We never shoe our horses just trim them since they rarely get ridden. I had a new guy out yesterday and I think the shoes look sloppy what do you all think?
Your perception is correct.
This is not the work of a professional farrier and would not be acceptable even at a beginning apprentice level.
Very poor fit, cowboy dubbed wall, no evidence he tried to box or safe the shoes. No solar view but it's an easy bet he didn't provide sole relief; at least not in the shoe.
Improper nailing. He drove nails like a carpenter would in a piece of lumber. There's no pitch alignment with the wall; hence the "nice" straight, albeit low, nail line. Used too many nails.
Improper clinching, no dressing. That poses a safety risk to you and the horse. If he interferes there's going to be some bleeding.
Between the poor fit and nail work, this horse is at high risk of significant wall damage should he pull a shoe.
No obvious attempt to finish the foot at all.
Sorry, there's nothing about this work that I would find acceptable.