Colin Furze can't be stopped. UK's nutty "just a plumber" maker has outdone us all and himself with his newest building project, and this time it's more kid friendly than a hoverbike. Anyone sane who's watched Star Wars has imagined riding in an AT-AT. They're skyscraper sized robot elephants that shoot lasers and they're arguably the coolest mechanical invention in the franchise. (Don't argue though, I don't care what you think.) Can you imagine getting to play inside one as a kid? I would have lost my mind.
Luckily, Colin Furze appears to have already lost his and is prepared to pass that on to his kiddo. This video covers his month-long process for building a faithful, articulated, and bonafide enormous walker based on a Star Wars™ AT-ACT™ model from Rogue One™™™.
And below is the finished project, a hangout so goddamn righteous and over the top that no kid should have it. But I'm still going to sulk all holiday season because no one will ever love me or their youtube channel enough to make me one.