This is also the home to his future character page. c:
Squirrel (nicknamed Rell for coolness)
Squirrel has basically no concept of fear and danger. He'll do basically anything that anyone dares him to do; whether it's to show off and have fun. He loves the thrill and adrenaline rush that he gets from doing risky and exhilarating things. He doesn't even mind being alone when he's having this kind of fun, even though he usually almost always wants to be with friends. He can be a little impulsive and sometimes ridiculous with his safety on this kind of thing.
Squirrel loves making as many friends as he possibly can. He'll gain new interests and try out new things with no hesitation, if he thinks that it will help his friends like him more. There's nothing he hates more than being alone. Complete loneliness is his worst fear in life. He always approaches everyone with a smile on his face.
Squirrel is filled with a huge pool of continuous positive energy. He brings this out in a bunch of different ways. He talks a little faster than the average Jellybean dragon, and can run and be active in general for hours on end. He's also not exactly modest; you'll never hearing criticizing himself unless he's done something that was absolutely terrible, and even then, he'll do it reluctantly. His energy is also carried out through his happiness; it's rare to see him sad or angry, let alone scared.
When Squirrel's not doing something incredibly risky, he's trying to do or watching something funny. He loves derpy things in general, and can always be counted on as a friend to goof off with. He tries to laugh a lot every day, and have all kinds of fun in general. It's pretty hard to catch him actually being serious, and he has trouble concentrating on stuff when he has to.
Trying to operate things meant for humans
Roller coasters :3
Caffeine (not that he needs it)
The 'B)' emoticon
Rainbow sunglasses (don't ask)
Staying at home
Slow strolls through nature
Long books with no pictures
Dolls (they're basically his worst fear)
Organic expensive food
Deep thinking (it addles his mind)
Really young children (unless they were his own)
Squirrel was born to a small family of wild Jellybean dragons, near a road stop in Arizona, in practically the middle of nowhere. As a baby, Squirrel would scavenge food from the trash cans outside the road stop with his family. He continued living like this until he was about three years old. Just when he was starting to learn to explore the world on his own, a huge black bus pulled into the road stop.
A movie crew had stopped to rest at the area, when one of the filmers came across Squirrel, who happened to be wandering around the area without his parents. Thinking that the small Jellybean dragon was an orphan, they picked him up, taking him to his new life on the road. The filmer who had originally picked him up took care of him at first, while the others scorned him for caring for something so cute and fluffy. However, they all eventually grew fond of the dragon (whom they nicknamed Squirrel due to his brown fur color)- including the movie actor that the crew was working for.
The star was an actor solely in action movies, and started taking the Jellybean dragon out to the sets as his 'good luck charm'. While Squirrel never actually was in the said movies, he got to watch them take place before his eyes, which was what inspired him to try out more risky things when he was older- seeing people do such things without fear, he wanted to be like them.
As he grew up, he met a lot of friends on the road. His 'keepers' were a bit lax on what he could and couldn't do, and he would sometimes spend days away socializing with the local Jellybean dragons. Because he traveled so much, he had to learn how to make friends very quickly, which was something he was good at. Squirrel is a very naturally social Jellybean dragon, which he didn't find out until he was away from his family.
Squirrel continued to live with the crew for almost fifteen years, until the actor was too old to do any of the stunts that he had done when he was younger. Settling down to work on more 'boring' movies, the actor also realized that the crew couldn't easily take Squirrel with them anymore. Despite the fact that he had only grown to be the size of a great dane (the smallest size a fully-grown one can be), it was cumbersome to take him everywhere; plus, by this time he was eating a ton. The film crew reluctantly relinquished Squirrel to the actor's family, who lived in a house in the suburbs of New York.
While it certainly was a step below his previous life, the family took good care of him, and for the first time he was truly adored, by the 6-year old twin girls who were the actor's daughters. There were tons of Jellybean dragons in the neighborhood, who he could make real friends out of that he could know for more than a few months. Also, his new owners were even more lax about what Squirrel did, as they knew that he'd come back eventually whenever he went out. He continued to live in the city up until now, sometimes going on small adventures with the film crew from time to time.
Jinx is a messenger dragon, owned by me. Squirrel met him when Jinx snapped one of his leg bones while trying to cross a river near to his home. Squirrel's 'family' and him took care of Jinx who reluctantly rested in their garden shed for almost a year. :B Squirrel thinks of Jinx as a bit of a brother, and while he tends to annoy Jinx to no end, they have a very deep friendship with each other; more than Squirrel's usual 'insta-friend' motto on the world.
If you were to shave Squirrel, you would find that his skin is the bright green color found on his fur. x3
He has a tuft of fluff on his head that's a bit poofier than most JBDs.
He's pretty small for a full-grown JBD, sizing up to a Great Dane at maximum.
He wouldn't admit it, but he's terrified of most dolls/voodoo stuff.
He owns a broken hang glider that he's currently trying to repair.
His favorite color is a burgundy red.
His sexual orientation is straight.
Squirrel has a fez now. Google it if you don't know what it is. B) He's actually had it for about a month, but I do so little digital work of him that I keep forgetting to mention that he has it.
He bought for a dollar at a tiny non-profit thrift shop at the edge of town because he thought it looked cool, and wears it basically all the time now. Your argument is invalid.
Art (excluding color-ins)