Same basic start with the pearl white, chartreuse and orange and black bars, then I mixed Do-It's brown and watermelon green air brush colors together with the green being the primary contributor. The brown is strong and it doesn't take much to go off in a different not wanted. This time it worked out well. I used a color shift the goes from green to gold to purple to blue here in a clear top coat. It looks good on the green/brown but looks more dramatic on a black base. Walking into the garage and into some shaded sunlight the purple and gold jump out. This makes a nice perch imitation.