Cremello is a color mutation that turns the base coat color of the beast into a shade of cream. The color itself cannot be chosen freely and has to be taken from the swatch found under “Colors”! However, it is allowed to create a slight gradient from the top to bottom by picking two different colors.
The new base coat color has an influence on markings, which are relevant to the base coat color, as well! Instead of taking the original base coat color (e.g. Earth, Snow or Suntouched Fawn) as a reference, the colors of the markings have to be relevant to the cream color picked from the swatch.
As for markings with set colors like Fox or Points, there are two options: the marking keeps its original color or is “ghosted”, so turned very light or cream in color.
Any additional markings that are present in the phenotype are optional and do not have to be added to the design.
(Darkwood) Earth with Pangare, Unders, Dun and Sable with the Cremello Mutation
Relevant to: –
Can be white: –
Hides other genes: Yes
Quick Facts Guide
The new base coat color of the beast has to be taken from this swatch. It is allowed to pick two different colors to create a slight gradient from the top to bottom.
Please open the sta.sh link by clicking on the swatch and save the image, as taking colors from screenshots or copy and pasted versions might influence the colors. This often leads us to not being able to find the corresponding color on the swatch and we have to send your design to corrections!
Markings with set colors
There are two options designing markings with given colors such as Fox or Points on beasts with Cremello:
– the marking keeps its original color (marking used as example: Glossy)
– the marking is “ghosted”, so turned very light or cream in color (marking used as example: Glossy)
Combinations with other markings
Feel free to search for this marking in our CaveSpeaker gallery to get some inspiration or a better grasp of the marking.
However, be careful of old designs as they might be illegal by now due to previous rule changes!
Please do not just copy existing designs either, as those are the property of their designer!