Hm, I will definitely take it to consideration.
Though I am not sure that such thing as tan ginger is completely IMPOSSIBLE to happen? I tried to look it up (quite quick if I’m honest) and didn’t find much useful information except for the fact that gingers can get tan, although the skin doesn’t react good to the sun (as it’s in your case)
I guess I’ve always seen Ginny hanging outdoors since the very childhood, playing with boys, throwing gnomes around.. Somehow the whole outdoor behaviour turned out into hanging out on the sun a lot and therefore getting tan. Haha, at the point where I thought of it it made sense in my head I guess? Though it was quite a while since I’ve drawn Ginny, so…
I still don’t exactly think that reducing ALL the ginger people to your own case is quite..right? I mean, genes are funny thing..I feel like with genes there’s no such thing as only ONE possible scenario and only one certain way it works or doesn’t.
Are there any tan gingers out there? haha, I’m curious now:D