You asked me to check this out(like a month ago almost) and so now I am. Sorry for the delayed response I don't frequent this site. Well...since you said that the torso is credited to someone else I feel like the most interesting part of this MOC isn't your design. I think the other aspects seem pretty simple, though they get the point across. It looks pretty fiery and pretty Golum-y so I'd say you achieved what you wanted. My advice for producing a better MOC is to know when to use complex designs and when to use simple ones. Here it feels like an interesting torso got some simple limbs slapped onto it. The last nitpick I have is the photos. You've got 7 pictures of him from pretty much a forward angle, no back shot, and one side image. The presentation of a MOC is just as important <i>as</i> the MOC itself. So I suggest you carefully plan out the photos you're going to take. I always do a minimum of 4 with a front back, side, and other side to either show off the asymmetrical build or with the arms raised on a symmetrical build to show the torso better. <b>then</b> I do close ups and action shots. If you ever want more advice just ask. :) I'll get to it...eventually. Lol
Feel awkwardly disproportionate in my opinion, but I like the idea you were going for here. The mask is a nice idea, and the KK armor was a good choice. The body seems quite small for the size of the arms though, and the hammer is a little simple for me. All in all, a good idea with some nice little designs and shows some potential :)
Kind of cool. There are areas that seem a little weird, but I think that's just because of the way the pieces are, not how they were used. I'd try to send this in as a request for a Broken Axels Review the next time they do a livestream, if I were you, get some opinions from some more experienced Bio-Mocists.
Interesting, indeed. I'm not a big fan of how you mixed the Bionicle system and the CCBS. It works fine on the torso, but for the arms, I don't think it's a good idea. The body is interesting, although it's hard to distinguish the different elements. Maybe more photos could help ? Anyways, keep on MOCcing, dude ! :D
Nice work, love that this guy isn't your bog-standard bipedal character, he looks really interesting. The hammer, although basic, does actually work really well, better than one would expect it to. If I had to critique, though, I'd pick out the basicness of the legs. Still, nice job, love the idea