Star Wars AT-AT

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Dented Rick, Sep 28, 2011.

  1. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

    Unfortunatly I don't have any build pics of the AT-AT, but here is the finished result. Enjoy :)

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    Here it is next to a 1/64th scale Hotwheel

  2. Rhaven Blaack

    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator

    You have done a FANTASTIC job on it.
    It looks very clean.
    It does not look like paper at all.
    Keep up the GREAT WORK!!!
  3. MTK

    MTK Active Member

    Awesome, is that a 1/25th scale model, or a HotWheels?
  4. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    That is awesome, if you have a crappy car around, smash it with a hammer and put it under one of the feet! Very Cool! Could you post where you got that from! My son is going to beg me to death! :)
  5. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

    Thanks, its got some rough edges that you can see up close, but im getting better :)

    Thank you, The Hotwheels is 1/64th scale, no clue what scale the AT-AT is though

    Thanks, I may be wrong, but i think its the same site with the Lens Head Mecha. your smashed car idea is awesome, though I just may make a paper one and smash that ;)
  6. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Yes, PaulHBell sent me the link, Thanks Paul!!
  7. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

    Awesome! Its pretty easy to build, very self explanatory :)
  8. blaar

    blaar Member

    Great model, I was going to work on my AT-AT too, but will put it off for later since I have so many other to work with.

    And great built too. Love it.
  9. ThunderChild

    ThunderChild Active Member

    Nice build. Thanks for showing us!
  10. loenf

    loenf Member

    Why don´t you build a small snowspeeder like this one:

    That would look awesome:thumb:

    regards Loenf
  11. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

  12. Sigma0283

    Sigma0283 New Member

    Very Nice.
  13. ajmadison

    ajmadison Member

    Looks good. This was one of the first card models I ever finished. Not to say that I'm particularly good at building them, hardly. Nor do I want to suggest this isn't a great model, rather its a tribute to the good design and instructions that go along with it. This model goes together nicely without an excessive mental effort pushed onto the builder to figure out how to get the subassemblies to build up and to come together in a good looking final product.

    One of the paper models I actually paid for, required several tries on my part, to determine the critical components that needed to be glued first, and the remaining flaps to be attached afterward. This model has none of those foibles.
  14. jmc1765

    jmc1765 New Member

    Great work

    I have this one on my list.
    Your's looks fantastic!!!
  15. thyrrus

    thyrrus Member

    Nice one ! correct me if i'm wrong but you didn't used the articulated legs no ? i'll put some pics of the one i've build with the articulated legs tell me what you think of it ^^
  16. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

    at the time I built this, I didn't have the skill set to do the articulated legs. If I ever build it again, I now feel confident enough to do the articulated legs. :)

    Pictures? Yes please :)
  17. thyrrus

    thyrrus Member

    I'll post some tonight coz I gave the Model to a friend, and coincidentaly I'm going at her home this evenning ^^
  18. thyrrus

    thyrrus Member

    So as promised here are some pics of mine with articulated legs.






    As you can see i've put th ecanons on the head in angle to give it some more momentum ^^
  19. smchristopher

    smchristopher 87.3% nerd

    Looks really good. A few months ago, when I got back into the hobby, that was the first model I built. For me it was a good beginner model. Yours looks expertly done, Bud. Keep up the good work.

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