Darth Yogi

[MOC] Utapau

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Here is my Utapau MOC.

The scene is based on Star Wars Battlefront II with 212th troopers.

So Here it is and please enjoy.

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I Hand painted this figure.

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And the back.

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Heres the AT-RT which is my 3rd version.

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Thanks for looking, please C&C.

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AWESOME creation 'darth yogi', you are smarter than the average Sith lord eh ? :wink:

Cool AT-RT and that skeleton is to die for ! :devil:

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

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Great MOC darth yogi! I see you've found a way to use your newly-made 212th Airborne trooper and AT-RT drivers eh? And it's truly a great way to showcase them in this very well-done MOC. I love your AT-RT, it's always nice to see other fans' take on this build. The skeleton looks good too. Overall an impressive job! :thumbup:

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Your clones look very good, but the AT-RT is a tad bit fat at the 'hips' IMO. Nice job overall! :thumbup:

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Thanks for commenting. Glad you liked it. :thumbup:

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Very nice MOC darth yogi! At-rt looks great as does the skeleton. The whole scene feels very alive which is an important quality for the action-packed battle of Utapau. Great job! :thumbup:

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Very nice MOC Yogi! :thumbup:

Loving the skeleton! Your custom troopers look Great in there! :wub:

I like the AT-RT's legs, they look kinda breakable but they look like the real deal. :thumbup:

Keep it up!

CF

Edited by CommanderFox

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Hello!

A decent layout you are showing here. The skeleton is the real eye catcher for me. :classic:

The detail shots of the walker are pretty dark and blurry. Using a stronger light source should solve both problems. :classic:

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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Wow, I like it!The coloured statue (Palpatine's hologramm)is cool/

You have clones from "Clone army customs", don"t you?

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Wow, I like it!The coloured statue (Palpatine's hologramm)is cool/

You have clones from "Clone army customs", don"t you?

The only customs I see are Arealight's AT-RT driver helmets.

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The only customs I see are Arealight's AT-RT driver helmets.

There is my custom 212th airborne trooper on the balcony, and Arealight visor on Cody.

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There is my custom 212th airborne trooper on the balcony, and Arealight visor on Cody.

Oh yeah, missed those. All Arealight stuff, though, no Clone Army Customs. I'm used to it, because on MOCpages if you don't specify it's your custom, every Sharpied, stickered, or otherwise modded clone (or even stormie, when there's a newbie commenting) is going to get a comment asking if it's from Clone Army Customs.

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Oh yeah, missed those. All Arealight stuff, though, no Clone Army Customs. I'm used to it, because on MOCpages if you don't specify it's your custom, every Sharpied, stickered, or otherwise modded clone (or even stormie, when there's a newbie commenting) is going to get a comment asking if it's from Clone Army Customs.

I see what you mean. Even though I did say that it was hand painted :wink:

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Looks very nice! :thumbsup: The detail is nice as well!

I like all the vehicles as well!

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I really like some of your ideas, especially the skeleton arch.

Thanks everyone for the comments. Glad you all like the arch, it took a while to get it to look good and be sturdy.

I have made the next version of my AT-RT and hopefully will add pics soon.

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