Sig Fig for GFW enjoy the story.BTW THIS DOESN"T MEAN I WILL BE BIASED WITH MY JUDGING I WILL STILL JUDGE EACH SIDE FAIRLY!
ALSO HARRY IF YOU WILL LET ME MAKE AN OFFICIAL GFW COMIC SINCE YOU ARE OCCUPIED WITH RISE OF A LEGEND LET ME KNOW
About this creation
The name is Darth Erindor. I am a human from the planet Kuat. I have been discovered as one of the most Powerful Sith since Darth Vader. Now I will fufill my destiny and rule the galaxy.
The Emperor sent us here to stop these Jedi from freeing Mast Ray Teili. He was a warrior in the Clone Wars. Before order 66 he was frozen by a seperatist super weapon. THis weapon unknowingly saved his life at the time keeping im in a coma for 20,000,000 years. The Jedi recently discovered his location and are attempting to free him. His Knowledge must not pass into their hands.(the big block of ice has a minifig in it)
Erindor Fighting two Jedi and killing one with a powerfull blast of the force.
A Nemoniod sith warrior chopping off a Jedi's arm.
Battle between a bull jedi and a Sith Acolyte
In the Trees
Me/ Darth Erindor
I think you have some good concepts here but in my opinion you had some trouble taking them from your head to the legos. For the frozen Jedi, I think there are better methods that would look more realistic. Also consider that for the purpose of clarifying the storyline, you have a Jedi frozen in a jungle. Perhaps you could create some story to rectify that concept. Also, your foliage, especially the tree covering, really needs work. In revision or future builds, you may try to layer foliage, not just lay it down like plating. The key is varied plant life that seems as close as possible to the real life randomness of plants. Furthermore, your rocks need some of the same type of realist work. Additionally, you might also try and declutter your scenes. You have quite a few characters involved and the entire scene is almost deluged in them. Limiting the minifigs can lead to a better view of the details of the build and a better view of the custom characters. I hope this critique helps a bit and I hope that you will apply this critiquing format to your own critiques, which appear to be severely lacking in any thought or useful info.