The upper arms are outrageously tiny, and it makes Kongu’s arms look like they belong on an orangutan. The tall, bulky torso makes the arms feel further down than they should be, and the small head seems incredibly out of place.
This figure is best when standing a-posed. Any sort of action pose throws off the look of the figure. Bending the knee at all reveals how clunky the knee is, although I am honestly impressed it can bend to any degree. It’s incredibly stiff.
One thing I will say though, I love the colour blocking. Not adding any silver at Kongu’s feet helps the already present dual-molding, and using the chest piece on the back helps the visual presentation that much more. Also, the weapon is a brilliant upscaling of the original, so very well done there.
I would scrap the arms and start over. The head might not appear so small if the shoulder muscles weren’t as tapered as they are, but higher shoulders will probably help that. And while they are very nice, hands with a slightly smaller design might help as well.