A reversal of Moon where the face is a darker than the base coat, and optionally outlined.
Shape & Coverage
At minimum, Eclipse should darken the center of the face. While it can have some variation in style, it should not stray far from the min/max ranges.
Feather Mutation Coverage
Eclipse can extend to cover the feathered ears of Horned stryx. However, reaching the horns is the only exception to Eclipse’s regular coverage range, and the rest of the marking should not exceed the allowed range on the face.
- Eclipse must layer above markings that would otherwise obscure the head, such as Hood, Bald, Unders, Dominant Blanket, Scorch/Fade, Midnight/Sunrise.
- Facial markings, such as Ink, Stains, and Blush must layer on top of Eclipse.
Edges, Blending & Texture
Eclipse itself should have hard, feathered, or moderately softened edges that follow the shape of the face.
Main Marking Texture
Eclipse Outline Texture
Eclipse has the option of including an outline.
This outline can be either lighter or darker than the design under it. It can also have either hard or soft edges, but cannot be too thick or fade too far back from the marking.
Colors & Interaction
Eclipse must darken the color it sits on top of, a darker version of the base color, or be any natural color darker than the base.
Eclipse cannot cover other face markings, including Blush, and Stains and Ink around the eyes.
Can Eclipse fade-erase? No
Can Eclipse be modified by a colormod? Yes
Can Eclipse show on the beak, feet, and skin? No
Things to Avoid
- While the outline can be very soft, it should not be a full gradient & travel too far from the main part of the marking.