It's a nice build but overall she seems a little generic. Definetly see the Toa but not much anything else. Not fan of the two gold colors, short arms, the narrow shoulders (because the chest doesn't make it work) and general blandness. The transforming feature is a nice thought but it seems a little out of place. Maybe make a small creature with the same colors?
I too feel that the arms are a bit stubby, but it was the only way I could think of at the time to keep them from becoming too long.
I felt that the MOC should be immediately recognizable as a female, thus the usage of nuvaboobs. I also felt they were necessary because they gave the rest of the body a smooth look due to the rest of the body being made primarily of smooth system parts. In terms of color, I can see where you are coming from, I am also not happy with the two shades of gold, however I did not want to recolor any of the parts. Thank you for the feedback.
I think this one would look more "shadow-toa-ey" if the gold was changed to either silver or gunmetal. Other than that, there are other ways of showing femininity other than nuva bewbs. Just gotta experiment.
She does not have a name. She does not have a cohesive color scheme. She does not have a great deal of femininity. She does not much in the way of arms. I like the build of the thighs. I like the build of the body to.
I do like the concept of this MOC. With some work (The arms and the color scheme are what bug me the most) I think it could be cool.
Not a fan of the chest, since the MOC is quite short it seems disproportionately wide and too high up to look realistic. I'd lower them a stud at the very least just to stop her chin colliding with them. The arms are about a stud too short, too. Elbows should line up with the waist and hands should reach about halfway down the thigh.
Apart from proportions though, this MOC looks pretty cool.