*sigh* I’ll look but can y’all please just send me actual photos instead of making me hunt down these characters, since you obviously have seen them already so it would be easy for you to save their picture to your computer and send it? (you can delete it immediately after it’s submitted so there’s no excuse)
Design-wise, she’s fine, nothing really extravagant going on with the eyes or anything, and the antennae are weird but acceptable considering some of the other things people do with them.
Unfortunately I can find nothing about her story-wise except apparently she’s a ‘science irken’. Irkens seem to like science so that’s fine by me. It’s a huge field, she can probably fit in there easily somewhere.
Wait I found her bio, hold on.
…okay, apparently she’s bipolar and has ADHD. I REALLY hope the artist did research into these things, but there’s a good chance they didn’t and just tacked them on to try to make their OC pitiful. Same as why she’s underweight and was basically born a small, frail defect.
Irkens are very advanced, there’s a good chance they have awesome medical technology, if she was born in a facility there’s a 99% chance they would have immediately started fixing her up so she could actually be useful to society.
And she goes to a Vort research facility, that’s fine and all, except that’s where she becomes friends with Red, Purple, and Zim. …Zim doesn’t care about friendship, at least not at that age, we know that from his horrible treatment of Skoodge. And Red and Purple care about no one but themselves and donuts, I can’t see them liking a small, pitiful girl. Nothing against her, but that’s just their personalities. They wouldn’t pay attention to her.
So there is some possibility for this character, I just feel like the artist could do way more with her if she cut off the ties to the canon characters and developed her independently, with her achievements in this lab and her interactions with her coworkers, stuff like that.
And also, if the artist insists on keeping the mental disorders, ensure that they have been properly researched so they can be portrayed correctly.