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Mini AT-ST Instructions
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After some requests, here are finally my Mini AT-ST instructions. I hope they aren´t too hard to understand :) Build your own AT-ST or modify it or whatever, just give me credit, if you post it. So, start building! And please leave a comment, if you use this (because I want to know if anybody uses this)
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These are all the pieces you need.



First the cockpit:





Now the "torso":








Combine both parts:


Let's start with the legs:






The second leg is the same:


Just connect them to the cockpit. Well, you will see the legs fall apart very easily, so be careful:


Last but not least, attach these pieces to the cockpit:



And here is your own Mini AT-ST!


Please leave a comment if you use this ( I want to know if anybody or how many use this)



Dont't forget to give credit ;)



Comments

Louis K.
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Henry Tracey
  December 28, 2010
no offence to your amazing work, but who needs instructions for this 10/10 for the build, though.
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  September 9, 2010
Quoting Lego Master I made it when i found it, it looks really cool. I'm not rich on grey pieces so i used black. My only problem is the legs keep on falling of. Theres not enough space. Got a way to fix that?
Well, you've found the major problem of this little walker. I still haven't figured out how to improve it. Maybe you can find a way to fix that! :)
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  August 30, 2010
I made it when i found it, it looks really cool. I'm not rich on grey pieces so i used black. My only problem is the legs keep on falling of. Theres not enough space. Got a way to fix that?
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  March 27, 2010
very good! now i'm making my own
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  February 6, 2010
I LOVE IT! I may use it in another moc if you don't mind, I'll be sure to give you a ton of credit! Please check out my page.
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  January 30, 2010
That's a master builder type of build!
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  January 1, 2010
excellent design. the instructions are very good.
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  January 1, 2010
Wow thats good.
Louis K.
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James Hawke
  December 28, 2009
Thanx for posting them! I MAY use them.` I used to use the old LEGO certified AT-ST. I will use this rather than.
Louis K.
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James Hawke
  December 28, 2009
Thanx for posting them! I MAY use them.` I used to use the old LEGO certified AT-ST. I will use this rather than.
  December 27, 2009
Oddly enough I just realized what my 50th MOC will be =D
  December 27, 2009
Hey Louis, maybe I could help you with your post-apoc dio you're planning=)
Louis K.
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Rtas 'Vadum
  December 26, 2009
That is beautifully designed, but I would prefer stronger legs over looks. Nonetheless, it is very nice.
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  December 26, 2009
Schöne Bauanleitung.
  December 26, 2009
It's great when you're in a creativity boost, right now I'm in a slump... and coincidentaly my next MOC would be my 50th MOC on MP...
 I made it 
  December 26, 2009
Quoting Juan C. Yes that leg design works very well for most of the larger bipedal walkers in the series, like the AT-ST variants and the AT-XT, I'd really like to see an AT-KT from TFU.
I actually got an creativity-boost right now and built the entire AT-ST series. I just need to order pieces to have them all at the same time.
 I made it 
  December 26, 2009
Quoting Juan C. Yes that leg design works very well for most of the larger bipedal walkers in the series, like the AT-ST variants and the AT-XT, I'd really like to see an AT-KT from TFU.
There will be definitely an AT-XT and an AT-AR, the others are ideas (so far) :)
  December 26, 2009
Yes that leg design works very well for most of the larger bipedal walkers in the series, like the AT-ST variants and the AT-XT, I'd really like to see an AT-KT from TFU.
 I made it 
  December 26, 2009
Quoting Juan C. Yay! Someone is making instructions, although to be honest I figured out most of the design without instructions =P but thanks anyway, I know how boring it is to make instructions, now I dare you to make every single walker in the AT series, you already have a good start.
Thanks! Well, now I´m almost obliged to build the series :$ This means: First order bricks to build 4 standard AT-STs and then modify them....ok I will try ;)
 I like it 
  December 26, 2009
Yay! Someone is making instructions, although to be honest I figured out most of the design without instructions =P but thanks anyway, I know how boring it is to make instructions, now I dare you to make every single walker in the AT series, you already have a good start.
 I made it 
  December 26, 2009
Quoting Master of LegoPuppets Nice instuctions, everything looks clear. How about you make some AT-ST variants? Take a look at this site: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/All_Terrain_Scout_Transport. Then you would have your own mini series ;). ~M
Thanks! Yeah, that´s a good idea (alhtough I'd have to order many bricks), but I´m actually working on other mini walkers (like AT-XT), wich is almost the same. Still a good idea, when I´m finished with them :)
 I like it 
  December 26, 2009
Nice instuctions, everything looks clear. How about you make some AT-ST variants? Take a look at this site: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/All_Terrain_Scout_Transport. Then you would have your own mini series ;). ~M
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  December 26, 2009
Very nice, thanks for sharing!
 
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