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Adorable Lego AT-AT: He’ll Still Work for the Empire When He Grows Up

by Range
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Angus MacLane created this cute little AT-AT for a contest on LEGO Star Wars enthusiast-site From Bricks to Bothans. It was part of a ‘Chibi‘ contest, meaning that the LEGO sculptures had to be shrunk to look like smaller, cuter versions of themselves.

angus maclane chibi adorable at-at imperial walker star wars empire

All in all, I think that Angus definitely made a great entry. The Chibi AT-AT is certainly hard to forget. Sure, when it grows up, it’s end up being blown up by Luke Skywalker, until then, you could always keep it as a pet.

angus maclane chibi adorable at-at imperial walker star wars empire

Since this isn’t a very big build, you can probably replicate what Angus has done for yourself, if you want to. Then you’ll also have a cute little AT-AT to raise all for yourself.

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