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TOPIC | Primary Gene Suggestions
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Toad maybe? This is a sort of quick mock-up of the gene I did for female skydancers. The lighter grey that matches the belly includes the dorsal stripe, and the blueish would be colored in an alternate color(taken from possibly the poi/tox or skink/spinner palette), like the bumps on toads. [img]https://78.media.tumblr.com/711cb69ae7601e0ad9f18a93d0c9aac8/tumblr_inline_pafv0xuOgC1v12nt8_540.png[/img] And I personally stared at my own toad for inspiration, but here's some images you could draw from. And Uh, the FR tumblr community liked it so I decided to post here. These are links to examples of what I mean: [url=https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0f/Bufo_americanus_PJC1.jpg]Picture 1[/url]--[url=http://www.nhptv.org/wild/images/americantoadwiki1.jpg]Picture 2[/url]--[url=https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/61/American_toad_-_Bufo_americanus_-_3.JPG/1200px-American_toad_-_Bufo_americanus_-_3.JPG]Picture 3[/url]--[url=https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4f/Bufo_americanus_PJC2.jpg]Picture 4[/url] [i]And the (adult) males could have the darker throat coloring, like male toads have.[/i] [url=http://farm8.static.flickr.com/7032/6697675507_77ba7ddb3a.jpg]Male throat example[/url]
Toad maybe?

This is a sort of quick mock-up of the gene I did for female skydancers.

The lighter grey that matches the belly includes the dorsal stripe, and the blueish would be colored in an alternate color(taken from possibly the poi/tox or skink/spinner palette), like the bumps on toads.

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And I personally stared at my own toad for inspiration, but here's some images you could draw from. And Uh, the FR tumblr community liked it so I decided to post here.

These are links to examples of what I mean:
Picture 1--Picture 2--Picture 3--Picture 4

And the (adult) males could have the darker throat coloring, like male toads have.
Male throat example
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Calico and Tortoishell - A primary and secondary pair Here's a quick mock-up of my idea: [img]https://i.imgur.com/l8VW5pr.png[/img]
Calico and Tortoishell - A primary and secondary pair
Here's a quick mock-up of my idea:

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I'd suggest a pattern where the dragon looks completely liquid (kind of like capsule, but full body, liquid could be tert colour and the main body a translucent primary? i don't know if it's a good idea
I'd suggest a pattern where the dragon looks completely liquid (kind of like capsule, but full body, liquid could be tert colour and the main body a translucent primary? i don't know if it's a good idea
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[quote name="Tsuni" date="2018-06-17 13:09:15" ] Toad maybe? This is a sort of quick mock-up of the gene I did for female skydancers. The lighter grey that matches the belly includes the dorsal stripe, and the blueish would be colored in an alternate color(taken from possibly the poi/tox or skink/spinner palette), like the bumps on toads. [img]https://78.media.tumblr.com/711cb69ae7601e0ad9f18a93d0c9aac8/tumblr_inline_pafv0xuOgC1v12nt8_540.png[/img] And I personally stared at my own toad for inspiration, but here's some images you could draw from. And Uh, the FR tumblr community liked it so I decided to post here. These are links to examples of what I mean: [url=https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0f/Bufo_americanus_PJC1.jpg]Picture 1[/url]--[url=http://www.nhptv.org/wild/images/americantoadwiki1.jpg]Picture 2[/url]--[url=https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/61/American_toad_-_Bufo_americanus_-_3.JPG/1200px-American_toad_-_Bufo_americanus_-_3.JPG]Picture 3[/url]--[url=https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4f/Bufo_americanus_PJC2.jpg]Picture 4[/url] [i]And the (adult) males could have the darker throat coloring, like male toads have.[/i] [url=http://farm8.static.flickr.com/7032/6697675507_77ba7ddb3a.jpg]Male throat example[/url] [/quote] I really like this and the pattern looks really cool! Although it looks like it would take a long while to for every color I think it’d be worth it
Tsuni wrote on 2018-06-17 13:09:15:
Toad maybe?

This is a sort of quick mock-up of the gene I did for female skydancers.

The lighter grey that matches the belly includes the dorsal stripe, and the blueish would be colored in an alternate color(taken from possibly the poi/tox or skink/spinner palette), like the bumps on toads.

tumblr_inline_pafv0xuOgC1v12nt8_540.png

And I personally stared at my own toad for inspiration, but here's some images you could draw from. And Uh, the FR tumblr community liked it so I decided to post here.

These are links to examples of what I mean:
Picture 1--Picture 2--Picture 3--Picture 4

And the (adult) males could have the darker throat coloring, like male toads have.
Male throat example

I really like this and the pattern looks really cool! Although it looks like it would take a long while to for every color I think it’d be worth it
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Has anyone ever suggested paisley?

There are probably purists who think that genes should look "natural", but given that we've already got filigree I think that ship has already sailed.
Has anyone ever suggested paisley?

There are probably purists who think that genes should look "natural", but given that we've already got filigree I think that ship has already sailed.
[quote name="crowworm" date="2018-06-18 05:55:03" ] I'd suggest a pattern where the dragon looks completely liquid (kind of like capsule, but full body, liquid could be tert colour and the main body a translucent primary? i don't know if it's a good idea [/quote] This gene, in my eyes, has to be part of a primary/secondary pair and added to the site ASAP.
crowworm wrote on 2018-06-18 05:55:03:
I'd suggest a pattern where the dragon looks completely liquid (kind of like capsule, but full body, liquid could be tert colour and the main body a translucent primary? i don't know if it's a good idea
This gene, in my eyes, has to be part of a primary/secondary pair and added to the site ASAP.
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[quote name="freewifi" date="2018-06-10 17:29:46" ] It would be cool to have a stained glass primary. Where different shaped/sized pieces of different shades of a colour come together in a stained glass formation. See: [img]https://image.shutterstock.com/z/stock-vector-abstract-stained-glass-background-the-colored-elements-arranged-in-rainbow-spectrum-469805714.jpg[/img] [/quote] I support this
freewifi wrote on 2018-06-10 17:29:46:
It would be cool to have a stained glass primary. Where different shaped/sized pieces of different shades of a colour come together in a stained glass formation.

See:
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I support this
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I think a gene pair like tapir and striation without the stripes, just fading colors would be neat. Also something similar to freewifi's idea! @freewifi your idea is beautiful! I support it.
I think a gene pair like tapir and striation without the stripes, just fading colors would be neat. Also something similar to freewifi's idea! @freewifi your idea is beautiful! I support it.
I'm making another gene suggestion, and it turns out it's been two years and four days [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/sug/304936/100#post_21081567]the last one, Venom tert[/url]! This is a Primary/Secondary set, but with the primary being more prominent, I'll post them here. [center][size=5][b]Dun and Equus (or Ferus)[/b][/size] [url=https://i.imgur.com/1PKo5JY.jpg][img]https://i.imgur.com/1PKo5JY.jpg[/img][/url] [size=2](click for fullsize)[/size] [size=1](default colours in Shrek green lol)[/size][/center] This set of genes is based primarily on the [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primitive_markings]primitive markings of horses[/url], commonly called 'dun factor', and typical of wild horses. It shares a colour palette with Python and Morph ([url=https://i.imgur.com/vFgqrxM.jpg]I only saw one colour with an issue -- maize[/url]) and has three colours, light, medium, and dark. The corresponding colours were colour-picked on a male coatl from the tip of the second, darkest, wing feather (1/dark), the eyebrow (2/medium), and the shoulder horns (3/light). It's pretty much impossible for a gene to look good in [i]every[/i] colour, and it's true with this suggestion, too; you can see it performs best on high-contrast colours to bring out the dark elements, and also on warm and neutral colour ranges. This is the type of 'natural' gene I'd love to have more of -- not explicitly patterns copied directly from real animals, but rather ones that look like they could be at home in reality. This didn't actually start out as a gene suggestion but that's what it turned into since I've been visualising a suggestion like this for a while. [img]https://i.imgur.com/0xaawQ4.png[/img] Note: the pearl wasn't intended to be coloured, I made an error and it's not worth fixing since we know what a 'default' pearl looks like. Dun and Equus are shown on a pearlcatcher due to the implied equine traits in the breed, but they could also work particularly well on tundras as well as translating just fine to fully scaly breeds. [center][url=https://i.imgur.com/E95Ar09.jpg][img]https://i.imgur.com/E95Ar09.jpg[/img][/url] [size=2](click for fullsize)[/size][/center]
I'm making another gene suggestion, and it turns out it's been two years and four days the last one, Venom tert!
This is a Primary/Secondary set, but with the primary being more prominent, I'll post them here.
Dun and Equus (or Ferus)

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(default colours in Shrek green lol)

This set of genes is based primarily on the primitive markings of horses, commonly called 'dun factor', and typical of wild horses.

It shares a colour palette with Python and Morph (I only saw one colour with an issue -- maize) and has three colours, light, medium, and dark.
The corresponding colours were colour-picked on a male coatl from the tip of the second, darkest, wing feather (1/dark), the eyebrow (2/medium), and the shoulder horns (3/light).

It's pretty much impossible for a gene to look good in every colour, and it's true with this suggestion, too; you can see it performs best on high-contrast colours to bring out the dark elements, and also on warm and neutral colour ranges.

This is the type of 'natural' gene I'd love to have more of -- not explicitly patterns copied directly from real animals, but rather ones that look like they could be at home in reality.

This didn't actually start out as a gene suggestion but that's what it turned into since I've been visualising a suggestion like this for a while. 0xaawQ4.png
Note: the pearl wasn't intended to be coloured, I made an error and it's not worth fixing since we know what a 'default' pearl looks like.

Dun and Equus are shown on a pearlcatcher due to the implied equine traits in the breed, but they could also work particularly well on tundras as well as translating just fine to fully scaly breeds.
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screamin over dun/equus its beautiful and I love everything about it @Lokenosse
screamin over dun/equus its beautiful and I love everything about it @Lokenosse
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