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#1 Online Smooth Jazz

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Posted Jun 18 2013 - 10:20 PM

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Posted Jun 18 2013 - 11:00 PM

A lot better than V1, and that is saying something. The addition of azure looks great. My main qualm is the midesection, which is a bit too skinny, but otherwise great! :lol:


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Posted Jun 18 2013 - 11:16 PM

A lot better than V1, and that is saying something. The addition of azure looks great. My main qualm is the midesection, which is a bit too skinny, but otherwise great! :lol:

 

Thanks, Chro. The midsection is too skinny - that's the problem with making the socket face forward. It gives better posability, though. Thanks for the feedback!


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Posted Jun 19 2013 - 12:46 AM

I like this one. Since Toa of Light can change their colors, he looks like a Sound Toa. Cool, plus I do see the back upper arm plate.


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Posted Jun 19 2013 - 08:24 AM

As Chro mentioned, the torso is a bit thin, but that's really the only major thing that could be improved. Overall, it looks very well-built; the legs, in particular, look really good, though the feet look a bit small. The color scheme as a whole is well-balanced, though the occasional dark gray piece throws it off a bit. The custom head looks good, and the little laser things on his arms are cool.

 

Good job.


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Posted Jun 19 2013 - 04:27 PM

I like this one. Since Toa of Light can change their colors, he looks like a Sound Toa. Cool, plus I do see the back upper arm plate.

Thanks! The arm plate is missing on his left.

 

As Chro mentioned, the torso is a bit thin, but that's really the only major thing that could be improved. Overall, it looks very well-built; the legs, in particular, look really good, though the feet look a bit small. The color scheme as a whole is well-balanced, though the occasional dark gray piece throws it off a bit. The custom head looks good, and the little laser things on his arms are cool.

 

Good job.

Thanks! The feet may be a bit small - I was originally going to use a semi-custom design with additions under the Metru foot, but I didn't have enough gray technic. The dark gray can also be attributed to lack of parts.

 

Thanks for the feedback, everyone!


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