Picasso - Air x Time Oct 14, 2014 4:48:48 GMT
Post by Andromedia on Oct 14, 2014 4:48:48 GMT
Picture is not 100% accurate--read appearance for full details.
Nickname:// Piccolo (a nickname only his brother calls him to tease him)
Appearance:// Picasso resembles his father more than his mother. The most interesting structure of Picasso is the fact that he is bipedal, unlike both his mother and father, who have four limbs plus their wings. It is unsure as to why Picasso and his brother were born this way, but it may be that in the egg their DNA did not structure two separate limbs, but a single one. Therefore, Picasso has three finger on the fold of each wing that can be used to pick up stuff. He can also walk on his wings, or choose to walk on two legs.
Picasso's overall color is pale grey [although the picture appears very white]. His entire body consist of soft fur, unlike many dragons, whom bodies are covered in scales. His wings are much like a heron's, and are made out feathers. The fur on top of his head grow long, and he has tuffs of fluffy fur on his chest as well. They only "not soft" part of Picasso is the band of tough small feathers that circle from the base of his stumpy tail twice. In addition, the fur around Picasso's tail become curlier and thicker. From far away, the mass of fur seems to resemble a cloud.
As for structure-wise, Picasso's face resembles a fox or dog. He has a long snout with a dog-like nose at the end. His teeth are much like a dragon's though. His eyes are a robin's egg blue with streaks of dark blue in it. He has a long, slender neck and a broad chest and shoulders. Due to him being a bipedal dragon, he has large feet to keep him balanced. Each foot as three toes like his mother. His hind legs are thick with muscle, making him have great stamina on the land. The claws on his wings are short and sharp, while the claws on his feet are big and dull. Therefore, the claws on his feet are pretty much useless in battle when it comes to scratching. They are good for adding extra strength to his powerful kicks.
The Entertainer - Picasso is outgoing, first of all. He loves the spotlight. In fact, if he rudely interrupts you to bring the attention back to him, don't take it personally. Once in awhile he will apologize if he realizes what he has done, but generally he is oblivious to his rude action. No matter if the person is shy, outgoing, cranky, etc., he will talk to you. In fact, sometimes he finds the silence awkward.
The Egoistical Perfectionist - Picasso loves his artwork. He takes a lot of pride in every piece that he makes, and often will ask for criticism. However, you better give him some good criticism or else he will obsess over his artwork until you are pleased with it. Picasso has a problem with creating artwork for himself. He creates artwork to please others so they will like him. So if someone doesn't like something, he will change it until they do (while complaining that they have no taste in art at all), but that will often lead to him being displeased himself. It is a constant battle for him.
The Babysitter - Kids are easily pleased and entertained. So no wonder Picasso loves them. He loves to make them laugh and they rarely complain about his artwork at all. They pretty much are impressed by everything he does, as all kids are.
Rider:// No one (open)
Twin Brother:// Ludicro
Powers:// Picasso has the power to draw color from anything aebiotic or biotic. The colors that Picasso can see are much more than others. Some humans/elves are able to see these colors as well. They gave the "condition" a name called Tetrachromacy, meaning that he has four cones in his eyes instead of 3. (Not that he cares about the science behind it.) To others the colors may seem very similar. But to him, they are much more specific. Shadows may look one dark grey color, but he can see all the other colors within it and pick it out. After picking out a color, the feathers/fur on his body become that color. Just the tips though. His whole body won't change a bright orange, but the tips of his feathers/fur will. He can then manipulate clouds into shapes and put these colors into the condensed water vapor (clouds). These clouds are also given animation. They can move, play, fight, jump, run, etc. without Picasso's direct control. His energy is being out into it, but it is very little energy. If anyone besides Picasso touches it, they dissipate.