No inkling at all where I got this, but the stuff is incredible.
Not gold, not silver, not copper and not bronze....it just sort of sits out there in its own little world. The particle size, the 10-60 um, is identical to the color shift purple/blue I love using so today this stuff got the better of me. I had 3 bodies of the 15 crappie cranks that were un-painted, so I did chartreuse bottom, hot orange tops. As soon as the top color was heat set I mixed a fair amount of this in clear, gloss top-coat Createx, reduced the mix a bit and put a generous coat over the entire bait on all three. Wow....what an interference color this stuff is. Hold the baits out a ways and they're a nice chartreuse/orange. Put them in the light and turn them and the colors, both of them, just jump from chartreuse to a beautiful golden chartreuse and the orange looks like its thinly gold plated. As soon as the seal coat has dried I'll get a picture of those three baits.
Like I mention....I haven't a clue where this came from but it seems to be a manufacturer's sample. The stuff is primo. Has anyone else seem this color of hi lite or pearl floating around anywhere? I'm really going to be sad when this that I have is gone.