And the clever title award goes to...!
Tomfoolery aside, some explorations of how I represent myself both in art and physical appearance.
The drawing on the far left is how I choose to portray myself in drawn caricature. Like a lil' piece of shit twig, more masculine I suppose in that lil' Chuck has much broader shoulders than he does hips, whoops! Also he has sideburns because, well. Sideburns. I like those. A lot.
The middle drawing is representative to how I physically appear. I don't wear form fitting shirts because I prefer to hide my figure for reasons, but the form fitting attire is drawn here to basically show my natural body figure that you would see if we were to meet in real life. And if I weren't wearing the baggy blue-striped v-neck shirts that I am wearing 24/7. I'm scrawny and knock-kneed and my bones jut out at nearly every possible angle. This is the average every day Chuck as he exists in the real world.
The drawing on the far right is how I would like to appear physically in the future, be it from some hormone therapy or what have you. Flat-chested(though to be honest my breasts are easily hidden by wearing a sports bra underneath my big clothes, thank goodness I have a small bust naturally) with a lil' lick of facial hair(sideburns are my main goal but a little mustache or beard wouldn't be minded) and maybe a deeper voice if I'm lucky. Androgyny is the key, I don't wish to be veered specifically towards looking male or female. This is the Chuck I would like to see in the coming years, luck and money permitting.
This is a pretty brave and bold move for myself to post something like this here, so please be respectful.