Any insight or tips needed. Have cool 70's Chrysler jet boat I will be throwing down some custom paint on. Some of the unknowns I have been researching are the multiple colors Of flake and pearls I will be utilizing. I will be basing the boat white for the underlying color and then adding three different colors of flake on bow top and sides. My initial thinking is to mix up like pearl colors to the respective flake color over that. Blue silver and copper are the flake colors. I have multiple pearl pigments in these three ranges. My biggest concern is taping out for these transitions with flake. This is 70's project so flake sizes are .015 to .025 and even a little .035 silver. So base, intercoat , pearl mixed with intercoat, intercoat, then flake in intercoat. At this point its my understanding I will have a textured surface. will this tape out for next flake color until all colors applied and then start pushing the clear or should I keep smashing intercoat between all this. Also thoughts on clear choice since this will be a boat. Used euro on a Century boat I just completed with good results. Would U C be better pick in this situation.