AT-ST : Asaki Gentaro - Painted - Non-scale
Size of the work (including diorama base): W100 x D150 x H170mm (some models stick out from the base in the D direction)
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
This is a diorama of a scene from the movie "Star Wars" where the enemy, the walking robot weapon AT-ST of the imperial army, and the soldier stormtroopers are scouting the area.
This diorama shows the AT-ST, a humanoid robot weapon of the Imperial Army, scouting out a path through the woods and over rough terrain.
Here, however, his right foot, raised slightly, shows that he is walking quietly.
The troopers with him are aware of their surroundings, and you can feel the tension in the air.
The AT-ST model is based on the mpc kit and has been modified to change the pose and increase the detail, before being painted with an airbrush to recreate the atmosphere of the film.
The trooper is one of a kind, made completely by himself by Asaki, who is very good at making dolls, and is a luxurious piece of work.
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