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The Ishihara Test Twins by DimeSpin The Ishihara Test Twins by DimeSpin
KiteHook and ThreadFold, respectively. They are identical twins except that Saratoans' skin colors aren't genetic, so duplicate genes didn't win them the same skin color. Though they can still present a confusing sight to the colorblind.

Drawn in Photoshop
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LadyScourgE Aug 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I like how the socks are the other's skin color while the other articles of clothing are similar.
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spligity Jul 18, 2012  Student General Artist
excellent work with those walking poses

what dictates skin color then?
your worlds and characters are so complex, im jelly XD
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DimeSpin Jul 18, 2012   Digital Artist
The magic embedded in their skin does, and the color is semi-random. The heritable traits are things like presence of markings and number of skin colors - but the color itself isn't heritable.
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spligity Jul 19, 2012  Student General Artist
semi-random skin tones sounds pretty legit :D
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dwilliams Jul 18, 2012
What cute tanktops they have! What is the/is there a purpose for their superthick tails? Their limbs are gangly, so I figure there's a reason for the thick tails. :3
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DimeSpin Jul 18, 2012   Digital Artist
They have aaaall the vertebrae and muscle tissues they'll have in their super long adult tails in their squished little stubby tails, encased in excess fat, which is where Saratoans store their magic, which will sort all that out. So even skinny sub-adults have thick tails.
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dwilliams Jul 19, 2012
^_^ It's so cool you have an answer. :iconwowplz:
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