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  1. Hi! During this summer I've gotten back into building with and designing Lego creations after several years abscence. Two of the first MOCs that I designed are these two. Both of the models are built in the scale of 1:125, meaning that one stud equals one meter (just over three feet). The AT-TE consists of 152 pieces, and the LAAT/i of 198. The AT-TE features rotating guns and (somewhat) poseable legs. The LAAT/i features an opening rear ramp, "sliding" (moveable) side doors, rotating guns and is capable of holding up to ten microfigs. Both xig_brick and ridgedbrick over on Instagram have been huge sources of inspiration. If you would like to see more images of these models, or have a look on some of my other work, please check out my Instagram or Flickr. Best Regards, Dammtuss (a.k.a. Björnbrorsan)
  2. sander1992

    [MOC] AT-TE

    Hi everyone, I build in many themes and this year I want to build a landscape based on the battle on Geonosis from Episode II. This is the first time I have build a Star Wars vehicle. I used a lot pictures for this build. I have some pictures of the front and the back. For some more pictures, look into my Flickr album. Feedback is appreciated. Sander
  3. Roger_RogerMan

    AT-TE Mod/MOC

    Hi, just wanted to show you my AT-TE MOC/Mod, and see what you guys think of it. The set is based off the lego set 7675 but with some heavy modifications. I am open to (constructive) criticism and I hope to get some good tips, as I am quite new to this. BTW, most of those blank bricks, like the two top 6x8 slopes, are meant to have stickers
  4. Inthert

    [MOC] Midi-Scale AT-TE

    I had built this solely for use in one of my Ring-worlds (Link to that topic blow) But I felt it was a build in its own right too so I decided to create a separate thread (hope that's okay?) Anyway, this was a fairly quick build because it was one of those rear moments where everything just.. fits you know? The only part I really had trouble with was connecting the two half's together.. And then of course remembering what I'd done in order to make a second one! Let me know what you think and any suggested improvements are especially welcome! AT-TE / Teaser by Inthert, on Flickr And now, as promised, the link to my Ring-worlds project:
  5. SimonJC

    MOC AT-TE Midi scale

    Hello I recently purchased Captain Rex's AT-TE and it was a truly enjoyable build. The AT-TE has always been one of my favourite vehicles of the Prequel Trilogy, but Cap'n Rex's AT-TE really revitalised my interest and the mechanical Christmas beetles.. I love midi scale builds; I think its a scale that works really good with Lego (not to mention cost-effective), and so I have attempted my own midi-scale AT-TE. I know there have already been some incredible MOC midi AT-TEs, but I hope this brings something unique to the party. I think I might have to try and give it the Captain Rex treatment later on. Thanks for taking a look; criticism and suggestions are always welcome. Simon AT-TE - MIDI (10) by simon crocker, on Flickr AT-TE - MIDI (8) by simon crocker, on Flickr AT-TE - MIDI (7) by simon crocker, on Flickr A few more photos on flickr
  6. Joshua_Caley

    [MOC] Episode 2 AT-TE

    Hey guys I was also looking at at Episode II of star wars and when the clones attack the droids.I seen the at-te's i did look at the set (the old set)I did take some blueprints from it so I dont know to even say it was my own but i build it on LDD and then rendered it in Bluerender and results turned amazing the shadowing is amazing the graphics is amazing on this software , it almost makes it like its real, giving credit to : KamalMYafi thanks mate. i think i missed a peace at the front oopsss!!....
  7. Nom Carver

    [mini MOCs] AT-TE & LAAT/s

    I am not a big fan of the prequel trilogy but I couldnt resist to give a try on the brick masters mini builds, however due to the unavailability of some bricks and esthetical purposes, I made several improvements over the oficial design. P1010058 por Nom Carver, en Flickr P1010079 por Nom Carver, en Flickr And here is a mini version of my LAAT/s which you can see over here: P1010075 por Nom Carver, en Flickr P1010069 por Nom Carver, en Flickr