Awesome build dude. I love your creation and totally agree that it blows way the 2008 version. If there are instructions do you think it is possible for you to forward them to me at email@example.com if you can't or don't want to I totally understand. Sweet build.
Very fascinating! I like it, when something is worked out in an authentic way, like the side doors! Pretty good shaped and scaled as well! I am a bit uncertain, if i should start my own AT-TE? Awesome Work!
Just wondering if you could give me some tips on how to do the middle flex section?
You definitely have the best AT-TE MOC I've seen anywhere. I like how you got those doors on the side to swing down. I'm starting the concept and development work on one right now, so I was just looking for some tips and images from different builders. Keep up the great work! :)
:0 I haven't seen anything like this before I love the detail and the interior design I used to make star wars mocs but then I got into halo stuff and yeah I always wanted to make one of these extremely nice work
Me muy encanta! This is very awesome. The ribbed section in the middle is amazing, the hatches in the side are sweet, and I love the new cab. The cannon is okay. But, I see with regret, you have failed to correct the most common mistake in any AT-TE MOC, ever: that the freakin' legs are NOT PERFECTLY VERTICAL!! On EVERY AT-TE on MOCpages, the legs are straight up-and-down. WRONG, wrong, WRONG!! I'd use multiple ball-and-socket joints, or the piston pieces---which appear on the actual vehicle, so it's okay---for both stability and poseability. However, on the whole, this is an incredible MOC. Keep it up, dude.
I like it
Commander Zuke of the 932nd League
April 4, 2010
Holy crud! this is like..... I dont think anyone can top this (unless you make a v.2).
I think you did a great job definately movie accurate I love the pathway between. I also think there is a reason for the innacuracy of legos version because the clone wars sets are designed for younger fans so they wanted a decent set while keeping is simple enough for little kidsto build.
I think this is the best AT-TE Mod ive ever seen, i try to do it like that, too, but its very heavy to do tis. Real great job! But the back is a bit fat i think and its a bit laid to the back, such if the frontlegs were higher than the legs on the back
This is amazing! I have recently been trying to mod my own at-te (the old one) and I have been looking for reference pics and what not. I'm going to use your design for inspiration because it's so... perfect!
I like it
Royal Elite: CC-7576
October 13, 2008
Laidys and Gentleman, we have found the perfect LEGO AT-TE, with great detail and pefect movie realistic looking we present you this fantastic MOC! Great!
Oh, that looks SO much more accurate! The first thing I noticed in the first few pics, was the angle of the front (the big square cockpit, with the slants on both sides). The official one (I think) did not bother to get that. This, however, is very well done. Excellent work, man. Keep up the great work.
I like it
September 2, 2008
I think this is awesome! the guy below me obviosly can't see your markings and shared obi wan with arc gear like your LAAT on brickshelf. Please rate my mark i LAAT!
I own the set, and actually if u look even closer, you will see that this is completely different from LEGO's, it just has the same frame, and most of the cockpit, the legs armor, and inside are 90% MOC.
Yeah, I know what you mean with the AT-TE. My little brother got it, and it breaks all the time, so he makes me rebuild it for him. Do you have any suggestions on how to make it more stable? Especially cuz he might give it to me for 40 bucks!!
P.S, this thing looks amazing, way more movie accurate.
This is honestly the best I've seen. The only problem with lego AT-TE's though is that no-body (both MOCers & the LEGO company) can ever find enough room to put 2 people in the cockpit. It's a bit of a shame really.