Any pics of the large AT-AT prop!

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  1. ralphee

    ralphee Sr Member

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    Anyone got any? maybe from an exhibit, i can find nothing of the completed one in my books or web searches.

    lee
     
  2. falcondesigns

    falcondesigns Well-Known Member

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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(ralphee @ May 8 2006, 09:02 AM) [snapback]1240554[/snapback]</div>

    Hey Lee,Try getting a hold of the Tamiya magazine Issue 122,December 2005.While not pictures of the prop,there are some great pictures of the Master Replicas AT-AT,which shows a few of the underside,thats what I'm useing to do my MPC one.Alexander
     
  3. darienvader

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    These are the only "underside" photos I have from MSI's "Adventure in Movie Making" exhibit:
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    I know they're pretty blurry, but does that help at all?
     
  4. Jedi Dade

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  5. ralphee

    ralphee Sr Member

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    Guys cant thank you enough, these coupled with the pics bcgd sent me im set, FD he also sent me the mag review pics, i missed that issue but * they have some nice shots, thanks for writing fellas.
     
  6. tk1608

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    Hi, I have some nice pics of the underside of the MR AT-AT that I've been using as reference to build the AT-AT Ron.
    I'd love to help you out, but my webskills are not good, they're stone age in fact....anyone know how to post pics please ?


    Thanks

    Phil
     
  7. ralphee

    ralphee Sr Member

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    Hey TK well try using photobucket and post them as links its pretty easy and youll get the hang bro, thanks for the post, id love an ATATron but i never got any further info from ron, its a lovely kit. This ref is going towards a WOTC ATAT, the gaming miniature, its about 15" tall but i think with what i have planned i can make it a nice little replica, i have many saturn V parts and various parts i have to use on it to make it as accurate as i can, therefore should turn out a very time consuming, but CHEAP conversion.
     
  8. tk1608

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    Ok then...see if these work..

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    The last two, if you print 'em out and stick 'em together they make a full pic of the bottom.

    Cheers

    Phil

    Oh, meant to say, thanks for the photobucket advise Ralphee, I was so pleased it worked that I forgot to add that.
    I've learnt something today.

    Many thanks

    Phil
     
  9. ralphee

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    Wow, nice pics, thanks Phil, with all this wonderful reference you guys are raising the bar on this project, and there was me thinkin this would be quick and easy while i wait for my probe droid lol........lee
     

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