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I have to agree with Stormjay Rider, this MOC is clean and pristine. It's a very nice scene, it looks like it would be fun to play with.
Good additions would be a roof on the main room and a cool brick-built door in the entryway.
Overall, well done! Permalink
*Maybe* you could use a lighter piece in the center of the shirt, but that's absolutely the only thing I can critique. The big accomplishment is that your profile picture is impossible to recognize as Lego! Permalink
Quoting Thomas of Tortuga
*Maybe* you could use a lighter piece in the center of the shirt, but that's absolutely the only thing I can critique. The big accomplishment is that your profile picture is impossible to recognize as Lego!
Ah, that makes sense now that I take time to look at it. Thanks! Permalink
Greebles/detailing are the only things I can think of. The floor of the lab could have some grill bricks or something. And when the lab explodes, perhaps there could be some tubing/wires/mechanical stuff exposed or sticking out.
Well, for starters, red isn't a color of a toa of earth, grey is a better choice.
Piece use and detailing is pretty good, though a bit excessive (actually very excessive detailing...)
Gaps in his upper limbs are a bit distracting.
Face is really good.
Overall shaping is quite nice. Permalink
Wow! The parts usage is very good, but that does not look like the original set, except for the setting, so if you wated to make a cool MOC, you did it. If you tried to make it look like the set, I would have made more of a building. Nice MOC. Permalink
Hmmm . . . The only thing I'd say is that the foliage is to repetitive and un life-like. The bamboo pieces stacked on top of each other look a little abnormal, so I think maybe being more creative there would've made a difference, but that's just my opinion. Permalink