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Smoke

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 10:48 AM


Smoke

SmSm/nSm

Creates a gradiented marking in two or more points in the body. These points are head, hands, legs and tail.

Dominant smoke spreads more into the body.

While smoke in recessive mode does not allow usually any shapes or spreading unevenly, dominant smoke cancels this rule. Marking has to be still completely blended. 




Marking border allowances:
Blended edge smaller by Kuku-ri 
Marking Color Darker-lighter by Kuku-riMarking Must Symmetry by Kuku-ri


 
Smoke by Kuku-ri
Smoke by Kuku-ri


Common Ranges


Smoke - Common1 by Kuku-riSmoke - Common2 by Kuku-ri



Prairie Ranges


Smoke - Prairie1 by Kuku-riSmoke - Prairie2 by Kuku-ri

On Prairie feathers, smoke shows up normally, like it would in any other limb. If smoke area goes over feathers, it has to appear on them. The filling must be even, unless smoke is dominant.
"While smoke in recessive mode does not allow usually any shapes or spreading unevenly, dominant smoke cancels this rule. Marking has to be still completely blended. "

CORRECT - versus - FAULTY

Correct feathers by Kuku-ri Faulty feathers by Kuku-ri


Common Miniature Ranges


Smoke - Mini by Kuku-ri



Two examples of smoke affecting only two points:


Smoke-examples by Kuku-ri

Head and arms, and legs and tail respectively. Smoke CAN affect more or all points if desired, but two points is the minimum amount that should be covered.




UNACCEPTABLE WAYS OF CREATING SMOKED:


Smoked unacceptable by Kuku-ri

1 & 2: 
Smoked can't only affect only top or bottom part of the face - it goes around the snout.
3 & 4: Smoked is a gradient marking - it can't have hard or slightly softened edges.
5. When creating smoke, imagine that it's spreading from the tip of the nose. So, as in this example, it cannot stop spreading on the top of the head and continue on the throat.
6. As with example 5; the smoke starts from the tip of the nose and spreads there. It can't affect only top half of the head.
7 & 8: Smoke cannot have holes or  shapes in it.





Examples and ideas for SMOKE in existing Kukus
(Remember that directly copying a marking idea is not recommended, but rather use them as inspiration):

Merengue 6274 by Kuku-ri  Nari 6042 by Kuku-ri  Huulo 6033 by Kuku-ri  Noelle 5850 by Kuku-ri
Lafour 5736 by Kuku-ri  Shoura 6138 by Kuku-ri  Elder 5147 by Kuku-ri  Midna 4641 by Kuku-ri

Dominant:

Sekhmet 5251 by Kuku-ri  Fudge 3743 by Kuku-ri 
Raju 3428 by Kuku-ri  Belladonna 5137 by Kuku-ri  Nilrita 5972 by Kuku-ri  Phantasm 6050 by Kuku-ri


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:iconxenoraptors:
Xenoraptors Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Can non dominant smoke effect the tips of a kukus ears 
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Kuku-ri Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2017
Ears are considered pretty free area, so you can do the smoke effect on them without the smoke gene even ^^

If you have more questions, please drop them to Questions and answers instead of marking journals, thank you!
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O-RainKnight-O Featured By Owner Edited Jun 25, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Would it be possible to make a marking of this for the female here like you have the male?
Like with the underbelly one, you have a Markings outline for the male and the female one.
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Unikeko Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2017
Since Smoke doesn't create any kind of shape but just makes a "ring" around the neck with it's border, it doesn't really differ from male to female, unlike underbelly which has clear shape especially going on area where some people might get confused about how to separate the line from the neck. As it is, I don't see there being a need for female example for smoke, but if you can provide that one is needed, then I shall reconsider!
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O-RainKnight-O Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh no it's fine. I was just trying to triple check some stuff on a design. If there doesn't really need to be one than it's fine ^^
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Werewolf2364 Featured By Owner May 16, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I have a kukuri with smoked and hood, I was wondering how I would know if the trait is dominant?
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Kuku-ri Featured By Owner May 17, 2017
If the gene is dominant it will have captials in front and duplicated.

Example:

non-dominant smoke: nSm

Dominant smoke: SmSm

non-dominant crimson: Aa

Dominan crimson: AA

and so on and so forth. The gene pages display the dominant marker beside the recessive one.
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Werewolf2364 Featured By Owner May 17, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, ok thank you.
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EspressoShots Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2017
I just read the hood description, but didn't see it listed on either of these:
If Smoke and Hood are both present, which one is the visible one?

If I had a light hood, with dark smoke, could the head be light, and the arms/legs be dark?
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Kuku-ri Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2017
You can decide which gene you put on top of, either smoke or hood! 

Smoke as gene needs to be of one color (unless the pup has gradient gene)
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MOBz1LLA Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Ok, so, for the smoke, it mentions that it can be a lighter shade, right?
Then would it be possible to have a darker shade of smoke fade into a lighter shade of smoke or vice versa?
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:iconkuku-ri:
Kuku-ri Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2017
Lighter or darker shade is okay! Smoke has to be of one color, unless there is Gradient gene involved.
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:iconginsasori:
GinSasori Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It says, "... usually a darker shade of marking..." Does this mean it can be a lighter shade at all? :0
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kuroya-ken Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2016
Yes, indeed it can be^^
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MaraMastrullo Featured By Owner May 22, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I've a question, If both hood and smoke are present, who will show above the other marking? Or we can combine them as we desire?
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Kuku-ri Featured By Owner May 23, 2016
The markings can be layered however you want! However, if smoke is shown on top of the hood (for example), it cannot also be shown under the hood. Also if a marking which is stated to be "White" (like Piebald, for example), that marking will always be over all over markings.
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MaraMastrullo Featured By Owner May 23, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you!
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