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FIRST ORDER AT-ST WALKER Two years after the modification of the 75153 set, I decided to make a much better version of this vehicle. New design has 863 parts! There are a lot of AT-ST projects, a few were my inspiration (mainly Gol design and ldd_modelmaker), but I was constantly looking for my own solutions and improvements. PDF Instructions will be available when I'll finish real one! Stay tuned The vehicle appeared in The Last Jedi movie, without head... The next step is to make a list of parts. Then destroy the old AT-ST version and count the bricks. More on my YouTube preview movie! https://flic.kr/p/2jisNDW
The AT-PT, fully known as the All terrain Personal Transport was a bipedal, all-terrain light infantry walker distinguished by its triple-jointed legs and one-pilot cabin. It's armed with two twin blasters located below the viewpoint. It's slightly armored to withstand small blaster fire.They were design before the start of the Clone Wars and utilized during the Galactic Civil War, a galaxy-wide conflict between the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance.They stood only three meters tall, and were driven by AT-PT pilots.
This is my ATST MOC. It has 597 pieces, is in mini-figure scale, and has every detail I could Pack in at this scale. While designing this I aimed for two things: show as little studs as possible, and full movie accuracy. I haven't seen any other mocs that meet both my goals as well as this one and I am very happy with how it turned out. The build is sturdy and well built for playability. It also has movable joints that can be adjusted for different poses. The head can rotate AND turn, something that I haven't seen in any other mocs. The hatch opens, and it comes with a full interior as well:The part where the head connects to the legs is one of my favorite parts because it was a challenge to design:The legs were also interesting to build because having them skinny and still movie accurate was hard.And the neck joint was probably the hardest to figure out because i had to make it rotate and turn, like shown :Here is an image of the bottom and right side:It also comes with a stand to help support it. The stand can rotate and turn to adjust to any angle you might pose it in: Here is a picture of the prototype i built. I dont have all the pieces needed at home, so it looks a little rough. But, some people requested to see it so here it is! This MOC is for sale. You can buy the instructions on: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-41267/AWproductions/at-st-movie-accurate/?inventory=1#comments
mini size Hoth diorama consist of 646 bricks. #26047, #93061, #20482, #11253(now available in LBG) were painted. instructions available at rebrickable.com (moc-11431) Thanks! -onecase AT-AT by one case, on Flickr AT-AT by one case, on Flickr AT-AT by one case, on Flickr AT-AT by one case, on Flickr AT-AT by one case, on Flickr AT-AT by one case, on Flickr