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  1. Hi there, yesterday my son and I sat down to build the 75083 set... as always with the system scaled sets its basically a great model, that catches the essence of the vehicle nicely but could use an extra 50 or so parts to really finish it off. Thats what I did in the afternoon looking at the concept drawings and learning from other mods Here's my solution: I mainly focused on the pretty open backside of the "head" closing the nasty gaps and adding a little greebling to the engine area. Here's a shot without the added detail (brackets already attached on the sides) And two shots of the parts needed for this: I also added some detail to the underside of the engine to close it up and added some pipes to mimic hydraulic cylinders at the legs. Then the legs... they are far to thin on the top, so there had to be a way to "beef" them up a little: Again, the parts: As you might have seen I also toned down on the yellow parts... as much as I love those shiny bright yellow parts I think, they took it too far with the AT-DP, so toning it down a little only adds more realism to the model. The additional tile-piece here and there makes it less "studdy" and closes the technic beams at the lower legs. I hope you like my modifications and leave some feedback for my next project.
  2. boomblocks

    AT-DP 75083

    Stop Motion Build of AT-DP 75083
  3. Kuat Drive Yards


    My own spin on the AT-DP from Star Wars rebels. This one has an artillery cannon. In artillery mode. While not as powerful as a SPHAT, the AT-DP mkII is far more mobile and can easily handle engagements with infantry or light vehicles, making it far more versitile. I wonder if how the Battle of Endor would've went if the Empire had these... The pilots. In full drive. Not a pretty sight to see for a rebel
  4. brickpreviews

    75083 AT-DP Review

    Hey everyone, here is my review of the 75083 AT-DP. I like this walker for display as it is fairly tall and looks great, However has some issues such as being really flimsy and the spring loaded missile are horribly placed and misfire all the time. The new AT-DP minifigures are awesome though and the helmets goes for alot on bricklinks. http://brickpreviews...5083-dp-review/