Minor/Repaint: Star Wars AT-AT

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  1. xaviercal

    xaviercal Customizer

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    Here is my biggest project I did, so far, standing a bit over 2 feet tall here is the AT-AT from Star Wars. This is a Christmas present for my brother in law. The AT-AT is heavily weathered and dry brushed. Pretty much every thing from inside and out is weathered. Thanks you looking and happy holidays.
     

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  2. megatronatlas

    megatronatlas Well-Known Member

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    wow is all i have to say
     
  3. TornadoQuakeX

    TornadoQuakeX Decepti-Creep

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    Holy crap, that thing must be HUUUUGE if it's crushing Classics Voyager OP! Nice paint job, too. It looks real stunning.
     
  4. Tigertrack

    Tigertrack Back In The Game!

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    I can see that as a Transformers Crossover for Dinobot Sludge. Or the Brontosaurus one.
    Nice job!
     
  5. sentinalsupreme

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    omg that is way to #$^%ing cool!!!!!!!!!!! im going to copy and paist #14..wow
    love star wars
     
  6. jedimasterham

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    Hey, very nice AT-AT. What color paints did you use for the drybrushing/weathering? I want to work on a Star Wars piece that is similar to this one.
     
  7. moreprimeland

    moreprimeland Optimus told me to do it! Moderator TFW2005 Supporter

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    Optimus says "OUCH"!!! Love that Starscream is taking a ride..resting his wings :D  Nice job.. huge project :thumb 
     
  8. Ramrider

    Ramrider TF Art Lad

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    If it's the same one Destrongerlupus is using for his Gobot Command Centre, then it's pretty darned big. Apparently it houses a launch bay for speeder bikes, which can comfortably accomodate Marvel Crossovers cars (he's got an Iron Man TF in his), and a crew compartment at least big enough for Scout class figs.

    Very nice weathering job, Xav. :D 
     
  9. prfctcellrulz

    prfctcellrulz Emperor Of Destruction

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    I still have my old AT-AT Walker from the Power of the Force toyline back in the mid to late 90's. I got it as a Hanukkah present one year and it's still in decent condition. Just needed a fresh set of batteries every so often.
     
  10. SonOfNemesis

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    Awesome man, looks really cool! I like thr feet up close. By the way, how about a quick snap shot of your Classics OP you have under the AT's foot? Looks cool!
     
  11. SC0RP0N0K

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    I've been following this project on Facebook and it is amazing. I want to do the same to mine but I'm kinda scared. lol

    Could you give me some advice on how you did the paint job and everything? It would be a HUGE help.

    Yeah, it's like 2ft tall and is massive, I was actually shocked that it only cost $100 for the size and all the cool details in it. Totally worth it imho. The only thing that is kinda strange is that the speeder bike that comes with the AT-AT launches out of its ass.

    I still have my old AT-AT from Empire Strikes Back. It's an awesome toy but the new AT-AT blows it out of the water. By the way, if you ever want to sell your old AT-AT, let me know. I need the chin guns from it.
     

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