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Moc: AT-RT

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So for my 1000th post I wanted to something good. So I started on a revision of my AT-RT. I've post the three other versions here, here, and here. I wanted to make 1000nd posts yesterday as it was my Birthday but I didn't quite get there. More pictures in my Brickshelf folder. As always criticism is quite welcome. :classic:

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Over view.

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Front.

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Shot of the backrest.

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Front part. Credit to Brickdoctor for the general idea.

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It is properly scaled to The Clone Wars version.

Bonus Shot:

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"Grievous Attack!"

Sneak Preview:

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Mace Windu and this will star in my next Moc.

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Congratulations on becoming a Count default_thumbup.gif .

You've used some interesting techniques, that I might have to use sometime default_tong.gif

Great work Masked Builder.

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Fantastic AT-RT, Masked! :thumbup:

Very accurate in size, shape, stance... super!

Congratulations on becoming a Count and happy birthday! Hope you had a great day! :sweet:

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Spectacular

Hint: Customise the clone Red to make it a red clone on a red AT-RT :thumbup:

Edited by commanderneyo

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Epic, very clone wars-ie (if thats a word). How well does it stand up? Well done on becoming a count and hope you got lots of lego for your birthday :tongue:.

Thanks, CB

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AWESOME little creation you have there COUNT 'Masked Builder', intersting way of using droid torso's as feet. :grin:

Great work and may the brick be with you ! :yoda:

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That's a pretty good alternative approach on building the AT-RT Masked Builder, nice little techniques you did there for the legs and the tridactyl feet. Though I think it's a little bit small than what it should be. Still, good job on this one and congrats on being a Count! :thumbup:

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Great moc. The top is awesome work although I think the legs could use a tad more work. You have inspired me to start moding my old one.

Hope you had an awesome birthday, and congrats on becoming a count.

Great job :thumbup:

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A very nice MOC Masked Builder!

I like the techniques you have used, and the colour scheme is cool.

Very good job on getting the scale correct! :thumbup:

Congrats on becoming a Count!

CF

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This one seems very familiar... :tongue:

Nice job on the front part; I'm not the hugest fan of the CW style, but since it's based on my design. :laugh: I do agree that the legs are a bit too small, I'd like to see them get bigger and add full articulation.

Keep tinkering with it; you've almost caught up to me in version numbers! Try out the slightly larger Ep.3 version, see what you can do with that. Just be prepared to need some small sand green pieces.

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Very nice Masked! I really like it, it looks very realistic. Happy Birthday and congrats on Count! :sweet:

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Thanks every one! It's good to know you like it.

Spectacular

Hint: Customise the clone Red to make it a red clone on a red AT-RT :thumbup:

I've got a custom Commander Stone I could put on it. I'll have a picture of it soon. :classic:

Epic, very clone wars-ie (if thats a word). How well does it stand up? Well done on becoming a count and hope you got lots of lego for your birthday :tongue:.

Thanks, CB

It stands up fairly well. It takes a bit of balancing though.

This one seems very familiar... :tongue:

Nice job on the front part; I'm not the hugest fan of the CW style, but since it's based on my design. :laugh: I do agree that the legs are a bit too small, I'd like to see them get bigger and add full articulation.

Keep tinkering with it; you've almost caught up to me in version numbers! Try out the slightly larger Ep.3 version, see what you can do with that. Just be prepared to need some small sand green pieces.

Maybe....But like I said it's the right scale. I'll see what I can do. :classic:

Yeah I notice that when I posted it. :laugh: I think I will.

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My 1st thought: Holy crap that's tiny

My 2nd thought: Holy crap that's detailed

My 3rd thought: Holy crap that's awesome

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Maybe....But like I said it's the right scale. I'll see what I can do. :classic:

Yeah I notice that when I posted it. :laugh: I think I will.

I'd suggest reducing the size of the front armor then. I suppose your next MOC will be the Ryloth trilogy, then?

Edited by Brickdoctor

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Very nice AT-RT you've made there! :thumbup:

The feet look familair, though. Something I've seen earlier...

Also, congratulations on becoming a count. :classic:

~ General Magma

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This is epic Masked Builder!

Do you mind if I steal your excellent feet technique? :grin::wink:

In fact you should really post either basic instructions or what the different parts look like. :thumbup:

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This is epic Masked Builder!

Do you mind if I steal your excellent feet technique? :grin::wink:

In fact you should really post either basic instructions or what the different parts look like. :thumbup:

Thanks.

Go right ahead. Could you get me a link to what you're going to build when it's done? Also if you could give me credit for these that would be nice. :classic:

I may do a breakdown shot if it's popular enough.

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Just a FYI for every one; I've updated the first post with links to the individual AT-RT Versions 1-3.

Edited by Masked Builder

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Just a FYI for every one; I've updated the first post with links to the individual AT-RT Versions 1-3.

Looking at the other versions this one is by far the best :classic:

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I think this is the best. The size is great, adn the way the legs connect really look good.

Kudos

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cool ! give me instructions please! :thumbup:

Edited by olego

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