The concept art will be moved into my scrapbook as soon as I have some polished pieces with them.
"Animaltronics" is Pizzaland's trademarked name for their animatronic figures, similar to Disney's "Audio-Animatronics" (AA for short) or Pizza Time Theaters "Cyberamics."
Both the fur, clothes, and accessories are all referred to "cosmetics." The inside skeleton is the "frame."
Their feet are particularly large so that they can balance better when they start walking. This is added during the refurbishment.
Their eyes are a bit sunken in the face for the sake of movement, though it gives them a bit of a dead look. Old Pizza Time Theater animatronics were similar, but the gap was less noticable.
Originally, they are all pneumatically powered and have very few movable parts (eyes, ears, neck, arms, tail at base, mouth.) After the refurbishment, the pneumatics are replaced with fictitious "cyberservos" and their movement is far more fluid, plus there is no hose line to power them and they can move around like cybersabers. Not to mention they have hundreds of movements like an actual person.
The stage layout: There are two circular platforms on either side. Stage right has a retractable curtain, and that's where Rocky is. When the curtain closes, an employee in a Rocky costume comes out and the animatronics track him with their heads as they perform (and the actor pantomimes to Rocky's pre-recorded lines.) Rita is on the other platform. While there is a red curtain behind her, there isn't one that goes in front of her. On the main stage, Yaz is in the middle, Domino is next to Rocky, and Chloe is next to Rita.
Listening to: Love Like You
Watching: Steven Universe
Playing: King's Quest
Eating: Pop Tarts S'Mores