AT-ST: Dimensions for Building Life-Size Replica

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chanmac24

New Member
Hi All! We are gearing up for a SW fan film this year. One of our set-pieces will be an AT-ST, which we are planning to build practically. I am very surprised by the lack of "blueprints" and general dimensional information for scout walkers. The only reference I could find was (what appears to be) the actual (scale?) blueprints from Jedi (attached), but they're garbled..

My next steps were to:
-Contact that one guy who actually built a "life-size" replica
-Find a good 3d model, grab the dimensions, and scale to what looks right based on other sources

--> Anyone know of a better resource for AT-ST dimensions?
Thanks!
 

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stonky

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You might be best off picking up a Bandai kit and scaling it up (listed as 1/48, but these things tend to be debated).
 

TazMan2000

Master Member
Most of these "new member" over-ambitious projects never come to fruition, especially the practically built ones. Its most often much cheaper to build a set in CGI. In addition, the new member posted this on December 6th and hasn't been here since.

TazMan2000
 

chanmac24

New Member
Thank you JKNO! That does help, we can scale from there along with other sources. The part we're building is mainly the head, as an interior/exterior set piece. So, time to get clever!
 

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