Want to see the making of a badass, one-of-a-kind highchair that's fashioned after an AT-ST Walker from Star Wars? Of course you do. Matt of Never Not Making leads the way. (Geekologie)
This is a video of Matthew Regonini of Youtube channel Never Not Making building a custom Star Wars AT-ST walker high chair for his very young son. If you want to build your own and already have all the tools just follow along with the video. Show More Summary
A post shared by Matthew Regonini (@nevernotmaking) on Jan 31, 2018 at 1:30pm PST Art director and designer Matthew Regonini of Never Not Making has built an awesome wooden Star Wars themed high chair for his son that looks like AT-ST Walker. Regonini posted a video that shows how he made the chair. via Hackaday...
Art director and designer Matthew Regonini of Never Not Making has built an awesome wooden Star Wars themed high chair for his son that looks like AT-ST Walker. Regonini posted a video that shows how he made the chair. A post shared by Matthew Regonini (@nevernotmaking) on Jan 31, 2018 at 1:30pm PST via Hackaday...
We all know that shots of spaceships and giant AT-ST walkers from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story are created using visual effects
The new sets include characters like K-2SO driod and Jyn Erso, as well as an Imperial Assault Hovertank, AT-ST Walker and more.
The X-Wing fighters in some of amateur game developer Michael Real’s 14 Star Wars video games fly a little funny. The waddling AT-ST walkers occasionally leap up into the sky as if yanked by an invisible string. The TIE Fighters look like abstract art. Sometimes the stormtroopers march backwards. Read more...
Mr Kernish recently took a trip into a random stranger’s back yard, who he appropriately gave the name Kuat for security reasons, to take a tour (inside and out) of an incredible life-size AT-ST Walker that the awesome Star Wars fan built “mostly made from timber, plastic, and bits of scrap metal.” Mr Kernish’s entire […]
Remember the scene in Return of the Jedi where the Ewoks aimed two logs at an AT-ST Walker and obliterated it? These guys recreated that scene with a LEGO walker. They shot the destruction with a high-speed camera so we get to watch it in glorious slow motion. Show More Summary
Wired had some fun destroying a Star Wars LEGO AT-ST Walker (aka “Chicken Walker”) in slow motion using a pair of swinging plastic logs, just like the Ewoks did on Endor in Return of the Jedi. Here’s the behind-the-scenes video on how they pulled it off.
Watch as two swinging logs smash a 1,058-piece Lego AT-ST to pieces in slow motion, just like the Ewoks did. The AT-ST took around 3 hours to build and just 0.16 seconds to destroy. [WIRED] The post Star Wars Lego AT-ST Walker Gets Obliterated by Swinging Logs in Slow Motion [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
It seems almost compulsory that we start off with a dose of Star Wars. Here’s an epic AT-ST build that motorizes the iconic walker. That two-legger isn’t going to be lonely. It bigger-slower brother, the AT-AT got a bit of motorized love as well. What? You were expecting a BB8 build? We have one of those too. Show More Summary
You have seen the render, now have a look at Star Wars Battlefront’s AT-ST Walker stomping around the forest moon of Endor. The image was posted on the Star Wars Battlefield subreddit and confirmed as being in-game by an Electronic Arts community manager (thanks, Gematsu). All Terrain Scout Transports are just one of the vehicles […]
Anthony Herrera (previously featured here) is back with more awesome Star Wars snowflake geekery. This year we’ve been gifted with designs for Boba Fett, AT-AT and AT-ST walkers, Emperor Palpatine, Nein Nunb, Han Solo frozen in carbonite, and the ferocious Rancor. Show More Summary
Normally I wouldn't do so many Star Wars posts in a row, but Great Obi-Wan's Ghost, how could I not post this... It's made of metal and wood, and costs just under ten thousand English pounds (s...
Why, yes, it is a giant AT-ST Walker. (Credit: Hollywood's Finest) After a long, hard day at work, you deserve to come home to the welcoming "arms" of a somewhat-life-size-but-not-really AT-ST Walker from "Star Wars." So go ahead, click over to eBay and pick one up for $15,700. Show More Summary
eBay seller Hollywood’s Finest is selling what it claims to be a life-size replica of the All Terrain Scout Transport aka the AT-ST aka the Ewoks’ Bitch. However it seems…
Wow, great job on the thighs. This is the 16-foot All Terrain Scout Transport (AT-ST) replica for sale on eBay for £9,800 (~$15,700). The seller advertises it as life-size, but the Star Wars wiki I just checked (I did research for once!) says an AT-ST should stand 8.6-meters (~28-feet) high, so I'm pretty sure that's a lie. Show More Summary
UK-based tinkerer Mark (aka “Captain Bayley“) built a custom steampunk AT-AT Walker (Infernal Mechano-Perambulato) from the Star Wars universe as an engagement gift for his fiancée. Due to its popularity, Mark has since built a smaller steampunk AT-ST Walker (Infernal Dichoto-Velocipod). You can view more photos online via Flickr. photos by Captain Bayley via GeekTyrant, [...]