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Arix Ordragc - Infographic by characterconsultancy Arix Ordragc - Infographic by characterconsultancy
Commission for ArixO

This is a psychological reference sheet of Arix Ordragc.

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I make psychological reference sheets (which I also call Infographics) and videos on a commission basis. If you're intested in having one, here's my price list.


- Character is copyrighted to ArixO.
- Artwork is copyrighted to RedDragon, SatynaPaper SleepyPhoenix and Gorezing and used with their kind permission
- Wording by The Character Consultancy

Based on theory by:
Erikson, E., (1951) 'Childhood and Society', W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. chapter 7.


Ferroth Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2019  Professional Digital Artist
Again, well done psychological reference of these characters. I like really enjoy this dragon, and it's fun hearing the creator's take on how they live and grow too. And many fantastic visuals from various artists!

You know, I imagine it gets very interesting for you examining the psychology of character who is non-human and grows and learns and thinks differently than we do, even if just a little bit.
characterconsultancy Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2019  Professional Filmographer
Thanks for the kind comments!

Yes, it gets very interesting! In fact, someone recently asked me how I deal with non-human minds. The truth is, non-human minds are generally speculative, but figuring out the implications of their different psychologies is great fun! There's quite a few of them when I look through my back-catalogue, actually:

Mapleshade - a natural predator who grew up and had a much shorter lifespan than a human, since she's a cat
Brekna - an alien of a telepathic species. Could read their parents and siblings' minds, and they could read Brekna's too
Pat'Oni Bessiil - a god from a pantheon, who was never born, just came into being one day as a fully-grown adult

Ferroth Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2019  Professional Digital Artist
No problem. :)

I'm sure they were a field day as far as speculative psychological fun!
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Submitted on
January 10
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