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My Bandai 1/144 AT-AT …
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Robert Knaack said on September 12, 2019
That’s some top-notch weathering right there, on a very nice looking model. Well done!
Petes Laszlo said on September 12, 2019
Thank you, Robert !
Craig Abrahamson said on September 12, 2019
Nicely done, my friend….I like it.
Robert Royes said on September 12, 2019
Nice! I thought it was of a larger scale!
DE4EVER said on September 13, 2019
🙂 … Greetings … 🙂 :
Very nice work Petes . I still have all of mine wrapped up ( actually all STAR WARS ) , hopefully when done I will post them .
Haslam Yeoman said on September 13, 2019
Excellent job on both these kits. Hope you enjoy building these wonderful Bandai Star Wars kits as much as I do.
Josh Patterson said on September 13, 2019
I like the scale of the AT-ST. The AT-AT might be too big in the other SW scale of 1/72, but I wish they could have made it the size of the old MPC kit. (Still praying for a 1/72 Imperial Shuttle though!) That said, just like the studio models, it photographs larger than it actually is! The detail and articulation of the kit is astounding (with only the shock absorption of the feet and the sliders in the legs being omitted)! Your weathering is fantastic and I REALLY love the Hoth shot in the group of photos! (The design and fit of the kit lets you get right in there with the macro without seeing any seams!)
Petes Laszlo said on September 14, 2019
Thank you guys for everything !!!
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