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    Adopted him/her today. A normal?

    Here's an album on imgur. This look like a normal to you guys?
    http://imgur.com/a/4ddps#CkzhS

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    Re: Adopted him/her today. A normal?

    Hi,

    Yep looks like a nice normal with some cool blushing - might make some pretty pastels if you were looking for a project.


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    Looks like a great normal. Very nice blushing
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    Hey,

    Thanks. I'm still a bit of noob, what are people referring to when they say "blushing."

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    Re: Adopted him/her today. A normal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tache View Post
    Hey,

    Thanks. I'm still a bit of noob, what are people referring to when they say "blushing."
    The fading areas inside the dark areas (not the spots) is referred to as blushing.
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    agreed.. looks like a very nice normal has a great colour!
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    Re: Adopted him/her today. A normal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tache View Post
    Hey,

    Thanks. I'm still a bit of noob, what are people referring to when they say "blushing."
    Inside the red squares is blushing
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    Technically, isn't the Top Right diamond flaming? It looks like its coming off the belly in that pic. Blushing refers to color on top of the snake, and I've only seen "flames" or "flaming" used in reference to the lighter flares that come off the belly up the side.
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    Re: Adopted him/her today. A normal?

    Quote Originally Posted by darkbloodwyvern View Post
    Technically, isn't the Top Right diamond flaming? It looks like its coming off the belly in that pic.
    Yeah oops, your correct it's a flame
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    Re: Adopted him/her today. A normal?

    Quote Originally Posted by snakesRkewl View Post
    Yeah oops, your correct it's a flame
    Awesome, Not to be nitpicky, but figured it would be best to point it out in case someone not familiar with terms got confused, ha ha!

    Is that one of your snakes? Great pic for demonstration either way!
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