You know, I might be wrong, but his multicoloured eyes give me the feeling that he's going through some great internal conflict. Could it be represenative for that? I know eyes always are a pretty big point in defining characters; for instance, my character, Maxwell Knox, an old ghost from Victor's past, has soulless steel-blue eyes, while my other character, Alex, has rich choclate eyes to represent her down-to-earth simplicity and "dudeness".
Yes, you are correct. I actually designed him that way many years ago even before he had a story and he eventually "grew" into his design. In short, he joined a gang when he was a kid but when he leaves it, things get complicated. He eventually finds out who his real friends are and his old and new lives keep clashing.
Ah yes. There is so much expression in his eyes, that I don't know what to think or feel. He somehow looks out of breath and shortly before confessing something to someone. But that's just my personal interpretation. I like the scribbly way in which you did it. Like this he looks roughened up and a bit battered. As if he has gone through some ordeal.
Wow... Excellent piece. Very powerful emotion there. And I /love/ what you did with the water on his fur, that's just excellent. I think that maybe his bangs should be a little heavier and drawn downwards, but perhaps he's just not that wet yet.
Other people are saying he looks annoyed, or angry... I don't actually see that. To me, he just looks ... /intense/. I can see any of the following lines being delivered, here.
"I'm giving you exactly one chance to get out of town."