so I just picked this up at a not-so-local Kmart. The slight weathering/battle damage on it is nice, and the muddy feet to me don't look bad at all. They brown is uneven on both legs (as opposed to be uniform) and is a nice matte finish making it look like mud that is dried and caked on. Gotta say I like it alot and with a Stormtrooper poppin out the top and a speederbike and scout troopers whizzing around the feet, he looks awesome.
The only thing I don't like, as others have said, is that the feet are rather unstable. The weight of the head and the Empire's design lol put the center of gravity at a weird position. I used a small screwdriver and tightened all the joints and pulled the legs out just a little so once I have it in a good pose the head's weight doesn't bring it down. I might even mount it on it's own little plexi stand if it needs more stability. All in all I'm pretty happy with the purchase. I snagged it now because you know once Christmas shopping starts they'll be really hard to find
Last edited by DontDissTheFett; 08-10-2012 at 06:10 PM.
Jedi Masters used to rely on awesome instead of CGI
Any loose in hand pictures?
"Whenever I thought of new figures about a year ago, I saw good sculpt and great paint, now I see good sculpt, but figures that look like glossy chocolate."Think about it for a while. Now I bet you're hungry.
Picked this up today. The plastic is softer than the walmart at-st, and the weathering is done real good.....it looks real nice.
The only thing that still sucks is it still falls over too easy and this one has loose clicky joints in its knees and feet
This is what I want - a Dorvack named Gazette. Got one? Please, please, pm me.
I found two of these at a Kmart in London, Ky today. I almost bought one, but put it back and bought the new Lego Jabba's Skiff set, instead. I suppose I'll go back and get the AT ST this week, but I'll have to dwell on it first.
Saw this one yesterday at kmart, but passed on it for now.