The Toa of ice
Oh? Oh noooo. This moc looks… Off. Perhaps its the big feet and thin unarmored legs or it’s this lack of neck and strange System bit. It has potential to be better you just need to work on it a little
Ohhh ohhh no
IS WHAT YOU SAY WHEN I CAN BUILD
WHAT YOU MAKE IN A MINUTE
boom changed category - Random Peasant
yeah, the moc is straight up weird
alright now you’re not even trying to make something decent…
Dude, calm down. That’s a pretty ironic name. (Incase you don’t get it. Look up the movie the Big Lebowski.)
Anyway, I have to agree with Everyone. This Toa looks weird, The unarmored legs look weird, in my opinion chest pieces don’t look good on it. The feet are a little to big for it as well. Now my only gripe with the arms are at the end on his wrists. I don’t know why, but it dosent look good either.
He probably shouldn’t be as big. I can see the armor working if the limbs weren’t so stretched out.
Is he a Karzahni Toa?
Nope just poorly built
Dude, unless you state that you’re intentionally challenging yourself, speed building is by no means mandatory, and in fact, it’s actually quite counterproductive in most cases. MoCing is an expression of art that requires time, effort, and passion, not a contest of who can post the most custom figures on a particular website, nor a means to feed into one’s own ego. And the criticism that follows is meant to help improve upon your skills, not just to bash them.
We don’t want you to stop building, we simply want you to give yourself a little more time to revise and improve upon your stuff instead of rushing to post something that isn’t finished yet or well thought out design-wise. If, for some reason, though, you’re unable to do that, then the least you can do is try not to get so triggered by the input of a bunch of random people on the internet. We’re all entitled to our own thoughts and opinions, after all.
That roast is thanksgiving level, right there.
That makes sense.
Don’t add salt to the wound
kopaka what have they done to you…