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  1. AndyRiley8

    [WIP] Building Anio's At-At

    This is my first post about one of my MOCs, so please be gentle with me I am in the process of building a Battle of Hoth scene complete with giant Echo Base. Obviously no Hoth battle is complete without some At-Ats. I picked up a TLG 8129 and was't very impressed with it's size or how it looks really. I trawled the web for inspiration and discovered Cavegod's UCS At-At. Not having the money, time, patience or skill to copy this beast, I stumbled across Anio's At-At and bought the instructions from him. After several Bricklink purchases i was ready to start building. As my build progressed I knew I would want to make some changes to Anio's design, particularly with the size and interior of the head. I then discovered this thread http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=68782 where there is a lot of discussion about whether or not Anio's At-At is considered a 'UCS' At-At. In my opinion I see that my finished At-At will sit somewhere between TLG's and Cavegods in terms of scale, detail and representation of the actual film model. I will leave you to decide if you are of the same opinion I have made a few changes / adaptations to the original design. The key changes i have made so far are: - Changed the foot design - I didn't like the original mix of dark and light grey or the addition of the small levers by the 'toes' - Strengthened the neck - the head of the original just hangs on a Technic bar. This wouldn't support the extra size and weight in the head I wanted to add. - Head - completely updated. I changed the length and width so I could get more room inside. I have also changed the 'eyes' as I wanted to be able to see in to the At-At from outside. I know this doesn't look great, and the proportions are out compared to the movie original, its the best I could do though - Weapons - I have ignored the original weapon design underneath the head and on each side. I made mine look as much like the original as I could with the using the scale and pieces available to me - Interior - I didn't like the original seating arrangement that Anio built as it only held a handful of Snow Troopers. I couldn't get 40 seats in there, I am happy with what i managed to squeeze in. I have also added a winch arm to allow the troops to descend from the body - Rear detail - I wasn't happy with the 'rear end' of the original design and was completely blown away by the detail that Cavegod has managed. Again, my effort is somewhere in the middle I think Here are some WIP pics to show how I'm getting on: My Bricklink haul Body complete Anio's design First leg finished - Anio's leg, updated foot Underbelly - Anio's design My updated head Need to work on these gaps! Inside the head Underside Inside the body Downstairs with steps up to top hatch Updated rear end