Fisher's Blush


Fisher's Blush


This marking makes a rex stand out in a crowd. Some are rather embarrassed about it, though, and it is generally considered as cute.


Marking Rarity

Marking Layering

Marking Colors



Marking Edges

Symmetry Rules


  • Fisher's Blush is an optional, free marking that won't appear in the geno. 
  • It can be applied to any Rex and if used should be listed in the Free Marks Used section during design approval. 
  • The color can be picked from any section of any basecoat slider, the pastel slider or the grey slider, and should be listed in the Sliders Used section during design approval.
  • Fisher's Blush must be one color without gradients or nuances. 
  • Fisher's Blush is allowed to have holes and mixed edge types. It can fade out but must be 100% opacity at the start of the gradient, and cannot be so small that it cannot be color picked. 
  • Fisher's Blush cannot show symbols or imagery, and should consist of natural shapes. Excessively complex Fisher's Blush are at risk of being denied.


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!





Fisher's blush is a free marking that will sit on your rexal's face and tail. It must be picked from one of our named color sliders. Be careful that there is a spot somewhere on the face and the tail that can be color picked. If we cannot reliably color pick a color that matches with one of the color slider colors you will get sent to corrections.

Let's look at some mistakes...
Even though this Fisher's Blush was picked from one of our sliders, it won't match it. This is because nowhere the opacity is 100%. Make sure you have a place for a mod to colorpick easily. Feel free to point this out in design notes when submitting your design.
Fisher's was picked straight up from the magic color. This is not possible. You are able to look for a similar color on one of our sliders, but you cannot simply pick the magic color itself.


Fisher's Blush is a free marking that doesn't appear on the genotype. Because of this it cannot become dominant and therefore has no dominant rules.



Player Owned Examples

Fisher's Blush can get creative with multiple edge types!