Last but not least, all of the toys saying, "GOODBYE!"
NOTES: You all probably know where I was going with the lead poisoning and the Chinese toy factory. For those of you who don't know, I'll tell you. A couple of years ago in the United States, there were many toys that were recalled because the paint used on them had lead, which is highly dangerous if eaten. These toys were made in China, since many U.S. companies are moving their factories over seas for cheaper labor. It's said that the conditions in these factories aren't very good, so I based my entry around that.
P.S. You can also find the design for the mini dinosaurs here .
Hi Evan! I'm really impressed with the amount of thought and detail you put into this and am surprised you didn't get higher scores. My only suggestion would be that the colour scheme on the factory is a bit scattered (like you've mixed old grey with blue grey). I'd have to do the same, I simply don't have the bricks to stick to one colour for a build this size. Sometimes a smaller MOC that looks neater will score more. Of course, the highest scores will go to really big MOCs that also look amazing! Good luck in R2!
Hmm... I do like this overall. The idea of the connection between a chinese toy factory and small children (literally) eating lead is a very creative interpretation of your category, but I think it could have been slightly more subtle. Still, overall this is a good entry, and I hope you make it into the next round.