Be sure to wait at least a week before clear coating it. Sometimes the clear coat will react with the semi dried color coat - and bubble up!
If you buff it out with rubbing compound before clear coating, it comes out even better!
I tried a technique I saw a guy use - I color coated a cabinet with a color coat of enamel - probably Krylon. I let it dry till it was barely tacky. Then I shot a thin coat of thinner/reducer over it from my spray gun.
It melted the surface of the enamel and let it flow slightly, removing orange peel and powder marks. It came out better, smoother, shinier, than if I had rubbed it out, and was much much easier.
I was just learning, I also found out too much thinner/reducer makes it sag.
Clear coat over that and it would probably be awesome.