So my process for that finish isnt really anything spectacular.
I start by doing a dark wash coat of dye on the quilt. I dont use straight black. I use a super dark shade of the color its going to be. In this case, it was almost a midnight blue/ purple dye coat.
I let it dry and sanded it back. Then i did an even more concentrated dye.
But here is the small difference. I mix my alcohol dyes with acetone instead of alcohol. So after the second application, i get a clean cloth and soak it in acetone. I use the clean cloth with acetone and wipe down the dye. This evens it out and you can control how much you take off, instead of having to sand it. This has always helped me get a really even wash coat.
Then after that i sealed it with UV sealer. Sanded to 800.
Then I apply my kandy color. This is "Deep Purple" by Kustom shop.
I sprayed one even coat across the whole thing, which is what you see in the middle.
I let dry for about a minute. Then, with the same gun, i added the burst with the exact same color. I know it looks like an entirely different color, but these kandy colors are so concentrated, it really changes the color with every coat.
Nothing fancy. The pic i posted actually doesnt even have clear coat on it yet.