Designing: Base Color

COLOR SELECTION

Bullet; White Base colors are rolled for based on the parents' genotype. When designing your ketucari, you can only use the base coat in their
phenotype and it must be picked from one of the swatches below.
 
Bullet; White Base colors may have slight color shifts for variety, but they must not be too drastic. Below is an example of acceptable base color shifts.

Base by Matriarchs-Haunt

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NORMAL BASE COLORS

 

BRONZE

Bronze genotypes:
Contain up to 2 capital letters in 1-2 slots
ee/Ss/kk
ee/SS/kk
ee/SS/Kk
ee/SS/Kk
ee/Ss/Kk
ee/Ss/KK
ee/ss/Kk
ee/ss/KK
EE/ss/kk
Ee/ss/kk
Ee/SS/kk
Ee/ss/Kk
Ee/ss/KK
Ee/Ss/kk
EE/SS/kk
EE/Ss/kk
EE/ss/KK


BROWN

Brown genotypes:
Contain up to 2 capital letters in 3 slots
Ee/Ss/Kk
Ee/Ss/KK
EE/SS/Kk
Ee/SS/Kk
EE/Ss/KK
EE/Ss/Kk




CHARCOAL

Charcoal genotypes:
Ee/SS/KK
EE/SS/KK


BUFF

Buff genotype:
ee/ss/kk


TINTED BASE COLORS

Certain normal bases can turn into tinted bases when the tint modifier (+C) is present on the K locus.
The tint gene has a 25% chance to pass.
 

STONE

Tint of brown


LILAC

Tint of buff

OLIVE

Tint of charcoal


ROSEWOOD

Tint of bronze


 
 

DILUTE BASE COLORS

Normal and tinted bases become diluted when the dilution gene (nDi or DiDi) is present. The dilution gene has a 15% chance to pass.
 

CAMEO

Dilute of bronze


PEWTER

Dilute of charcoal


OPAL

Dilute of stone


ASH

Dilute of lilac

TAUPE

Dilute of brown


WHITE

Dilute of buff


MIST

Dilute of olive


LAVENDER

Dilute of rosewood




VIVID BASE COLORS

Normal and tinted bases turn into vivid bases when the vivid gene (nVi or ViVi) is present.
The vivid gene has a 15% chance to pass.
 
The vivid gene has no effect on pewter or charcoal, but can be carried.
 

RED

Vivid form of bronze


YELLOW

Vivid form of buff


GREEN

Vivid form of olive


MULBERRY

Vivid form of rosewood



ORANGE

Vivid form of brown


BLUE

Vivid form of stone


VIOLET

Vivid form of lilac


BLENDED BASE COLORS

When both the vivid AND dilute genes are present in the same ketucari, the color is known as blended.
 
Since the presence of vivid does nothing to charcoal, such ketucari will remain pewter as a result of
the dilute gene.
 

BLUSH

Blended form of bronze


LUMINARY

Blended form of buff



JADE

Blended form of olive

CHAMPAGNE

Blended form of brown


GLACIER

Blended form of stone



AMETHYST

Blended form of lilac


ORCHID

Blended form of rosewood