I'm sorry for how off everything looks. xDD
I messed up on the legs, but it turns out I really messed up on the head, and then the ear kept coming off as wonky, and the straight leg kept seeming like it was too straight, and . . .
|Continues rambling about how bad this picture is before gasping for some air|
It's another Kiyote drawing.
After I made the reference, I realized that I now had to actually draw him.
Or, at least, better than I first had.
I kept his tongue in his mouth this time, though, wanting to draw it partly closed.
I really love the crazy smirky-thing he has going. So cute.
Well, I'm still filling him out, but he is basically crazy.
Not in a bad way--he just talks to himself so he won't be lonely the poor dear.
Being that he was made for the defense of humans, he is innately protective of them.
Sometimes he thinks they could act a little smarter, but he'll help if he sees a person in trouble.
He also can talk. There's a chip in his head that's kind of connected to everything so he's never out of the loop.
With the way his jaw was set and the help of this chip, he can successfully communicate in any language.
Okay, I'll stop it there since I'm still unsure about a few things.
But I have to say that I'm sort of happy with how this looks.
I mean, even with the smear marks and indentions and regret all over the page, I'm satisfied that I actually drew him seriously.
I haven't done this with a character since Felt, though I'm not sure I was taking her seriously. I did make her when I was . . . fourteen? I think.
Thanks for looking and don't be too harsh with the comments if you have any, please. ;u;
If you steal any part of him, I will cut you. c:
Have a nice day.