AT-AT anatomy tee

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24 Responses to “AT-AT anatomy tee”

  1. tmccartney says:

    Thanks for being an ass, anonymous.

  2. bbonyx says:

    @ #14 FTW!!!

  3. yan mos says:

    awesome stuff once again from roger!

  4. nehpetsE says:

    Valdis,

    Those are obviously two MALE AT-ATs who just
    totally lost their ranking on Amazon…

  5. akbar56 says:

    my main concern is… no skeletal feet?

    Does the creature have nothing that it walks around on before it is put into it’s armor?

    Or does the empire butcher the feet of these magnificent creatures before re-purposing them?

  6. JArmstrong says:

    Fact: The Montauk Monster was an unarmored miniature AT-AT whose feet were neither amputated nor bound in order to fit into the podiatrically unforgiving exoskeleton.

  7. tmccartney says:

    Am I a bad nerd? I thought AT-ATs were fully mechanical. Or is that part of the joke?

  8. Anonymous says:

    I think it’s part of the joke, oddly this design concept makes more sense for the BSGverse than Star Wars. Fuck I’m a nerd.

  9. jccalhoun says:

    yes they are mechanical which, in my opinion, makes this kind of dumb. What next, a R2-D2 anatomy tee?

  10. nehpetsE says:

    You should seem them go at it during mating season!!!

  11. dagfooyo says:

    I fear this will only serve to confuse non-Star-Wars fans. Or is that the point?

  12. bugmaker says:

    I think the real fans know their AT AT anatomy, but goodness, if an AT AT with a skeleton messes the nerds up these days, what would they do if I told them the entire Star Wars universe was imaginary (and, like the rest of subjective experience therefor open to reinterpretation, or even playful exploration)? I don’t think AT ATs would work in reality, machine or otherwise. Must everything be plausible? rant, rant….

  13. bugmaker says:

    ….and an R2D2 skeleton would be cool.

  14. Oren Beck says:

    There’s a “Fork between the Compulsive Canon following crowd and “Everyone Else”

    So while some things may take that noncanon fork, let’s judge them on their own merit. As much joy lives in the orbit called “Canon be fracked,it looks *GOOD*” and from that spirit we can then enter realms of speculative mashups between fandoms etc. Like my comment of fixing the walker’s joint issues with nanites or supensors to lower it’s weight a bit. Go to a founding proto-Steampunkish work for Cavorite plates as a no energy required weight mitigation. See what a gleeful rethink of shoving Canons out the airlock gets:>

  15. Anonymous says:

    AWWWWWWW, i LOVE their tortoise skulls and teeny tails! <3

  16. Anonymous says:

    I think it’s genius.

    Here’s how they break them in :

    Here’s how they break them in.

  17. Anonymous says:

    This reminds me of Moist Productions’ Gummy Bear anatomy drawings:

    http://streetanatomy.com/blog/2008/05/28/anatomy-of-a-gummy-bear/

  18. Shawn Wolfe says:

    R2D2 already has a skeleton.
    His name is Kenny Baker.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Baker

  19. prunk says:

    well R2D2′s skeleton is pretty straight forward. Just ask Kenny Baker for his last cat scan.

    of course leave it to the rebels to attack these animals too. seriously, that’s like attacking the horse in a jousting match, not cool.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Oh my god, its like the whole concept is completely over half the poster’s heads.

    Yes AT-ATs are large machines with animal characteristics, such as LEGS for motion and a cockpit that looks like a HEAD and a BODY used for transportation.

    People who know the series realize all of this and can appreciate the absurdity of the design. And the people who don’t have been living under a rock for the last 20 years.

  21. adonai says:

    It’s like Great A’Tuin grew some legs…

  22. Anonymous says:

    Like the Evangelion Mecha, life form inside, mechanical out side.
    AT-field up to maximum!LOL

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