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Midi AT-TE

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Here's another midi-scale SW moc for your pleasure! You can check out more pics on Mocpages:

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Here's a side view:

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Despite being an OT fan, I think I like this one better than your AT-AT. It's not totally accurate, but it looks a lot like a miniaturized version of 7675.

Great job and once again, welcome to EB. :classic:

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Great work, the cockpit might need a little work. Other than that, nice job. I like your design for the guns, and their is little to no gappiness in the armor. :thumbup:

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Very well done midi-scale AT-TE, you pretty much captured the overall shape and look right. :thumbup: Though I see a fragile connection point of the middle legs (clips on a T-pin), is the build stable or not?

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Very well done midi-scale AT-TE, you pretty much captured the overall shape and look right. :thumbup: Though I see a fragile connection point of the middle legs (clips on a T-pin), is the build stable or not?

Clips connected to a pneumatic T-piece are quite sturdy, I can say that, and these are tile clips which make that connection even stronger than plate clips do.

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Very well done midi-scale AT-TE, you pretty much captured the overall shape and look right. :thumbup: Though I see a fragile connection point of the middle legs (clips on a T-pin), is the build stable or not?

Thanks! It "was" very sturdy. 90 percent of the weight was on the front and back legs with the hinge joints.

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The AT-TE was one of the better designs of the Prequels, and this model certainly appears to do it justice!

The only really major flaws I see are in the hull. The cockpit and gunner's station are much too tall; it's apparent from this picture that the cockpit shouldn't be taller than the hull, and that the gunner's station is a lot closer to the rest of the vehicle.

As others have mentioned you've done a pretty good job of getting rid of gaps on this model - to the point that the area around the driver motor looks more closed in than it should.

The antipersonnel laser cannons actually sit on a kind of shelf on the hull, as seen here - on your model they seem tacked on.

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Despite being an OT fan, I think I like this one better than your AT-AT. It's not totally accurate, but it looks a lot like a miniaturized version of 7675.

Great job and once again, welcome to EB. :classic:

I agree. I actually like the AT-TE as I have the CW version. This looks fantastic.

I would like TLG to make this.

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Great AT-TE M<O><O>DSWIM :thumbup:

And yup, we can only hope TLG will release a midi set like this one day.

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It looks great and a bit cute, although this cannon seems to big on pictures.

Despite being an OT fan, I think I like this one better than your AT-AT. It's not totally accurate, but it looks a lot like a miniaturized version of 7675.

Great job and once again, welcome to EB. :classic:

Khm, khm! :wink:

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Another great Midi-scale MOC! It looks like you've made it pose able. Is that true? I think it looks kind of cute.

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