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- Jun 5, 2013
Unless there is anything about either the design itself or the reference book profile suggesting a deeper layer of anatomy I would argue that the safest assumption would be that there is nothing whatsoever under it, like Wizarmon's zippers just opening up into nothing, which has been explained as Digimon only being textured on the outside. So I would apply that definition to most designs that do not feature visible layers (such as Digimon that do show a mouth and skin receding under a helmet).There's probably flesh under it with machinery or wires , like Andromon who has similar tubes and proportion to Omegamon and everything that came after that was similar. He was the prototype for all cyborgs afterall, so it'd make sense for Omegamon to be similar too. Concept art for Omegamon looked even more similar to Andromon.
Andromon himself is a rather special case because, even among cyborg Digimon the thematic of a fusion between the organic and the robotic was strong in his design, so extending an particularity of his specific design to Digimon that don't even seem to strongly share the same thematic isn't really a leap of logic I can follow. A case could be made for HiAndromon since it's literally another take on the concept but bringing in Omegamon who has never even been specifically identified as a Cyborg goes a bit far. Omegamon is a knight after all putting the emphasis of the concept and design on the armor itself as opposed to any technological or biological parts. The tubes could just be there to keep his body from going all Rayman.