There are only a few things that really irk me, I guess Ahk shares those feelings.
The entire piece was really difficult for me to lay out even though it's just a character shot and no background (I couldn't decide, so it's left empty). The anatomy for a taschevah isn't easy, ever, especially the pocketed wings, and it often takes me days to really figure out how each part plays against the others. To me, there are still mistakes, but that's all part of educating myself on how to fix them later and I pride myself on the effort I take to make them plausible to some degree.
I just want to say this. It's taken years to come to this point for me, it's taken years to play with their design, to make sure it all "fits" cohesively, that it works with the species. That it works for ME. Designing these guys takes a lot of effort, it takes a lot of studying, it takes a lot of re-doing, it takes a lot of my time and it takes a lot of my energy. It frustrates me when I've spent so much time on my designs when I have to deal with my fibromyalgia and frustrates me even more when I can't work on them at all. I work exceedingly hard to make taschevah what they are, they aren't simple creatures, they are meant to stand alone as their own, to stand out from the crowd, and to have something special about them.