I see what people are saying about this one being too slender or tall or whatnot, but honestly, the first thing that struck me was that Geyser looks very well adapted to water, and the tall slenderness actually would help with that, in my opinion. Like an eel (or most any kind of fish, really), he looks like he's built so that when he moves forward through liquid, most of his mass is in-line with his head and thusly aids his momentum instead of creating drag. I thought the "excessive" tallness was on purpose! Looks really great, I think.
I can understand your gripes. In fact, this MOC has many of the same problems as one of the early iterations of my self-MOC. A torso that is too tall/thin, and awkward shoulders are what stands out to me the most. The difference between the two, is that you have covered the MOC with more detail and greebly things that makes up for the proportions. I'm glad that you are willing to accept that an MOC may not be your best work, and still post it here for all of us lesser beings to awe at. :)
Great MOC. His overall look is really cool. I must admit that his arms so look a bit too short ans the protrusions/horns/blades on The back/above the shoulders are a bit distracting. It would look great, if they were more water-related/aquatic. But its a cool MOC anyway. Great weap and i like his torso, everywhere a lot of cool details.
I like it
Fedora Art Studios
July 1, 2015
Nice work on this guy! He's complete, and not incredibly guppy, not to mention quite sleek looking. I think the only two issues with this guy are these: The arms are too short and should reach down lower (I know from personal experience from some of my newer mocs), but not it the knees. And his head seems a bit too small. I do know a link to instructions for a large head that I think might just fit this guy.
I think this guy looks like he was stretched out a bit... His legs and torso are too skinny/not bulky enough, so he looks somewhat strange. That's really all I have to say, this is a very good moc you have!