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Troy 004 by sevas-tra
Troy 004
Name: Troy
ID number: 004
Owner: sevas-tra 
Species: SilkyBeardogs-ARPG 

Genotype: YY/rr/bb/nDf/nAp/nM/nW/nAnt/nLa
Phenotype: Yellow dark fader appaloosa masked winged anteater with light accents
Hair Type: Standard

Soul Age: Young
Gender: Male
Health: Pristine
Height: 45 inches
Length: 108 inches
Weight: 490 pounds

Skill: Protection
Personality: Headstrong, secure and determined.

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Brena 003 by sevas-tra
Brena 003
Name: Breña
ID number: 003
Owner: sevas-tra 
Species: SilkyBeardogs-ARPG 

Genotype: yy/Rr/bb/nSun/nSb/nSp/nMnd/nDa
Phenotype: Red sunrise saddlebacked splash maned with dark accents
Hair Type: Standard

Soul Age: New
Gender: Female
Health: Pristine
Height: 39 inches
Length: 98 inches
Weight: 300 pounds

Skill: Speed
Personality: Somewhat high strung and ill tempered.

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Cleopatra 002 by sevas-tra
Cleopatra 002
Name: Cleopatra
ID number: 002
Owner: sevas-tra 
Species: SilkyBeardogs-ARPG 

Genotype: YY/rr/bb/nG/nCpR/nWt/nLa/nDn
Phenotype: Graying yellow red colorpoint dun white tip with light accents
Hair Type: Standard

Soul Age: Ancient
Gender: Female
Health: Pristine
Height: 40 inches
Length: 95 inches
Weight: 320 pounds

Skill: Hunting
Personality: Strong willed and independent.

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Explanation of Genes, Alleles, Genotype, Phenotype


Silky Beardog genes are made of pairs of alleles. The alleles are represented by abbreviations of the name of the gene.

Example - the Light Accent gene is abbreviated as La. If a Beardog has both alleles, it is written as LaLa. If it only has one allele, it is written as nLa. When bred, each pup will receive one allele of each gene that the parents carry.

The Genotype field in the description on a Silky Beardog reference is a list of abbreviated genes that a Beardog has, and how many alleles of each gene.

The Phenotype field in the description on a reference is a list of genes that appear visually on the Beardog.

There are 4 different types of genes in Silky Beardogs
1. Dominant - these genes have only one form and a Silky Beardog needs only one (nLa vs LaLa) for it to appear.
2. Incomplete Dominant - these genes have a "super" form that has a different appearance when the Beardog has both alleles of the gene.
3. Recessive - these genes only appear when the Beardog has both alleles of the gene. If the Beardog only has one allele of the gene, it is included in the phenotype list as "heterozygous for (gene name)".
4. Anomoly - these genes are completely random and non-inherited, and are not included in the genotype list.


Base Colors


Each Beardog's genotype includes all alleles for base color. Base color is only shown when an uppercase letter is in the genotype. If there is more than one uppercase letter, the base coat will show as the more common color, but the Beardog will be a carrier for the less common color.

All Normal (lacking modifying genes) base colors are somewhat desaturated. Example
Colors of offspring should be somewhat similar to parent colors.

Yellow (Yy YY) - the most common base color
Red (Rr RR) - less common than yellow
Blue (Bb BB) - least common
Purple (Rr/BB RR/BB) - only produced with the correct combination of Red and Blue alleles


List of Markings


Silky Beardogs can carry a wide array of markings inspired by other animals and natural elements.
(all are dominant unless stated otherwise)

As a general rule, marking colors of offspring should be similar to either parent.

Common -

Gray (nG GG)- desaturates base and marking colors to an extent Example

Light fader (nLf LfLf) - lighter/desaturated gradient from the front of the body, only effects the base coat Example

Sunrise (nSun SunSun) - lighter/desaturated gradient from the top of the body, only effects the base coat Example

Color point (nCpY CpYCpY, nCpR CpRCpR, nCpB CpBCpB, nCpP CpPCpP) - points of color similar to a siamese cat. The points are either Yellow, Red, Blue, or Purple (if a Red point and Blue point are bred together this is a possible combination)Example

Saddleback (nSb SbSb) - a broad marking extending across the top of the back, darker than the base coat

Splash (nSp SpSp) - white only on bottom half of body or less - if on foot, pink paw pads and light claws, if on face, pink skin, if over eye, pink skin and light iris. May be asymmetrical. Covers all markings except Smoked.

Appaloosa (nAp ApAp) - when containing one allele, this gene presents with a broad marking over the rump which is lighter in color than the base coat, either with "holes" inside, or with spots that are darker than the base coat. The darker spots may be seen in other areas of the body. When both alleles are present, these gene shows over the entire body (Incomplete dominant)

Mask (nM MM) - the majority of the face is black

Winged (nW WW) - markings on arm feathers all the way up the back

White tip (nWt WtWt) - under 50% of tail is white Example

Light accents (nLa LaLa) - lighter than the base color, soft and blended, sharp, or a mixture of both. It is found on the undersides, legs, sides of the muzzle, cheeks, and around the eyes. Can also be seen in the undercoat Example

Dun (nDn DnDn) - dorsal stripe that may begin between the eyes, down to the end of the tail, that may extend down the front of the shoulders. May also extend as a saddle border and tail scent gland marking, as well as show striping on the bottom half of the legs Example

Skunk, Striped skunk (nSk SkSk) - when containing one allele, this gene presents with two white stripes down the back and tail. When both alleles are present, this gene shows as white markings on the body similar to a spotted skunk (Incomplete dominant)

Dapple (nD DD) - effects only the base coat, and shows as lighter spots over either the trunk of the body or the entire body Example

Maned (nMnd MndMnd) - similar to a lion, the majority of the neck and underside fur will be one solid color

Anteater (nAnt AntAnt) - long dark bib with a light border

Uncommon - 

Axanthic (nAx AxAx) - lack of yellow pigment on the base coat Example

Anerythristic (nAn AnAn) - lack of red pigment on the base coat (recessive) Example

Dark fader (nDf DfDf) - darker/desaturated gradient from the front of the body, only effects the base coat Example

Sunset (nSet SetSet) - darker/desaturated gradient from the top of the body, only effects the base coat Example

Roan (nRn RnRn) - mostly even mixture of colored and white hairs on the body, some areas may have gradually more or less white hairs

Lynx point (nLpY LpLpY, nLpR LpLpR, nLpB LpLpB, nLpP LpLpP) - points of color similar to a siamese cat, but with stripes instead of a solid marking. The points are either Yellow, Red, Blue, or Purple (if a Red point and Blue point are bred together this is a possible combination).

Sable (nSb SbSb) - dark wash over body, not on ear fluff, around eyes, or butt fluff. Only affects base coat. Example

Jewel face (nJ JJ) - large area of light color around eyes, can be saturated, even when gray is present

Iced (nIce IceIce) - found on tips of neck fur and tip of the tail, may be any color

Albino (nA AA) - anything black turns white, all other colors are lighter and more saturated. Effects all markings (recessive)

Piebald (nP PP) - any amount can be shown (frame pattern not allowed), if on foot, pink paw pads and light claws, if on face, pink skin, if over eye, pink skin and light iris. May be asymmetrical. Covers all markings except Smoked.

Striped appaloosa (nSt StSt) - light and dark stripes on rump

Calico (nCal CalCal) - irregular white markings appearing anywhere, similar to Merle pattern

Skull, Hooded (nSkl SkSkl) - when containing one allele, the majority of the face is white. When both alleles are present, the marking extends to include the neck fur (incomplete dominant)

Marbled (nMbl MblMbl) - appears as marbled, or classic, tabby stripes

Dark accents (nDa DaDa) - darker than the base color, soft and blended, sharp, or a mixture of both. It is found on the undersides, legs, sides of the muzzle, cheeks, and around the eyes. Can also be seen in the undercoat

Zorse (nZ ZZ) - irregular stripes, may be faded in some areas, spotty on rump

Ghost eye (nGst GstGst) - lack of pupils (recessive)

Wildebeest (nWld WldWld) - dark, desaturated stripes on neck and shoulders

Cape (nCp CpCp) - covers neck, shoulders, and front legs

Merle (nMrlY MrlMrlY, nMrlR MrlMrlR, nMrlB MrlMrlB, nMrlP MrlMrlP) - large, small, or mixture sized spots on the coat. The spots are either Yellow, Red, Blue, or Purple (if a Red point and Blue point are bred together this is a possible combination). The majority of the spots must be darker than the base coat. Any lighter spots must not be white.

Rare -

Melanistic (nMel MelMel) - 
darkens the base coat, enlarges and darkens dark markings, shrinks light markings Example

Hypomelanistic (nHyp HypHyp) - lightens and saturates the base coat and all markings other than white markings Example

Color fader (nCf CfCf) - saturated gradient from any direction of the body, only effects the base coat Example

T+ Albino (nT+ T+T+) - anything black turns purple/lilac, all other colors lighter and more saturated. Effects all markings (recessive)

Frame (nFr FrFr) - a pied marking that rarely reaches the outside edges of the body, from side view

Black Calico (nBc BcBc) - irregular black markings appearing anywhere, similar to Merle pattern

Vitiligo (nV VV) - random white fur strands that may appear anywhere, in any pattern (recessive)

White brindle (nWbr WbrWbr) - clusters of white stripes in a brindle pattern, only a small number of stripes in a few areas allowed (recessive)

Tiger (nTgr TgrTgr) - tiger stripes, may be faded in some areas

Galaxy (nGx GxGx) - stars, nebulas, galaxies, etc. Appears in dark markings only

Chrome claw (nCh ChCh) - front claws are polished chrome (recessive)

Koifish (nKoi KoiKoi) - covers entire body and all markings except for Smoked. Coat has the pattern of any realistic Koi fish (recessive)

Smoked (nSmk SmkSmk) - dark wash covers all (recessive)

Iridescence (nIrr IrrIrr) - in certain lighting, many other colors will reflect off of the fur

Anomoly / Non-genetic / Random -

Paradox - a Paradox Beardog is a chimera; a Beardog with two sets of genotypes. In some areas of the coat, it will express one of its genotypes, and in others it will express its second genotype.

Blackout - solid black coat with black eyes

Whiteout - solid white coat with white eyes

Demon - black teeth, gums, and tongue

Explanation of Genes, Alleles, Genotype, Phenotype


Silky Beardog genes are made of pairs of alleles. The alleles are represented by abbreviations of the name of the gene.

Example - the Light Accent gene is abbreviated as La. If a Beardog has both alleles, it is written as LaLa. If it only has one allele, it is written as nLa. When bred, each pup will receive one allele of each gene that the parents carry.

The Genotype field in the description on a Silky Beardog reference is a list of abbreviated genes that a Beardog has, and how many alleles of each gene.

The Phenotype field in the description on a reference is a list of genes that appear visually on the Beardog.

There are 4 different types of genes in Silky Beardogs
1. Dominant - these genes have only one form and a Silky Beardog needs only one (nLa vs LaLa) for it to appear.
2. Incomplete Dominant - these genes have a "super" form that has a different appearance when the Beardog has both alleles of the gene.
3. Recessive - these genes only appear when the Beardog has both alleles of the gene. If the Beardog only has one allele of the gene, it is included in the phenotype list as "heterozygous for (gene name)".
4. Anomoly - these genes are completely random and non-inherited, and are not included in the genotype list.


Base Colors


Each Beardog's genotype includes all alleles for base color. Base color is only shown when an uppercase letter is in the genotype. If there is more than one uppercase letter, the base coat will show as the more common color, but the Beardog will be a carrier for the less common color.

All Normal (lacking modifying genes) base colors are somewhat desaturated. Example
Colors of offspring should be somewhat similar to parent colors.

Yellow (Yy YY) - the most common base color
Red (Rr RR) - less common than yellow
Blue (Bb BB) - least common
Purple (Rr/BB RR/BB) - only produced with the correct combination of Red and Blue alleles


List of Markings


Silky Beardogs can carry a wide array of markings inspired by other animals and natural elements.
(all are dominant unless stated otherwise)

As a general rule, marking colors of offspring should be similar to either parent.

Common -

Gray (nG GG)- desaturates base and marking colors to an extent Example

Light fader (nLf LfLf) - lighter/desaturated gradient from the front of the body, only effects the base coat Example

Sunrise (nSun SunSun) - lighter/desaturated gradient from the top of the body, only effects the base coat Example

Color point (nCpY CpYCpY, nCpR CpRCpR, nCpB CpBCpB, nCpP CpPCpP) - points of color similar to a siamese cat. The points are either Yellow, Red, Blue, or Purple (if a Red point and Blue point are bred together this is a possible combination)Example

Saddleback (nSb SbSb) - a broad marking extending across the top of the back, darker than the base coat

Splash (nSp SpSp) - white only on bottom half of body or less - if on foot, pink paw pads and light claws, if on face, pink skin, if over eye, pink skin and light iris. May be asymmetrical. Covers all markings except Smoked.

Appaloosa (nAp ApAp) - when containing one allele, this gene presents with a broad marking over the rump which is lighter in color than the base coat, either with "holes" inside, or with spots that are darker than the base coat. The darker spots may be seen in other areas of the body. When both alleles are present, these gene shows over the entire body (Incomplete dominant)

Mask (nM MM) - the majority of the face is black

Winged (nW WW) - markings on arm feathers all the way up the back

White tip (nWt WtWt) - under 50% of tail is white Example

Light accents (nLa LaLa) - lighter than the base color, soft and blended, sharp, or a mixture of both. It is found on the undersides, legs, sides of the muzzle, cheeks, and around the eyes. Can also be seen in the undercoat Example

Dun (nDn DnDn) - dorsal stripe that may begin between the eyes, down to the end of the tail, that may extend down the front of the shoulders. May also extend as a saddle border and tail scent gland marking, as well as show striping on the bottom half of the legs Example

Skunk, Striped skunk (nSk SkSk) - when containing one allele, this gene presents with two white stripes down the back and tail. When both alleles are present, this gene shows as white markings on the body similar to a spotted skunk (Incomplete dominant)

Dapple (nD DD) - effects only the base coat, and shows as lighter spots over either the trunk of the body or the entire body Example

Maned (nMnd MndMnd) - similar to a lion, the majority of the neck and underside fur will be one solid color

Anteater (nAnt AntAnt) - long dark bib with a light border

Uncommon - 

Axanthic (nAx AxAx) - lack of yellow pigment on the base coat Example

Anerythristic (nAn AnAn) - lack of red pigment on the base coat (recessive) Example

Dark fader (nDf DfDf) - darker/desaturated gradient from the front of the body, only effects the base coat Example

Sunset (nSet SetSet) - darker/desaturated gradient from the top of the body, only effects the base coat Example

Roan (nRn RnRn) - mostly even mixture of colored and white hairs on the body, some areas may have gradually more or less white hairs

Lynx point (nLpY LpLpY, nLpR LpLpR, nLpB LpLpB, nLpP LpLpP) - points of color similar to a siamese cat, but with stripes instead of a solid marking. The points are either Yellow, Red, Blue, or Purple (if a Red point and Blue point are bred together this is a possible combination).

Sable (nSb SbSb) - dark wash over body, not on ear fluff, around eyes, or butt fluff. Only affects base coat. Example

Jewel face (nJ JJ) - large area of light color around eyes, can be saturated, even when gray is present

Iced (nIce IceIce) - found on tips of neck fur and tip of the tail, may be any color

Albino (nA AA) - anything black turns white, all other colors are lighter and more saturated. Effects all markings (recessive)

Piebald (nP PP) - any amount can be shown (frame pattern not allowed), if on foot, pink paw pads and light claws, if on face, pink skin, if over eye, pink skin and light iris. May be asymmetrical. Covers all markings except Smoked.

Striped appaloosa (nSt StSt) - light and dark stripes on rump

Calico (nCal CalCal) - irregular white markings appearing anywhere, similar to Merle pattern

Skull, Hooded (nSkl SkSkl) - when containing one allele, the majority of the face is white. When both alleles are present, the marking extends to include the neck fur (incomplete dominant)

Marbled (nMbl MblMbl) - appears as marbled, or classic, tabby stripes

Dark accents (nDa DaDa) - darker than the base color, soft and blended, sharp, or a mixture of both. It is found on the undersides, legs, sides of the muzzle, cheeks, and around the eyes. Can also be seen in the undercoat

Zorse (nZ ZZ) - irregular stripes, may be faded in some areas, spotty on rump

Ghost eye (nGst GstGst) - lack of pupils (recessive)

Wildebeest (nWld WldWld) - dark, desaturated stripes on neck and shoulders

Cape (nCp CpCp) - covers neck, shoulders, and front legs

Merle (nMrlY MrlMrlY, nMrlR MrlMrlR, nMrlB MrlMrlB, nMrlP MrlMrlP) - large, small, or mixture sized spots on the coat. The spots are either Yellow, Red, Blue, or Purple (if a Red point and Blue point are bred together this is a possible combination). The majority of the spots must be darker than the base coat. Any lighter spots must not be white.

Rare -

Melanistic (nMel MelMel) - 
darkens the base coat, enlarges and darkens dark markings, shrinks light markings Example

Hypomelanistic (nHyp HypHyp) - lightens and saturates the base coat and all markings other than white markings Example

Color fader (nCf CfCf) - saturated gradient from any direction of the body, only effects the base coat Example

T+ Albino (nT+ T+T+) - anything black turns purple/lilac, all other colors lighter and more saturated. Effects all markings (recessive)

Frame (nFr FrFr) - a pied marking that rarely reaches the outside edges of the body, from side view

Black Calico (nBc BcBc) - irregular black markings appearing anywhere, similar to Merle pattern

Vitiligo (nV VV) - random white fur strands that may appear anywhere, in any pattern (recessive)

White brindle (nWbr WbrWbr) - clusters of white stripes in a brindle pattern, only a small number of stripes in a few areas allowed (recessive)

Tiger (nTgr TgrTgr) - tiger stripes, may be faded in some areas

Galaxy (nGx GxGx) - stars, nebulas, galaxies, etc. Appears in dark markings only

Chrome claw (nCh ChCh) - front claws are polished chrome (recessive)

Koifish (nKoi KoiKoi) - covers entire body and all markings except for Smoked. Coat has the pattern of any realistic Koi fish (recessive)

Smoked (nSmk SmkSmk) - dark wash covers all (recessive)

Iridescence (nIrr IrrIrr) - in certain lighting, many other colors will reflect off of the fur

Anomoly / Non-genetic / Random -

Paradox - a Paradox Beardog is a chimera; a Beardog with two sets of genotypes. In some areas of the coat, it will express one of its genotypes, and in others it will express its second genotype.

Blackout - solid black coat with black eyes

Whiteout - solid white coat with white eyes

Demon - black teeth, gums, and tongue

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nyllyn Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
o A o your art is amazing <3
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sevas-tra Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks <3
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Anhurs Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Are your commissions open ;w;
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sevas-tra Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
not officially, i may take something here and there if i really like the commission
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Anhurs Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
ah ok o: well i was interested in a flat color ;w;
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sevas-tra Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
of what?
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LlamaFreedom Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2015  New member
And a llama for you. :P (Lick) Also, can you throw the llama love my way and give me one too? :) (Smile) I'd surely appreciate it. :D (Big Grin)
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Faolan9898 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Do you do Art Trades? ovo
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sevas-tra Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
rarely if ever :s
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DResroav Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2015  Student General Artist
We can adopt/buy a Silky Bear dog ? ( with points ) ;w;
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