Normally I find people who dress their pets up in costumes to be incredibly annoying. However, I wouldn’t feel that way if I ran across someone with their greyhound or whippet dressed up in this AT-AT walker costume.
Thanks to their RGB LEDs, Hand make’s Millennium Falcon and AT-AT lamps can shine in your favorite lightsaber color. Well, probably not the obscure ones like brown or bronze.
The lamps’ LEDs shine through the acrylic sheets, illuminating the carved design.
LEGO builder Tyler Sky is back, and this time instead of a Pink Landspeeder, he has delivered Rudolph the red nosed AT-AT. Now, how could any rebel tangle up the legs of something so cute and make it fall down?
Ahhh… lawn ornaments. They come in two flavors: seasonal and tacky, or non-seasonal and really tacky. Being tongue-in-cheek makes them less tacky, and being inflatable makes them much, much more tacky. Tongue-in-cheek and seasonal is therefore the least tacky and most amusing form of lawn ornament.
So, here’s the deal. In the MOC Madness competition, all the Star Wars things are going steampunk. The Steam Wars competition is broken into five rounds, which started this past July. The first challenge was to take a starfighter and re-imagine it as a minifig scale steampunk fighter.
Make your lawn look like the aftermath of the battle of Hoth with this cool AT-AT lawn ornament. This AT-AT has definitely seen better days. You try getting your legs taken out by a snowspeeder and see how you look.
Look out kid! You’re being attacked by a couple of Imperial Walkers! These impressive balloon animal AT-ATs were created by Balloon Guy Entertainment, who previously blew up a Balloon Bag End from The Hobbit.
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Check out this massive AT-AT walker that doubles as a sled. It wasn’t built by the Empire, which is why it isn’t the size of a skyscraper. Doug Brewbaker, Garret Geiger, and James Groves spent 70 hours building this amazing seven-foot, eight-inch tall AT-AT Walker sled.
Rocking horses are so last century. Let your child rock with the might of the Empire with this Rocking AT-AT. How do you think General Veers got started? Start them young and they will pilot the Empire’s best vehicles and crush the rebellion.
At Christmas time everyone loves to wear those antler headbands, even AT-ATs. This awesome gingerbread creation captures an Imperial Walker getting in the holiday spirit. And a little snowspeeder too. I would love to wrap some tow cables around it’s legs and trip it into my hungry and waiting cartoon mouth.
There aren’t many more iconic creations from the Star Wars universe than the AT-AT Imperial walkers from The Empire Strikes Back. Sure, they ended up having an Achilles’ heel (or four of them), but I’d like to see you design a walking weapon that can’t be tripped.
We’ve seen some impressive Star Wars cakes, but this AT-AT takes the proverbial cake. This thing looks amazing and the details are super nice – so nice that it doesn’t even look like a cake. It was made by Cake Central member ChrisTheCook for a friend’s wedding and it stands at over two feet-tall.