Micro Series AT-AT Walker, 1:128 instructions
NO PHYSICAL BRICKS, ONLY DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT
With the purchase of this object you only purchase downloadable PDF instructions and Parts List
My MOC of the AT-AT Walker in Micro Scale 1:128 perfectly fitting to my other Micro Scale MOCs like the T-47 Snowspeeder, T-65-X-Wing or TIE-Fighter. I tried to match the shape as closely as possible to the original despite the small scale. It is a moderate to build MOC with comments in the building instructions and using different angles and good structured steps.
functions & extras
– moveable head (up- and downwards and also sideways because of the ball joint)
– fully moveable legs with 3 ball joints, so the MOC can be placed in any position as seen in the movies
parts, lots & colors
The AT-AT consists of 533 parts and 93 different lots in 5 different colors and no printed tiles. Black and white parts can be replaced with any other color, also all parts in the inside of the AT-AT.
smart part usage
I tried to use simple parts and not to many different MOCs. If you have some LEGO you may have lots of parts used in this MOC, so it would be a cheap build. Plates often can be replaced with others (2 1×3 plates are the same as 1 1×6 plate)
For this MOC i proofed the partlist to use only existing parts that are available (at the moment of creation). During creation I changed lots of parts with cheaper molds and tried to reduce building costs as far as possible.
I am huge Star Wars fan and create Star Wars based MOCs. For all my sets I use as little parts as needed and as little different lots as needed, so the sets can be built easily and with low costs. Most of my MOCs are minifigure-size (~ 1:45), others are Micro Scale (~1:128).