AT-TE and LAAT-C 1/250th scale by Dmitriy Dobranovskiy

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Sometimes really small models, well, they look like crap, people use too heavy or thick paper. Your model looks great!! Nice and symmetric. :)
 
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Only paper I have is 20# copy paper, and some 67# sheet stock. This model was printed on the 67# stock. so far, no problems caused by paper thickness.
 
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The plans include a small section in the top right of page one, called "additional parts" knuckles for the legs, armor plates, and gun faces, so they intended some greebeling.
 
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So far I have added the 4 small armor plates to the belly section, and the large two knuckles to the large center legs. I'll get the rest added tomorrow.
 
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I added the extra pieces to the legs and front turrets of the All Terrain Tactical Enforcer. I don't know if they can even be seen in these pictures.
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I'll try playing around with the camera settings of my new Note 20 Ultra, it's supposed to have some truly great camera capabilities. But I'm a Noob when it comes to camera stuff.
 

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Hah, you might be laughing. However, I guarantee, if the Trade Federation had had some of THESE

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the Clone Wars surely would have ended differently..!

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Nothing like going to the pet supply store, that your pest control guy recommends, and asking for 100 Dubia roaches, 60 mealworms, and 30 superworms, to feed 5 leopard geckos for a month...
But I got started on the LAAT-C, pieces 1,2,3A and B, Right and Left. 6 pieces so far to get to the last pic...
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the "instructions" are just 4 line drawings with piece number call outs, but no exploded views, so I am just guessing how to fold these.
 

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I got the lower side pieces added, had a minor accident while waiting for glue to dry on the wing lamination, was mixing base sealer for D&D dungeon tiles, and had some of the sealer spill, luckily none got on this model or the parts sheet.
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It turns out, that most of the assembly follows part numbers, but still, ya gotta figure out how to fold things yourself. I found no "fold lines" per say on the sheets, and I extrapolated the fold lines, from the tab locations, missed once so far...

Since the D&D dungeon tiles are just foam-core and foam stock, I'll start a different thread for them under "other materials"
 

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I added the extra pieces to the legs and front turrets of the All Terrain Tactical Enforcer. I don't know if they can even be seen in these pictures.
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I'll try playing around with the camera settings of my new Note 20 Ultra, it's supposed to have some truly great camera capabilities. But I'm a Noob when it comes to camera stuff.

This model came out great.. If you add in how small it is, it's almost unbelievable. I am very impressed (not that my impression means anything means anything) but I am. I have Bratwurst fingers. That model would get lost under my fingernail!! :)
 
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everything is done, except the mating of the AT-TE to the belly of the LAAT-C. If I had some tiny magnets, I could have made the two separable. Alas I will have to glue them together. last pic shows how they sit now, "clamps" glued to the 'shoulders' of the AT-TE, and 'arms' ready to be assembled around them.

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I truly suck at making small cone shaped pieces, small cylinders, I can roll around a dowel, but cones??? Ohh well.