It may look like an Imperial Walker on the outside, but you’ll find all the trimmings of home inside including soft lighting, plants and plenty of beds for you and your compatriots. To peek inside the immense structure, you’ll need to climb up several flights of stairs, after which you’ll will be greeted with vast living spaces instead of Stormtroopers with bad aim.
We must say, the AT-AT looks a bit out of place with transmission towers and power lines in the background -- it’s not quite the snow-covered landscape of the planet Hoth, but it’s an impressive feat nonetheless.
If you’re like to see how Ops_Specialist was able to create this magnificent structure, be sure to check out the four-part (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4). We doubt that you’ll have time to sit through the entire 8-hour long creation process, but it’s at least cool to skim through and see how much time and talent was devoted to making the AT-AT.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens Friday in the United States, and the movie is on track to be one of the biggest of all time (if not the biggest). The film has already secured over $100 million in pre-sale tickets in the U.S. alone, completely blowing past the previous record set by The Dark Knight Rises in 2012 ($25 million).
As for Fallout 4, it broke some records of its own, with Bethesda shipping over 12 million copies of the game and raking in $750 million in sales during its first day of availability.