18 Responses

  1. Toby

    Quick question, what role does this glorious walker have in the imperial military?

  2. PhantomFury

    Ah, this is one of (if not the) first work I have seen of yours in that StarDestroyer website. Iconic then, and it is still iconic now.

  3. gorkmalork

    There’s just something face-palmingly obvious about equipping one’s walker with a 360-degree heavy weapon. Plus, those footpads.

  4. Xeno

    This one always looked way more…wobbly than the Stormwalker. Turret also seems a bit too high to hit anything that isn’t an AT-AT. Still looks awesome though.

    • gorkmalork

      Depends on how close you expect targets meriting said weapon to pop up, I suppose-at any rate the cheek & chin guns seem to have short/medium-range frontal action covered.

    • Astro1derboy

      (I particularly LOVE #108. Loved the pose, the camera angle and, of course, the work itself. This still may be my overall favorite of your work so far . . . although it’s tough because I like them all.)

  5. countvertex

    Looking great in 4k!
    Two small things:
    – A render for scale comparison together with a familiar walker would be great.
    – That pyramid on top of the main gun lacks detail compared to the rest of the model (probably bad timing now that you have done all these renders).

      • Anonymous

        Speaking of the AT-SE main gun Fractal how powerful is it like the same as the AT-TE main gun or more powerful?

      • Chris Bradshaw

        I wonder if ERA would make sense in Star Wars at all for a walker like this. It might make the difference against a Hailfire droid’s ATGM or the shoulder-fired rocket Baze was rocking in Rogue One.

        • gorkmalork

          Hailfire missilespam, spaced so at least a few rounds don’t hit simultaneously, might defeat an ERA block assuming said droids can manage the precision (which doesn’t seem like a stretch). Still handy for infantry ambushes, but more complement than substitute for vehicles with the juice for shields.

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