The feet of a rex are often darker than the rest of their coat. A rex with particularly dark feet will often hear jokes about them being muddy, but it's all in good fun.


Marking Rarity

Marking Layering

Marking Colors



Marking Edges

Symmetry Rules



  • Dipped must appear on two legs minimum.
  • Dipped cannot have holes.
  • Dipped must be darker or lighter than the base coat!
  • Despite if you choose darker or lighter, all the colors need to stay lighter or darker (with the exception of dominant dipped). 
  • Dipped allows for flat gradient between two colors. See the explanation tab for futher details. 
  • Keep the marking simple. Dipped should never look too complicated.
  • This marking may have mixed edge types.
  • As long as the coverage of the marking is a similar size to the minimum range, it can travel within the boundary area, but should still connect to the minimum coverage area somewhere. That said, Dipped must always touch the bottom of the paw in some way! 



Copy paste these images directly into your art program over your design and set them to multiply for the best work effect. 
Alternatively you can download the boundary PSDs with the marking boundaries!





Dipped may look like a simple marking, but with it's versatile abilities it is easy to make little mistakes when designing. 

Dipped is able to have a gradient from top to bottom. Make sure it is a smooth, simple gradient that does not indicate any form or shapes.

This is an example of Dipped's ability to have a gradient. You can go as dark as you want, but you still have to keep the hue the same as your base coat.
If you chose an adjacent slider, the gradient colors must be picked from that slider as well.


Dipped will extend it's boundary when dominant.

Dominant Dipped is able to present a gradient that overrides the darker or lighter than the base coat color rule and show both at once!

Player Owned Examples