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jmagaletta

[LDD MOC] AT-PT

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Here is my take on the AT-PT Walker. I am off to bricklink and pick a birck to buy the pieces to make it. Let me know what you think or if you have and suggestions.

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The only feature of the set is the opening back to eject the cockpit. I could have done a flick fire missle where the lightsaber hilt is but did not like the look.

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Very cool! I like the shaping/detailing of the legs and the fact that it looks like it could be an official set. :thumbup:

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Very nifty! I do like the body! I think the legs perhaps could do with being slightly longer? But other than that, brilliant little set! Especially the slideout cockpit seat =D

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Very nice MOC ...lovely shape and beautiful pictures! :blush:

Thanks lol. I will post the pictures of the real thing once i get all the pieces from bricklink.

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I like this! The shaping is great, and I really like the legs. Nice job!

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Have you though about putting this on CUUSOO?

Fantastic features on it jmagaletta, and the scaling looks spot on :thumbup:.

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Have you though about putting this on CUUSOO?

Fantastic features on it jmagaletta, and the scaling looks spot on :thumbup:.

If I do i would like to wait till i finish the model in real life and maybe make a small battle pack out of it. With a speeder bike and some other troops.

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Nice AT-PT you created there jmagaletta, it looks instantly recognizable and quite accurate at first glance. As for constructive feedback, i did observe that on reference pictures the legs are attached more to the rear of the main body. Also, i noticed that the lower legs should be a bit longer.

I wish you lots of fun gathering the parts and building this cool little craft for real!

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