After waiting on feedback ill go ahead and make changes to my designs, by redoing them altogether. Although I did want to clear up a couple things about the first form. Namely that I took it in a more biological and organic direction than Auromoth. Being larval, I wanted it to seem young and alive, as opposed to the more mature and hollowed Auromoth. This explains why it has fangs and such, so it can feed and grow into its next stages. I will admit the eyes looked wonky though.
As for the general body shape, no it isn't curved upwards like that, I just drew it in a rearing pose, like some caterpillars do. The appendages in the fur are forearms, though not expressed enough.
I'll take a different direction with the redesigns and maybe instead of referring to it in an organic sense, I'll try a spiritual one to reference the celestial nature of aurumoth.