Design Guide: Pinstripes

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PINSTRIPES


Uncommon By Yamashta-daok465 by Ulfrheim

(Ps active) (PS dominant)


Uncommonb By Yamashta-daok460 by Ulfrheim Pinstripes - An uncommon marking, pinstripes are long, broad strokes (optionally) extending from a dorsal line on the upper part of a Felvarg's body. They may be darker or lighter than the main coat, but must be distinct from one another.


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RULES


THIS ICON IS NOT FREE by Ulfrheim Pinstripes in its minimum form must consist of either 2 pinstripes, or a dorsal stripe. The dorsal stripe should be thick to avoid confusion with dun.

THIS ICON IS NOT FREE by Ulfrheim Pinstripes can be lighter or darker than your base coat color but must be a natural color to the base coat.

THIS ICON IS NOT FREE by Ulfrheim Pinstripes must be a solid color and cannot have a gradient effect.

THIS ICON IS NOT FREE by Ulfrheim Pinstripes cannot touch one another and must have an obvious break between them.

THIS ICON IS NOT FREE by Ulfrheim Pinstripes are meant to flow with the coat/direction of the fur. (It cannot flow unnaturally/In the opposite direction of the fur.)



Soft Edges: No by TheNook  Sharp Edges: Yes by TheNook  Holes: No by TheNook  Breaks: Yes by TheNook

PINSTRIPES GUIDELINES


Bullet; Blue - Field in blue are optional and display the maximum allowance for the marking.

Pinstripes Standard by TheNookPinstripes Titan by TheNook


GOOD EXAMPLES OF PINSTRIPES


Examples of pinstripes with other markings - Examples of pinstripes in use:


Yara 3894 by Ulfrheim Meatloaf, the Overcooked 4094 by Ulfrheim Leidh 4172 by Ulfrheim Pumpkin Spice Latte 4419 by Ulfrheim Ragna 4417 by Ulfrheim


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