I am super proud of my entry for #citysdtakistune
🖤 I worked on this for awhile. This character is really awesome, and exactly what I would want to add in my story with Soldier. That is why the fox boy has robotically enhanced body parts/his back paw.
edit: second upload of this! #instagramruinsquality
Age: 2 years old (Lifespan: 2-5 years)
🎏 Physical: Alda is a magical, and mechanical, Kitsuné. His size is average, or ever so slightly, bigger. His fur has patches of a muted green color and a bright, lime green in his ears, nose, mouth and paws. Alda’s sacred gem is connected to a scarf-like item, containing two white stripes, which holds a string that tightens it around his neck. His front claws are steel, and his back paw is merged to be like a huge claw foot. His shiny, red eyes have no visible pupils, though he can still see. Those gleaming, crimson eyes release heat, causing hot streaks in the atmosphere. When angered, he can shoot out a dragon of red flames, from his maw. His number of tails depend on how angry, or full of power he is.🏮Backstory: (edited) Alda was raised as a stray, as foxes normally are, his mother and father both mythical creatures like him. Him, along with other Kitsunés, are mainly told in Japanese folklore. Many people, including adults, believe in his existence. They treat him nicely, as foxes are considered highly important. In a facility, located in Japan, a madman, driven by power took in sickly, or even healthy strays. Many civilians thought this was a good deed, as he had a daughter, Emma, he also cared for. He got the dogs, and random canines, saying he was helping them. Though, once he had the creatures, they were never seen roaming the streets again. The father enjoyed science, and bionics, so he wanted to create something great. To prove himself. Once Alda was taken in, he met an older Saluki, his name on the cage was: Soldier. When Alda came into the picture, Soldier has already had his front legs mangled, and was taken in for daily testing, along with doses of medications. Soon enough, Alda was checked in, other dogs coming in like there was no end.