Came across a cool resource at SpiralBetty.com and gave the Spiral variation a shot. I can’t say it turned out great but I learned a few things and can endorse it for experimenting with. On a 4.5"x4.5" piece of two-layer acrylic I performed a test.
The entire acrylic was only 0.125" thick and the black layer was less than 1/20 of the thickness. That made getting a consistent cut difficult. Lesson #1: If you use a super thin top layer then make sure you bed is perfectly planed. Lesson #2: Don’t run the risk, have a thicker top layer if you’re using a two color laminated material. I probably asked for too much detail in a project so small. Lesson #3: Pay close attention to the Rings function in SpiralBetty and don’t ask too much from your project size.
Anyhow, it was fun and I may try Betty’s Lines and Dots functions too.