Hey sorry ta bug ya again but, i saw your venator WIP on flickr and i think your doing great! I wish a had all those plate pieces from the imperial star destroyer. :( But i am thinking of re building mine. I am trying to get good ideas for it too. Do you have any tips or building techniques? That would be very helpful. Thanks. ~Commander Hess
Hey, i was uploading a custom MOC and i relized i was spelling costum Wrong all this time! When you told me on my 428th legion trooper i spelled it wrong i thought it was just an opnion. oh well, now i know it :P
I donno, i just thought i'd tell ya. :D
hey, some of my friends wanted instructions for this so i was wondering, is it ok with you for me to post instructions? it would take some weight off your hands.and if i do could you post a link on this page? just seeing if its ok with you.
Great MOC! I just purchased the new version of the AT-TE. I was also somewhat disapointed with the "official AT-RT" and want to mod the rear of the AT-TE to accomidate two AT-RT's like the episode of Star Wars The Clone Wars when two AT-RT's of lightning squadron deploy from the back of the AT-TE.
Quoting Dan Herschel
Great model. A little small, but that contributes to its custom design. I recomend placing more weapon systems. For example, where the legs meet the main body you could place a peg in it and add weapons onto that.
i can't put a peg trough there! first of all, they are to close together, and second of all, there isn't a big enough hole!
But thanks for your comment! and the constructive critisism!
Quoting Edgar Sherman
This is very good, you should explore with the colors. But over all great.
What exactly do you mean by, "Explore with the colors?"
Wow! This is super brickin' awesome! I love it! How is it possible to make a walker so small?! Yet still so detailed! And awesome! I actually like your leg design better than the ones of the Mocs that yours is based off of. It's much simpler, and by the looks of it, much stabler! I am not saying I don't like the one off which yours is based ('cause I think they're awesome), I'm just saying that I think yours is a bit more simple looking (and practical). Heh... Good thing about that seat design, is that if he ever feels like talking any of his buds, all he has to do is pop his seat in half and dial in the number of one half of the seat of one of his buddies! ( heh, who need s cell phones!) ~ james :D
Awesome MOD of the AT-RT. I thought they had two guns on the front. Anyway, I like how you added the brown to show it belongs to the 209th. But, no 209th trooper!! Why!!!! Great job on the legs, too. great job!