A few days ago I got the newest CiM color Sherwood to try out. So I made a couple of small sets using it and another color I have never tried - Effetre Dark Periwinkle. I thought they would look pretty together and I was right! At least I think so. These colors were tough to photograph together, so the blue looks way too blue, but the green is about right on my monitor.
It also does have a tendency to be streaky even after encasing. I wasn't all that bothered by it, though, because it is such a pretty shade of green. It falls right into the palette - not as yellow as Split Pea, less vivid than Soylent, and greener/darker than Celadon.
When compared to other brands, Sherwood is probably closest to Effetre Petroleum Green, but is not quite as blue, less streaky and slightly less dominant.
Like most other CiM colors, Sherwood has a great consistency when melting - not too stiff and not too soupy. It does encase well - only bleeding slightly, and makes really pretty encased stringer. I didn't find it to be shocky, which surprises me, as many opaque greens can be very shocky.
All in all, a really pretty medium to dark forest green shade.