Albino Colour Schemes – Red Eyes Vs. Blue Eyes

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  • #926820
    Angelika_Zen
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    The Wedding Cake dragons looked perfect with the blue eyes, though.

    Ooohhhh I’ve never seen those.

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    #926849
    Skigod377
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    I always go for the pinks:)

    #926883
    drag0nfeathers
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    I usually always go for the pink myself. IF they were antiqued in a blue grey or an overall cold color that matched the blue eyes better, I MIGHT go for blue, but usually I always go for pink.

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    #927071
    rachelled
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    I usually always go for the pink myself. IF they were antiqued in a blue grey or an overall cold color that matched the blue eyes better, I MIGHT go for blue, but usually I always go for pink.

    I was thinking this about the standing one in particularly for some reason, I liked the pink eyes much better. I grabbed a blue-eyed sitting one to go with it, so we’ll see how they compare when they arrive 🙂

    #927503
    Synne
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    Pink, because only true albinos have that trait.

    #934005
    Nightcrow
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    This is pretty much how I feel, too. A white critter with blue eyes isn’t “albino” to me, so it just seems like a mislabeled white animal instead of an animal with albinism.

    Come to think of it, though, what I haven’t seen and think would be neat would be a white griffin family with dark brown eyes – because I love peacocks, and people often incorrectly call white peacocks “albino” despite their having lovely dark eyes! Maybe the griffins could have subtle white-on-white patterns the way a white peacock’s tailfeathers still have eyes? (Not that I want the griffins to have peacock-tail patterns! Just the idea of very subtle markings, akin to how white peacock feathers show their markings. For griffins, maybe spots/dapples, or faint tiger stripes and wing-bars?)

    I have always vastly preferred the albino pink/red eyes. I think the blue eyes were a later addition because some people were ‘freaked out’ by albino eyes?
    The blue eyes to me, are very wishy-washy, they’re simply not my cup of tea.

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    #934029
    etruscan
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    I like the silver eyes with this pattern, but I agree that it also would look good with brown eyes.

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    And her brother …

    #934036
    rachelled
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    I tend to regard them as two separate colours almost. The blue-eyed ones are white and the pink-eyed ones are albino!

    I really love those “Snow” test paints, they are gorgeous.

    #934043
    Kim
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    I have had blue eyed albino bunnies. I personally hate brown eyes but would love white griffins with blue eyes!

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    #934044
    etruscan
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    I have had blue eyed albino bunnies. I personally hate brown eyes but would love white griffins with blue eyes!

    You may need to watch for some of the old Pearl griffins. They are under “Postponed Production” in the store but I doubt that Windstone will produce that color scheme again.

    #934114
    Melody
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    Public opinion is torn between blue and pink . That’s why we do both!

    #934363
    Mercury Star
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    I usually go with the pink/red, since the pupil color is more “true” to an albino, even though many albino animals have blue eyes. If you could make a true albino blue eye, one with a red pupil, that would be perfect for many of the pieces. For now though, I will just stick with the pink/red when I am buying a white piece I see as albino, like the standing baby kirin.

    #934364
    Ela_Hara
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    Interesting Factoid:
    An Albino horse with blue eyes is referred to as an Albino with China eyes.

    In Nature, true Albinos have no pigment at all, so the eyes for a true, pure Albino would be the Pink/Red version I believe. I like these best as well. 🙂

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    #934365
    Landipan
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    Interesting Factoid:
    An Albino horse with blue eyes is referred to as an Albino with China eyes.

    In Nature, true Albinos have no pigment at all, so the eyes for a true, pure Albino would be the Pink/Red version I believe. I like these best as well. 🙂

    Actually, from what I’ve read and heard from many horse connoisseurs, there is no true albinism in horses. Most horses that people claim are ‘albino’ or either cremello or a dominant white.

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    #934368
    jmoore
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    Interesting Factoid:
    An Albino horse with blue eyes is referred to as an Albino with China eyes.

    In Nature, true Albinos have no pigment at all, so the eyes for a true, pure Albino would be the Pink/Red version I believe. I like these best as well. 🙂

    Actually, from what I’ve read and heard from many horse connoisseurs, there is no true albinism in horses. Most horses that people claim are ‘albino’ or either cremello or a dominant white.

    meowmix101 is correct.

    Here is a link with info:
    http://www.whitehorseproductions.com/white.html

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