I drew a much-needed redesign for one of the species I developed, the Lepetetra. Their faces aren’t masks, but are completely organic and are their real faces. They do have mouths, but one wouldn’t suspect it unless they opened it. They’re highly intelligent and are capable of speaking the common tongue. The males and females both differ in somewhat minor ways.
Females are smaller than the males, their tail isn’t as fluffy, and they aren’t as saturated in color as the guys are. The females are, however, much quicker and limber due to their smaller size, and they have longer manes of fur on their head and neck. Socially, both the males and females take part in typical everyday activities.