questions about paint. I know based on my research that a lot of people do custom Tamas with acrylic spray paint, which is what I am leaning towards but Krylon no longer uses acrylic based spray paint. Anyone know of a good non oil spray paint to use? Perhaps Montana brand? And what is the best clear coat to use on such a Tama to give it the best gloss...any help would be appreciated. A lot of posts online talk about Krylon but it apparently sucks now.