Rex are very undecided if this marking is a good or a bad omen. Just like a clouded day can be something good or bad, depending if it's cold or warm out!


Marking Rarity

Marking Layering

Marking Colors



Marking Edges

Symmetry Rules


  • Colors must be picked from the base slider when used on the base coat.
  • Can affect 1 marking OR the base coat!
  • While you can define the cloud like structures, make sure this marking never comes off as hard edged.
  • When on base coat: You are allowed to color in the throat armor in itself, so it creates a clear cutoff from the neck, since the armor doesn't lay directly on the flesh there.
  • Tiny white specks are allowed to create glitter in the fog.



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!

There are no Boundaries for Fog. There are no Boundaries for Fog.

Fog is a marking modifier, transforming a standard marking or base coat into a cloud-like appearance. When Fog is applied, it gives the selected marking or base coat with an appearance reminiscent of wispy, smoky swathes.

Applying Fog to the base coat requires colors to be picked exclusively from the base coat slider. However, if it is applied to a marking, the marking's original colors can be picked like those of any marking, but they should all have the same hue, unless dominant.

Fog can also imbue the marking or base coat with glittery, white sparkles. These don't need to be pure white, but must be lighter than the fog below to evoke the feel of glitter.

Achieving the desired Fog effect involves creating soft-edged stripes and swirls that blend seamlessly into the rest of the colors, creating a diffused look. Remember that Fog is not about drawing literal clouds on a marking, but rather evoking the feeling of hazy, foggy mists or the gentle swirl of smoke in the air.

Good VS Bad


This is about what we like to see! This also showcases the subtle sparkles in the fog. This is not soft edged enough. Fog can be hard to do, but remember to blend the smokey streaks enough!


The dominant Fog is able to incorporate a color from an adjacent slider, intertwining it with the existing foggy stripes and swirls. It's important, though, that this new color blends smoothly into the foggy marking or base coat, maintaining the misty, seamless aesthetics of Fog. 
Here we have fog and arcane!