Papercraft AT-AT


PaperCraft... for justice.

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All I can say is, I could never make something like that. It's great.

I have to give it to you Bob, this is definitely one of your best pieces yet. I really liked it. To be honest for the contest it really comes down to a hard call between this or the Cthulhu piece. In the end I guess it comes down to who truly owns my soul; The Empire or the Old Ones.

I really liked the metallic that came out on this. it gave it some really nice appeal. I know some thought you made this out of metal, and I can see why, especially with that one fold on its shoulder looking like a weld bead.
As mentioned in the thread I would add some line work for the metal plating, but you already informed me of the problems with the marker, so I would suggest some paint pens. A little more expensive, but really worth the cash.
After that, if you end up with a little more black spraypaint in the near future I'd give a bit of light dusting to the underside. Give it some shadow appeal.
As for some photos, I'd like to see a really low angle show of this. Give it that massive appeal that it deserves.
Perhaps you should do some small origami or papercraft snow speeders next and set up a little stylized Hoth diorama with some white sheets and cotton balls.

Nice job, I'd love to see this take a pretty high spot in the contest.
faved, since we can do that now :3

MajesticBob responds:

Wow. That's the second time your review unexpectedly stunned me. I do wish I had added more detail but time was running short and I made do with what I had. I agree that the Cthulu is solid competition. That thing is sick. All the designs were solid. I just had to make an AT-AT. It just felt right. Thanks for the solid review.

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