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This is an interesting model. I originally built it to experiment with the basis of the torso region. Most wheels have six holes in them perfectly adjusted for three parts that attach by two pegs. I remembered that a specific Technic/Bionicle piece would allow me to make a triskelion of sorts, so I did. It gives a very nice result.
After that I had to figure out what to do with the triskellion, so I naturally used it as the shoulders of a mech (originally the hips). After I built the arms (heavily inspired by the robots of Kazuya Tsurumaki's FLCL (Furi Kuri: フリクリ), whose robots I have always inspired for their broad, flat, expressive hands) and the characters of Corey Lewis (for the same reasons)), I figured out that I couldn't add a proper head and cockpit without the mech looking stupid. so I made it look stupid. I mimicked the cartoony look of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker by adding tiny, stubby legs, a "basket on a spring" cockpit, and a big, expressive face right in the centre of the whole thing. It's the ugliest, stupidest mech I've ever built and I love it.
It's also probably the most expressive -if difficult to balance- model I've built in a long time.
Your design of the hands is one of my favorite features, and the large size of the forearms lends this MOC a gorilla-like look, which works really well.
The color scheme work surprisingly well, too. I don't know what to say about the minifig's position, though. I neither like it nor dislike it.