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Inside Tetrad the blood moon fox.

Tetrad the blood moon fox,

given the recent Blood Moon occurrences, I wanted to take advantage of the colours and rarity of such an event. I did a little bit of research to explain why the moon turns red thus giving it the name 'Blood Moon'. The moon generally turns red when it's in full eclipse, this is because of something called Rayleigh scattering, and this happens when light scatters off molecules in the air.

Background story:

Blood moon foxes are found mainly in Tall Trees and only appear a few times a year and when they do they turn everything a blood red colour. Their coat is a prized possession as they are so rare.

I was inspired by the rich deep reds and black colours of the blood moon, I used a rich red faux fur which represents the base colour of the moon, the fur has black accents which represent the black shadowing of the craters on the moons surface. I chose gold eyes for him as it's subtle, bright and eyecatching, and again my trademark black eye tufts draw you into his eyes, while the white highlighting brings the eyes out.

This guy will be available for purchase in my Etsy shop this Friday AEST. Alternatively you can check me out on my social media pages below.

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