Hardcopy Prototype for AT-ST Driver Action Figure
Aesthetically speaking, the AT-ST Driver is one of the severest figures in the Star Wars line. It's as stiff and unyielding as one of those ancient Egyptian statues hewed out of quartzite or greywacke.

Much of that is due to its sculptor: The figure was created by Bill Lemon, out of the hard material known as acetate. You can tell this hardcopy, composed of Dynacast, derives from an acetate model by the way in which its torso splits in half. It's a construction that was carried over from Lemon's original sculpt.

Description by: Ron Salvatore
Photo: Broc Walker
From the collection of: Broc Walker
Country:United States
Film:Return of the Jedi
Category:Prototypes / Action Figure Related


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