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A Suggestion for Color/Pattern Naming


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Posted by ike420 on May 08, 2003 at 22:33:58:

It seems as thought there is much variation within members of the forum and their naming of crested colors and patterns. I suggest this method to keep eveything standardized.
C/PC/Pattern Where C is the dominant side color (base color), PC is the pattern coloration (i.e. an animal with a yellowish fire, or yellow tiger markings, yellow harlequin, etc. would all have Yellow as their PC) and P is the pattern.
For instance, a chocolate brown crested with a tan fire pattern would be named Chocolate/Tan/Fire or a grey harlequin with orange harlequin markings would be called a Grey/Orange/Harlequin.

Let me know if you think this will work, feel free to point out any problems with this system or make suggestions on how it could be improved.


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