Two words: coolness incarnate. You did a phenomenal job keeping him somewhat sleek and light, for the size, and the combination of those sleeve-arms and the skeletal legs was very original. However, gray pincers would have been better for his feet.
So you're the amazing "obscurance" on Brickshelf, eh? I'm a huge fan of your MOCs, and I'm really glad to have the chance to express it! This is the best figscale LEGOŽ Grievous on the web! And the cape really adds a touch of realism, too. I made a Grievous, too! It's worth checkin' out ;) Awesome job!
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oh WOW ... that is Awesome ! ... how did you do the shoulders ? - i can't quite make out all the pieces that you used ... oh, and excellent job with the legs (and feet) ... that is really cool how he can grab the lightsabers with 'em ! ... btw, check out my customized General Grievous. :)
Wow! Very nice I like the fact that he is taller than the minifigures, it makes him seem more intimidating. Another thing I liked was the part on his foot you could put a lightsaber on, ingenious! By the way, where did you get tha Ayla Secura minifigure?
WOW!!! THIS IS SO COOL!!! I have those same pieces! I have always told my friends that he was taller than an average person! Great job! It would be an honor if you would comment on some of my stuff!!! P.S. How did you make Ayla!