#StarWars fans come up with some of the most unique and creative designs out there. From videos such as the ‘Darth Maul: Apprentice’ one to a mini-flying speeder bike toy, these dedicated fans have shown us how passionate they are creating things from a galaxy far, far away.
With #RogueOne less than a week away from release, another fan has released something extraordinary.
Youtuber ColinFurze has come up with yet another incredible project. The man behind the infamous Wolverine claws and his Assassin’s Creed hidden blade and rope launcher has crafted something Star Wars related this time around.
Colin and his team built a working AT-ACT (All Terrain-Armored Cargo Transport) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The Imperial Walker is a watered-down version of the one used during the Battle of Hoth in #TheEmpireStrikesBack. Basically, he manufactured an exact replica of the Galactic Empire's enormous vehicle with incredible accuracy.
Watch the video below and prepare to be amazed:
What Kind Of Features Does This Walker Include?
You might think building a massive machine like this one would be enough, but Furze goes the extra mile. Not only has he built the Walker from the ground up, but he also included tons of details inside the iconic Star Wars vehicle.
As the video shows, the Walker has a hydraulic step ladder that comes down to allow for a look inside, where there’s a whole host of memorabilia (sponsored by eBay) that would make any Star Wars fan go crazy. Lightsabers, Stormtrooper helmets, Star Wars action figures, and LED lights are just some of the items under the hood.
But my favorite part of this video is the frontal features of the AT-ACT. Furze could have just left the front alone, but instead designed the cockpit to move its head back and forth. With a flick of a button, the laser canons on the side of its head also move up and down.
This Is Fan Dedication At Its Finest
This project proves that nearly anything (and I mean anything) can be done when you put your mind to it. It must have taken him months to complete this thing, but he finished and the final product is tremendous.
The amount of work involved in creating achieving a project of this magnitude is impressive, most impressive. But Furze and his team managed to make it work and were nice enough to show it to the world via social media.
I am completely blown away at some of the things die-hard fans are able to come up with. It seems like every so often, someone comes up with another astounding idea whether it’s from Star Wars or another property such as Marvel. There are many creative minds out there who are dying to make the next best thing.
My advice is to keep doing what you're doing and this video should help inspire any fan in the creation of their next project.
Furze was nice enough to also include an 11 minute video on how he constructed his AT-ACT from start to finish.
You can also check that video out down below:
What did you think of Furze’s videos of the A? What sort of project would like him to try next? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!
Check out the trailer for Rogue One below.