4 Apr 2022 All-Terrain Personal Transport (AT-PT) by Fractalsponge | posted in: Galactic Empire, Gallery, Ground Vehicle, Old Republic, Star Wars | 19 All stormtrooper figures for scaling by Aurel Wedding.
While only half as tall as an AT-ST, this puppy is clearly more robust. Nice option on a battlefield. Beautiful work as usual.
ok wow! fractal has managed to make (in my opinion) the ugliest walker into this masterpiece
Can you make a AT-RT. That would round out your walkers.
ATRTs would be the defunct predecessor to the ATPT.
How many walkers do you guys think are in that transport?
49 possibly 14 each on the two upper levels and 21 the last. 7 walkers each row.
I only count six to a row on the bottom, with room for one fewer per row on the middle and upper decks. And I’m assuming there’s three rows on all three decks, because there does appear to be enough room for it judging by the hull. That would make it 18, 15 and 15, for a total of 48 Walkers.
Since the Empire does seem to like to do things in even numbers and multiples of 4 or 12 when feasible, 48 sounds like a good number for it. Maybe count this as a mechanized company? Three or four walkers to a squad, three or four squads to a platoon, and three or four platoons to make a company of 48?
Its ED209 !!!
Nicely done. Someone seriously needs to ask Fractal if we can start loading some if these walker pictures to the Legends pictures on Wookiepedia.
Pretty sure Wookiepedia sticks to official art.
Yes, Sadly no matter how outdated the aesthetic can be, be it a 1970s comic. This guy wrote the Essential Guide to Warfare and he did the art for it. He deserves official recognition.
I agree. You’d think that someone with that credibility would at least be thrown a bone or two. Especially since he’s internally consistent which means stuff really isn’t likely to be messed up.
I always did want to see how this thing would look as actual military vehicle with armor and everything.
The original looked more like loader used as docks then a military vehicle.
This turned out better then I could have hoped for ^_^
The original looks so damned stiff-legged. Like an 80s toy with wheels in the feet or something. Like a wind-up Zoid.
Yeah I know what you mean.
The might of the Imperial Military has never been shown to such a degree, Thank You Fractal for providing these fantastic renderings free of charge.
Love it and the refinements you’ve made. THIS is the sort of detail and articulation in the feet I was wanting for the AT-STa/AR.
“Careful where you put those feet, 262. Don’t squash your infantry support.”
An excellent representation of a relatively obscure vehicle. Thank you.