At first I wondered why the heck you were asking me about pearl frets, then it dawned on me that I didn't explain it well enough.
What is pictured above is the design for the neck plate
. For a bolt-on neck, the neck plate keeps the bolts/screws from damaging the body wood, and gives them something to torque against. The red circles are where the screw holes are going to be -- there isn't actually going to be any red. (The design is 200% of real size.) The colors will eventually be some derivative of grey/black/chrome, but not necessarily what is depicted above. Since I'm going to eventually have several of these made for different basses, there will probably be a few different color configurations.
There is no hawk on the fretboard, unfortunately. Maybe later if-n-when I'm ever wealthy, I'll have custom inlays put in, but the bass is taking quite enough money as it is for right now.
The colors, since you were wondering, are black and natural. The body is black with all black hardware, and the neck is unfinished bubinga with a wenge fretboard. Nickle frets, black tuners. Somewhere I have pictures...
Here they are. These are the body and neck as they existed when I bought them. After I paid for them, Warmoth routed the pickup holes in the body and fretted the neck.