Anatomy is so very complex sometimes. I am having some bother with it but I’ll get there eventually.
I have noticed that the creatures seem to have a liking for toxic supplements. The buzz of their body reacting to the poisons seem to give them a positive feeling. The subject I have been studying seems to be a strong example of said fact.
While I am reluctant to include such substances in the creation it would seem wrong to deny them said pleasures.
I plan to search for that creature again so I may finish my study of it. The lack of completion irritates me… to have true creation I must finish what I start.
An unfinished sketch of the creature that took interest, they apparently didn’t want to stand around long enough for me to finish it though. Despite my representation of them I have noticed something. They perceive themselves in a very unusual way and I’m not quite attuned to their understanding of it.
A few of these creatures seem obsessed with their appearance? I assume this means during their passage to the creation I must allow them to stay as they are. While I find it odd they wouldn’t wish to transcend I understand they must become attached to their bodies.
Perhaps I should study their anatomy so I have a greater understanding of them.
Another thing I am starting to notice is that they seem to be walking down some strangely linear path which they are drawn too. Perhaps my understanding is incorrect but I find this most peculiar? Do they perhaps believe there is an ultimate goal in their existence?
While I find this hard to believe in the idea that there is truly an -endgame- anomalies are common in the pre and post creation. I would think even I are one of those anomalies.
With this they seem to wish to constantly move forward and better themselves. Should my creation have goals set for them or are they masters of their own destiny? In any case the ability for them to become stronger and wiser seems a must. It appears contact is the only way I will find out for sure.
From what I understand the creatures are mostly social creatures. To focus on social aspects in which they may be and work together would be very beneficial to me as I aim to create a comfortable and enjoyable experience within the creation.
While having the power to create never would I of thought creatures could prove to be so complex. I do believe, however, that their thought process goes much deeper and I am barely scratching the surface.
As when creatures are often taken out of their natural habitat they often feel uncomfortable. I must remember this during creation. To combat the chance of discomfort or fear of change I should aim to give the creation a “homey” feel, bringing aspects of their world into it. One very important aspect is perhaps how they view their world and what it appears to look like through their eyes.