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Bandai Star Wars 1/144 at-at Model Kit
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- This plastic model kit was made with various modeling techniques, based on thorough review of actual props and materials from the films to reproduce its style and details.
- No glue is needed. Just a single pair of nippers is all you need to re-create the vehicles right on your tabletop. Bandai's precise modelmaking technologies make assembling kits a snap
- Colors are varied from part to part to achieve the rich texture seen in the films.
- Both water-transfer decals and translucent stickers are included to let you replicate all of the markings and colorations.
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The details underneath the Armor's cockpit has been faithfully recreated. Each gun turret has intricate details ranging from the pipes and barrels to showcase a perfect 1/144 onscreen accuracy
The joints on the legs have also been created to allow for movie accurate motion
Recreate famous scenes from the films!
Included is a special Hoth Display base to showcase this behemoth.
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The build is straightforward and easy for anyone with modeling experience. Fits are clean and tight; I didn't use any cement or have to sand any parts to fit. Of course, this is standard procedure for Bandai's kits. You'll want to keep the "A" and "B" legs straight though, as the leg and foot parts may look interchangeable, but they're not. And Emperor's black bones, are some of the parts tiny! You'll need some patience (and maybe some tape) to free them from their runners without losing them. There are a few visible nub marks and noticeable seam lines on the feet and neck. The body and head, though, are molded as single shell-like parts, eliminating these issues from most of the walker.
Finished, the walker stands about 6" tall and accurately recreates the articulation seen in the movies. Hip, knee, and ankle joints all move, as do the toe flaps, which are all separately molded. The legs also swivel left and right at the hips, solving an enduring mystery... how does an AT-AT turn? The kit includes a detailed cockpit and two drivers, but you'll never see that behind the translucent red viewport unless you light the cockpit.
The kit comes with a plastic "snow" base, though the AT-AT will seem to be skating over the molded features, robbing it of a sense of weight. You're better off making your own base if you're so inclined. My weathering scheme seemed too rusty for the walkers seen on Hoth, so I went with a jungle-like base instead. They're "All-Terrain," so nobody says your walker needs to be on snow!
I didn't paint the model, but I used washes and weathering powder to give it an appropriately battle-scarred appearance and bring out that amazing detail. Admittedly, my work may not measure up to some fully-painted AT-ATs I've seen, but an outstanding kit, some basic techniques, and a love for the subject matter combined to make something that stands proudly in my growing collection of Star Wars models. An easy five (Death?) stars for this one!
(Photo credits: The action scene contains a stock backgoround by Good Stock Photos and a rendering of an Alliance V-wing by imclod on Deviant Art. The scene was created using the Cut and Paste Photos and Movie Effects apps for Android)
I use a combination of modeling spray paint and artists pastels applied with q-tips for the finish.