Lars

MOC:Clone Wars AT-RT

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I usually post my SW MOC:s over at From Bricks to Bothans, but thought it was time to start doing it here as well.

I like building smaller stuff like one man vehicles that provides a lot of challenge in minifig scale.

Here is my little AT-RT walker. What do you think?

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More pics at my Flickr page

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WOW :thumbup:

This is an excellent work. I think one of the best little Walkers ever.

And I really love the way you builded the foots.

Really nice and thanks for sharing!

'Bricks'

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That looks ace Lars!

Nice, well designed model, the details in the faring and legs look spot on, just like the real thing!

You'll have to show off your other work now :wink:

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Very nice! :thumbup: I love the amount of detail on this and the incorporation of Technic pieces! Good job! You should post your MOCs more often over here. :grin:

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B-E-A-utiful! :wub: Great work! I look forward to seeing your other projects. :thumbup:

JD

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Definitely need to show some other stuff. This one is really good. Much more true to the movie than the current Army Builder set.

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:cry_happy: It's beautiful! I'm astounded! it's exactly correct, but more than that! It's like the actual thing converted into Lego!

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Awesome work Lars :thumbup:

The legs are fantastic, hopefully you'll let us copy that design.

Any other MOCs you've posted elsewhere are more than welcome here.

I for one, spend most of my on-line time here and I don't get to look at other sites enough, so I'll probably miss something like this when visiting FBTB, BH or similar sites.

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This is probably the best AT-RT MOC I have seen. The feet look especially good as well as the legs and custom clone. Great work keep it up I can't wait to see more of your work :thumbup: .

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Thanks for the comments and compliments guys. Much appreciated.

I'm really glad to read that you want to see more of my stuff. I allready have a new topic out with a classic original trilogy favourite.

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You made a really good job making this MOC. You brought new and far better versions of vehicules already made by LEGO. Keep on improving this vehicules and showing us your wonderfull MOCs

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Simply superb. I like the TLG colour scheme more to be honest, but this is more true to type. Well done!

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Wow, spectacular. :thumbup: The feet are perfect, and the whole thing looks exactly like the movie's version. I can't wait to see more from you.

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Great job! You were able to mix technic with bricks and produce an amazing result! :thumbup:

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where do you get green arms and legs?

Bricklink is your friend :wink:

I really like this, But abit more green on it somewhere wouldnt hurt, The fig looks great too. :sweet:

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This truly awsome

perfect size and very close to the movie setting

Great Job~~~

:thumbup:

If you don't mind, I would copy one to replace the terrible TLC AT-RT~~(actually copying... :devil::grin: )

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Amazing!

All the technic joints and elements worked into this are fantastic.

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A marvelous and very well detailed work, simply ingenious! :thumbup:

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Just as with your speederbike, I can't imagine a more accurate AT-RT. Well done, and I look forward to your future projects.

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Wow...great AT-RT. And thanks for posting up the break-down pics. Makes it easier for me to build one as well! :thumbup:

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That looks great! The legs are my favorite part! They look much better than anything TLG has ever done :tongue:

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