If it isn't obvious than don't worry about it. Fawn is an ordinary man that takes joy in life for what no one else sees. Often questioned and never phased even the slightest, Fawn couldn't ask for anything more than he what he already has. Because he's enlightened.
Many things cannot be explained. Modeled after someone I barely know, Jonster is a monster in the body of a man. Always wishing to be a monster, Jonster (the man) suddenly become one on an early morning. Taking his practice of the trade, he works half diligently every night.
Seemingly impossible it is to create something, but that's why it's only "seemingly". Yum Yum is a makeshift bird-bulb (plant bird). Able to fly with leaf-like wings, it's often rare as he's half inside dirt most of his life due to his mass energy consumption just from living. Various plant life melded with Yum Yum, and just barely can survive.
When having a bad day, a lot of negative things come to mind which I aimed to express through Stool Rabbit. Nothings simple with Midnight Snacks, and nothing seems clear. This is how it was though, and as much as I try, emotions are going to reflect on my work. This was a good discovery.
The crowd pleaser, Saturn makes his way into peoples hearts (somehow) with his oversized head and blue jeans. Somehow Saturn gets hurt, and no one is found to blame (Most believe he does it to himself...). However brutal his wounds may seem, he only sheds one tear as to say that he only wanted the attention.
This tree is more of a background in some ways, as he's parts of nature. Froak watches over my little character in the swing (second appearance) as do the bird. Though Froak is like a carnivorous plant; he doesn't realize that they are harmless birds. Froak also has a natural cycle of life built into him, but that's a whole other topic to attempt at explaining (You can note his water fountain as being a supply).
Espe (top) is what I thought a face pressed against glass would look like if I were to draw it. He looks odd, and a bit ambiguous in his emotions.
The second is simply a face that was designed with the shape of the paper in mind. It's meant to document this style of eyes, and my love for drawing teeth and noses.
Bibal is (was) the elder of a tribe that was very seclusive and small, but recently was obliterated by a rival tribe. Bibal was kept away from the harm as the village was pillaged, as he didn't fight for his peoples' survival nor his own. Only him with his headdress, left alone to himself. It's what he wanted.
Still was experimenting with the type and other elements to aid the picture, I don't think they are working out too well. This piece reflects my innate ability to draw naturalistic and decrepit things. Tree bark covered, moss growing, little fiend.