Sika is a marking that adds a white patch to the beasts’ tail and rump. It must start from the tip of the tail and may spread upwards towards the buttocks.
The color of it can be pure white (HEX: #FFFFFF, RGB: rgb(255,255,255)) but slightly off-white colors are okay too as long as it is still recognizable as white, looks natural and is not overly yellow or blue.
This marking was inspired by Sika deer and the so called “gulastra plume” on horses, feel free to take them as inspiration if you have trouble designing your beast!
Relevant to: –
Layering: Designer’s choice
Hides other genes: No
Quick Facts Guide
As a white marking, Sika may be using pure white (HEX: #FFFFFF, RGB: rgb(255,255,255)) as well as slightly off-white colors as long as they are still recognizable as white, look natural and are not overly yellow or blue.
Feel free to use the following swatch one if you feel uncomfortable picking your own colors!
Please open the sta.sh link by clicking on the swatch and save the image, as taking colors from screenshots or copy-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!
Sika must have a hard edge.
Combinations with other markings
Sika has no distinct minimum range, but must be present in a noticeable way (at least on the tip of the tail) on the beast.
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!