cool MOC I never really liked the AT ot because the troops on board were asking to be bombed on by a droid ship but after seeing this,I really like them im gunna go make my own
and stop asking him to sell it LEGO made a set for it now.
This is very well done indeed. I thought about producing this but, the cost of the parts was going to make it much more than a mere luxury. The legs are good. I was going to use the large round bricks for the feet(see my AT-AP feet for an example). My only critcisms are that (1) the legs could be extended somewhat (see http://www.forbiddenplanet.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=41250 for some excellent detailed shots and http://www.starwars.com/databank/vehicle/atot/img/bts_bg.jpg) and, (2) you seem to have fixed yourself on using windscreens to create the cockpit when a good selction grey plates and axles etc would allow you to get the angles right and recreate the neck much moe faithfully (see the Star Wars Databank for detail).
I find the MOC search engine unhelpful (I only stumbled across your model by chance) Any tips for good searches techniques?
yet another star wars vehicle i didnt even know existed! i had to google it when i saw ur MOC only to find out it was one of the millions of things George Lucas crammed into about 3 seconds of revenge of the sith, still gives us all more to build i spose, this is really good, i saw another one where the legs stuck out more like an at-te but looking at the only picture i can find of it, the legs are more like an at-at so this is really amazing
I remember stubbling accross this on Brickshelf and was wondering if it would make it to MOCpages, I am glad it did. Easily one of the best ones around, must have cost an arm and a leg though. Well done.