She'd drawn kindness in her hazel eyes, something that didn't usually rest there. Her face was too softly sculpted, when in reality her bones were longer and more angular, as well as a bit more slender, so she looked younger in the portrait than she actually seemed to be. She'd drawn her lips resting in a soft, quiet smile that was hardly like the teasing smirk she sometimes wore. Koko sighed as she blew out the candle she'd been drawing near. The sweet vanilla scent had helped her relax and not tense when and if anyone came near.
She normally hated talking to people. So she'd gone up to socialize and be less socially awkward, but she'd only ended up drawing. And her drawing wasn't horrible. It was okay. She just thought the tone of it was entirely inaccurate.
She wasn't waiting for someone, but she just thought someone might try to talk to her, so she fixed one of her earrings and pulled her small necklace out of her shirt, so that it rested right next to the Slytherin crest on her robes. It had a golden chain, but a glass Augury-shaped phial was attached, and it had fire swirling inside of it. It didn't hurt her, to most people's surprise. She sat, looking out the window, trying to look as friendly as possible. She also hoped nobody would yell at her, but with her nature, someone likely would. Only time would tell.