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Noah
Noah
3 years ago

Was it a walk in the park to make this? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

CRMcNeill
CRMcNeill
3 years ago

The AT-AT is relatively under-armed compared to all your other ground vehicles. If you were stuck with the same basic body form (i’m presuming there are in-universe reasons why the design would be retained), what would you change? I’m thinking:

1). Some sort of heavier defensive weapons turret on the tail end of the roof, perhaps something with a fast turning speed and a pair of TIE Laser Cannon for both air defense and light anti-vehicle work.

2). Two of the repeating blaster / grenade launcher turrets, mounted at the lower edge of the armor skirt between the legs on either side.

3). Two or more of the pop-up missile launchers from the AT-SE on the fore roof section to give it a bit more offensive punch in the forward arc.

Combined, 1 and 2 would make it more difficult for anti-air and sabotage attacks, and allow the head weaponry to concentrate more on attacking targets in the forward arc, augmented by missiles from 3. The result would still be primarily an APC, but would be more in-line with the weapons you’ve put on everything else.

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago

Hey Fractal what do you think of this AT-AT variant?
http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/starwars/images/1/1d/AT-IC_toy.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20050607200922
It is called the AT-IC (All-Terrain Ion-Cannon) walker which as the name implied carry a Ion Cannon on it’s back.

Liam D
Liam D
4 years ago

Fantastic work! I’ll be using these as references for a Revell At-At model build.

Gary
5 years ago

Hello,

I saw your web site and love your CGI SW models and was curious to know if I would be able to have a few to animate if that’s possible? If not, it’s not a problem.

Best regards

Patrick Harper
Patrick Harper
5 years ago

This is insane!!!! You are so very good at your craft!!

Anonymous
Anonymous
5 years ago

Well Done, Ansel!!

Anonymous
Anonymous
5 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

Perhaps next, you should do the AT-ST!