Okay then, let me break down your pathetic attempt for a review.
I centralized the colors of the MOC to certain areas as well as could be done. As I said in the post, I do not have infinite amount of money on my hand to get every pieces in the right color. For example, I cant be asked to get 3 extra black vizorak carapaces for the legs, off of ebay or something.
First of all the left arm starts from the shoulder, where the corkscrew piston is. Secondly, what comes to the legs and chest, these proportions are taken from MY BODY. I have very tall back and relatively short legs. Secondly the way the waist have been built, it gives off the appearance that the legs reach further up than they do.
The reason the transformation is parts former is due to me wanting to keep it simple, and do it the way I wanted it to be done. There was no way to keep the front legs connected to the body, if I wanted to combine them with the back legs to create the demon form legs. Sure I could always run a string of CCBS limbs from the front legs to back and call the separation part "unplugging", but that wouldn't fix the issue. In terms of having to take off the wings and have them be repositioned, I found this to be x20 times faster than coming up some cumbersome transformation mechanic, that would take space and add two ugly blocks on the shoulders.
May not be able to stand on its own, but this is barely the first MOC that has needed a stand for itself. Over all the dragon mode is there just because I was inspired by Dr. Skorpion's transforming MOCs, and wanted one for myself.
Now while you think the good color scheme and posability are something to be valued over size, I disagree whole heartedly. You may like a smooth looking MOC has constant color scheme and can be posed neatly, but in the end of the day, that's all there is. A pretty little figurine for your table.
I value SIZE in mocs, not because its pretty or easy for the eyes, but because it is impressive, imposing, glorious, and takes real effort! Making something this big and complicated takes severe amount of engineering, and trial and error. I chose demon and dragon forms for this MOC, because I wanted it to be a monster. For me it is not about "color", but the three dimensional SHAPE of the MOC!
And what you failed to bring up, are the numerous features my MOC has. Its not meant to be some decoration or an art work. It is a TOY! Something I can have fun with! It shoots missiles, has battery powered functions, lights up, transforms, glows in the dark, and even uses sound effects!
This MOC was not built as a work of art, but as a work of love and enjoyment! I built this, because I ENJOYED building it! Having to restrict its size, or having to worry about consistent color scheme, would have robbed all the joy from building it!
[Edited for excessive vitriol and vulgarity - Slime]