Finally, if you aren't interested in making a clear stick deodorant but want to make a lotion bar that works as a deodorant, you can make a lotion bar type product. Take a lotion bar recipe you like, and add your favourite fragrance or essential oil, and add some baking soda and/or corn starch to the mix. You can't use Tinosan in this recipe as it is not compatible with anhydrous products, so you'll have to rely upon ingredients that offer anti-bacterial properties to help with possible stenches or fragrances to help cover them up.
How much baking soda? There's really no reliable guide, but if you're going with the 1 part wax to 1 part butter to 1 part oil recipe, you could start with 1/2 part and see how you like it. You can also try this with corn starch, although I'd suggest using something like Dry Flo as it's intended to be used in products like this and the granules are smaller and easier to incorporate into an anhydrous deodorant.
As a disclaimer, I've made exactly one deodorant lotion bar and I didn't like it. The baking soda felt scratchy and it didn't help with smells, so I haven't tried it again. You'll have to work on the ratios yourself. To make them feel slightly less oily, considering adding 2% IPP or IPM to the mixture, using less greasy oils, or using esters in place of the oils. In fact, the complicated lotion bar with esters might feel quite nice in this capacity. I should try that!