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AT-ST (Ver 2.5)
Imperial AT-ST (All Terrain Scout Transport), Ver 2.5 with many corrections over my older Ver 2.0. Have rescaled the legs, added detail, redesigned the footpads and ankle joints, and redesigned the engine/drive section and added more flexibility and range of motion to the hips allowing the legs to "swing out". Features swiveling cockpit "head" with poseable cheek blaster and concussion grenade launcher, pivoting main chin cannons, seating for two minifigures in detailed cockpit, opening upper hatch, fully articulated and poseable legs with jointed upper and lower hips, knees, ankles, and "toe" cable cutters.
About this creation

Left side pic, showing the drive section detail and comparison between the two leg's poses. The image is meant to showcase the articulation possible with the model. The walker should be self-supporting in an even-legged standing pose, but would not allow a pose like this without bracing.


Closeup of the "head", showing detail of the complex shape and various detail such as the twin blaster cannons. The interior was based off the Star Wars Complete Cross-Sections, and can actually hold 3 figures inside plus another in the open hatch. The head can swivel about 270 degrees.


Rear view showing engine/drive section detail, and the rear cockpit detail.


Top view showing some interior detail, as well as the complex shape of the "head".


Bottom view showing detail of the legs and hip joints, and arrangement of the engine/drive section. Great care was taken to not only recreate the faithful appearance of the movie model, but allow full poseability as well.


Size comparison between my AT-AT and the AT-ST Ver 2.5, with a Snowtrooper figure for reference.




Comments

 I like it 
  January 21, 2014
I like this AT-ST. Its a tricky design to model correctly. I like the way you handled the legs.
 I made it 
  January 20, 2014
Quoting Michael K. Good to hear from you again, this is a really tough vehicle to do, perfect angles!
Thanks, been away for a while with other pursuits, but thought I might dive back in with a fresh look at one of my old projects and revisit some of the engineering on it.
 I like it 
  January 20, 2014
Good to hear from you again, this is a really tough vehicle to do, perfect angles!
 
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