Yes, its name is Curiosity. And yes, it's highly curious thing.
Not so big and somewhat simple structured bipedal postcreated creature, which has one yellow eyeball floating inside its so said skull. Two heavy metal orbs are for balance of front body. Named Curiosity, it seems to lack some bones but that doesn't matter since everything somewhat floats in right places.
Curiosity is worth is name, interested about everything and everybody. It can be pushy, but it can also stand still for hours and hours and watch how grass grows. It has one special power - it can cheat eyesight and touch and makes common creatures (and other not-used-to-walking-skeletons) AND even those ones who are skilled to see supernatural things to think that it is just some normal animal thing with blood and flesh and fur. So it can walk everywhere without too much disturbing. The problem is that harmless look is just mere illusion and breaks for example when any part of Curiosity is detached. Curiosity's "invisible bonds" between parts are not too strong, and someone can pretty easily take it's arm off or something. All pieces can fall apart if the creature is hit too hard, but they collect themselves...or somebody can help to build them together again.
It's not sure does Curiosity understand speaking...at least it seems to listen very intensively when somebody talks to it about any subject.
This creature started with these sketches
during one lecture... It is still kinda creepy but kinda lovely.
Liner, aquarels, colour pencils, white ink.