Here are the first bit of scores! Hopefully the rest will be done by the end of today.
Subject: 4/5 a rather difficult Pokemon to build by any standards. I have personal experience going between "This is great!" to "This looks like a pile of lawn clippings" when building mine.
Resemblance: 7/10 It's about as close as you can get on this scale, but the colors are a bit off and the bulb is slightly far forward in my opinion.
Flow: 9/10 Much less gappy than my model, and it has that organic feel.
Creativity: 4/5 While you used a few pre-existing methods, your minifig hand and rubber band connection was very clever.
Presentation: 4/5 Good pictures, but the lack of a back view, while not entirely necessary for judging the Pokemon as a whole, cost you a perfect score.
Subject: 4/5 Another difficult build, with more detail than Bulbasaur but at a bigger scale.
Resemblance: 7/10 Again, the colors couldn't really be helped, and this is close to as good as Lego allows an Ivysaur to be built, but I looked online, and at a miniature that I own, and Ivysaur doesn't have a tail in either.
Flow: 7/10 A little bit jagged in some parts, and the head design is a little confusing.
Creativity: 5/5 This is for sure your own design, and lots of interesting techniques are used.
Presentation: 5/5 All the angles I needed were presented in clear, clean pictures.
Subject: 3/5 At this scale, it is pretty easy to put the necessary detail on Venusaur, but it's still no easy task.
Resemblance: 8/10 Well done! The feet look good, as does the flower.
Flow: 7/10 Some good, organic parts are present, but the head is a little on the messy side, as are how you connected the feet.
Creativity: 4/5 I like the studs-sideways parts, and the flower detail is good too (although it looks like it would fall of :P)
Presentation: 5/5 All necessary angles and good photography.
Subject: 3/5 Lots of details going on, but he is a rather large Pokemon and parts in his colors are pretty common.
Resemblance: 9/10 Brilliant details, with a few inaccuracies such as the cheese slopes on the head. This is probably my favorite design out of all the entries.
Flow: 8/10 The back is a bit messy, what with the lightsaber blade and the hand and the clips, but overall a very organic build.
Creativity: 5/5 Awesome use of that sausage piece!
Presentation: 4/5 some side angles are missing, but the pictures are good.
Subject: 3/5 Not a ton of detail on a Ponyta, but they are small and somewhat tricky.
Resemblance: 6/10 Not your best work here, but it still is recognizeable.
Flow: 6/10 That rubber band connection is rather messy. It gets the job done, but with some aesthetic hinderance.
Creativity: 5/5 Interesting way to connect the fire and the legs!
Presentation: 3/5 Just one pic?
Subject: 4/5 A difficult Pokemon to build, Krabby has some intricate detail at a small scale.
Resemblance: 6/10 Recognizeable, but missing claws, the little head detail, etc.
Flow: 7/10 Cleaner than your Ponyta, but not entirely organic looking.
Creativity: 4/5 Good work on the connections, the arms were well-positioned.
Presentation: 2/5 Again, only one picture. This time though, it really hindered my understanding of how you did the back connection.
Hmmm, I wonder who made it. Let me guess, Cody, did you make it? I saw the MOC so you can't deny it. Its the way Senor Smileyface my alter ego corners his victims. And the way I win pokemon battles. Permalink
Quoting Sir Killsalot Stick Knight of the Stick Table
Hmmm, I wonder who made it. Let me guess, Cody, did you make it? I saw the MOC so you can't deny it. Its the way Senor Smileyface my alter ego corners his victims. And the way I win pokemon battles.