Thanks! I've always enjoyed doing unique finishes on the pedals - the earlier pages of this thread and the other one
have some examples - but for the past couple years I've standardized them a bit in order to keep more consistently stocked. I can build more pedals if I stick with a specific, known process for each finish, but on the other hand it's fun to do something different from time to time. :-)
In this case the process was to layer red with black on top, and then shoot reducer onto it, which is a solvent that makes the top layer dissolve in a kind of chaotic way.