Excellent work! The rust looks quite realistic. I love the look of things, which came back under the grip of nature. There's quite some melancholic part in it ... nothing is forever, but still some things endure ...
Sieht gut aus, mich würde mal interessieren wie Du den Dreck of den großen Platten bekommen hats, sieht makelos aus. Ich würde jedoch weniger Pflanzen benutzen und dafür den ATAT mehr zerstört aussehen lassen, um dem Original näher zu kommen, trotzdem gute arbeit! Lg
it's good, except that if a four legged thing is missing a leg, chances are it will fall over, and more than likely, end in a firey explosion...this appears to be standing up fine... But, since you based it off the picture, you did a great job, perhaps the back could use some damage, but otherwise, great job!
Very well done! A few ruins or some more holes in the AT-AT would have stressed the ancientness of it more though. Or maybe even a small village living in structures that are built through the AT-AT! That would be really cool. :)
Now that is awesome! Lovely work on giving the AT-AT the rusted/old look :D You really nailed it! I think this has been done perfectly! The only thing I think you should add that would make it better is adding the ruins under it's feet instead of just the foliage. Still, it looks amazing without that! Brilliant work ;)
WOW! This is pretty flippin amazing! I love the broken-down look of this. The rusted/water damaged details on the side are a nice touch. In order to make it more like the original, you should redo the side with holes/missing sections in it.