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The rest of the sketches I did last week. All of them except the teal lion lady in the bottom are part of my story, NT. 


Top two are of the same character, Sear. She was dumped in the tundra to die with her face bandaged up. She was taken in by the opposing organisation and used to test experimental drugs on..resulting in her big ..weirdly proportioned red form. Not sure which is better tbh.. 


Then we have X and Y. Twins joined at birth and separated, had half of their body reconstructed with cyber parts. Naturally they don't like to venture far from one another. 


Taroh is beside them, a little bit of a dimwit. Based loosely on wiener dogs so his chest is large and he has short legs.


Last one is Tachi, Tarohs older mute sister. Can throw her weight around well, doesn't care that she can't talk (Her vocal chords werent fully formed and the org she came from didnt care enough to fix)


Warrior kitty doesnt have a name yet, feel free to suggest some!


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Precious babies!

Those proportions, being with longer legs and all, would be far more agile than a "traditional" dragon. I like it a lot!
As for the warrior kitty.... how about "Jade"? Or is that too on the nose with her colour? XD

Helixel responds:

haha I'm certainly not past "on the nose" names..considering I have Nail..who..has a nail through her head. And BB, which literally stands for Bondage Bunny ...no guesses for what she's into. lol
I like Jade, I'll consider it!

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