Thursday, December 20, 2012

Grey Anatomy

Today's blog is about the color grey.

Mostly Axanthic stuff, some silver thrown in, but Grey.

The anatomy, if you will, of the color grey in Ball Python morphs.

HAH! You see what I did there? I made a funny...

Above we have the Super Pewter and the Silver Bullet, both which hatch out a nice shade of grey.
Obviously the Bullet (the darker one), hatches out darker, but makes a dramatic transformation over a year into the almost black slate grey you see before you.

The Super Pewter was very light when it hatched, but I love the color it ended up. I would love to have a few more of these babies in the collection. The colors are just stunning, with flecks of gold in both the Bullet and the Super.

Here we have the TSK Axanthic Bumblebee. 

I didn't take pictures of the other TSK Axanthic stuff, so we will need to do an extension of the Grey theme.

And here we have the Sterling/Pewter (not quite so sure still) Fire, which would be more grey if it didn't have Fire in it, but has turned a nice yellow tone. 

And last but not least, the VPI Axanthic Spotnose. This guy will be a nice interesting project, especially turned into a Powerball, the super form of the Spotnose, which will be even more Grey!

So tomorrow, we shall continue on our quest for Fifty Shades of Ball Python Grey.

HAH! I did it again!

Have a fun filled day, my friends!

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