Below is the picture I drew – "Kaiju Versus Mecha".
The kaiju (technically a daikaiju like Godzilla and Mothra) is called Churra an Americanization of Chuura, from chuu, Japanese for a mouse's squeak, and -ra, a common suffix for kaiju names – ie. "Squeak-zilla". Churra is an amalgam mostly of various rodents. Her head is a mouse's, her feet are those of a rat, her tail and fur color are from a field mouse, and the quills are from a porcupine. Although her build is that of a wolverine (as it looks stocky enough to work for a giant creature), it and her teeth are based off those of the janiset, a fictional predator rat from fifty million years in the future in Dougal Dixon's book, After Man. The plates on her nose are from an armadillo (not a rodent) and were added just to make her look weirder. Lastly, she's gripping the car checker with her index finger as her thumbs are those little nubs near her wrists (sort of like those of real rodents).
The mecha is Katmotron. His design was inspired by none other than Mobile Suit Gundam, the most iconic Japanese robots out there. He wears the Furcadia pawprint in a similar fashion as the Generation 1 Transformers wore their insignias.
As to why a rodent kaiju and a feline mech in the first place? Simple. They're playing a cat-and-mouse game.
Last edited by CyberCorn Entropic on Sat Dec 19, 2009 12:10 am; edited 1 time in total