I don’t know what I was thinking here.
now to write a 100 page backstory.
Stare to the abyss with me.
The amount of eyes is overkill but doesn’t kill the moc appearance.
The eyes help distract the simple design.
someone can also give him a proper name btw.
@Square I kinda saw it as peacock feathers.
Ojitos, angel of death
also I have commented on both mocs and I didn’t give my opinion, which might have been a little bit rude or something, it looks pretty cool and funny
Woah, so many eyes to see you with
Looks like Sauron has some competition…
Anywho, love the unique look of this guy.
RIP tryptophobia sufferers.
The moc itself is pretty alright- colorscheme’s kinda interesting and the techniques are about on par with those of an official set.
That concept though, wow. Honestly very creepy, and I love it.
tfw you understand the name
Quite fitting wouldn’t you agree?
Looks quite amazing, colorscheme is very good.
Plural would be proud.
Leaked photos of @Plural’s firstborn?
With the eyes on the hands, I thought for a minute that it was meant to be kind of like the monster from Pan’s Labyrinth… Good-looking MOC, though; the simple construction helps not to take away from the real highlights: the head, hands, and that unholy crossing of a peacock and Argus Panoptes on its back.
It sees everything, doesn’t it?
I see the death but not the angel, it is the demon of eyes
angel of death, from hellboy
I think this is a simple, but effective use of parts, and the colors are okay, but what I really enjoy is the abstractness of this MOC. I like how wild and bizarre this looks, and how you took familiar things like a bird and turned them into this 100-eyed creep. I especially enjoy that head.
This is an EYEsore (that was a pun)!
They’re so… They’re so beautiful…
What a freakin’ looky-loo. What did just say
I like the part with the eyes