This is a classic example of art which focuses on details and misses the big picture.
The cat’s surface facial features are carefully delineated, but there is no sense of a skull or proper anatomy under there. His head points *this* way and his snout, which is oddly flat, points *that* way. Eyes that large are almost never that close together — it implies weird things about the orbits in his skull. He hasn’t got room on the top of his head for a brain, and his ears are growing straight out of his forehead.
His neck, arms, and especially fingers are all wrong, and the fringelike fur fails to disguise that.
Every stud on the outfit is lovingly painted with highlight and reflection. But … the outfit is flat. It’s like a paper doll.
The underlying anatomy has to be there or the figure will not hold together.
About that weird dot in the title “DARK . PARADISE”…
In the 1980s, Capcom released the Western-themed videogame “Gunsmoke”. But in order to avoid lawsuits and copyright hassles from the owner of the TV show “Gunsmoke”, Capcom re-titled the game
“GUN . SMOKE”.
Sneaky and kinda dumb, but it worked. So there’s probably some other work titled “DARK PARADISE”, and the “dot” is used for copyright reasons.