And here we are, the last of our merry Star Wars vector downloads – the AT-AT.
We try to be really careful with all copyrights here at M4P. The original AT-AT design art for the AT-AT was created by Jory Raphael. It is available to download free for personal use (or professional use if you purchase), so even though it is available for free, we don’t want to share a live version of his artwork on our site. So you’ll need to go to iconfinder.com and download it there. Then you can import it into our pattern. I left a light grey screened template, so you’ll know exactly how it fits together.
This post will not help you with your Jedi skills.
It will not help you host the best Star Wars party ever.
And it will not help you even a little bit in trying to figure out whether it was Han Solo who REALLY helped Luke destroy the Death Star, or if it was mostly due to bad piloting on that second TIE fighter’s part.
BUT, this video will put a big smile on the face of even the most cranky Besalisk’s face.
Sometimes I really do miss the pre-CGI days! We just watched Empire Strikes Back (to get inspired when making our Halloween costumes, which will be posted soon!), and we marveled at how amazing the big battle on Hoth still looks…almost 25 years later. My favorite part is watching the Walkers. When watching, I could feel the weight of those walkers. I could feel the creaking in their knee-joints. Stop motion filming adds weight, gravity and substance in a way that CGI just can’t.