Star Wars - AT-AT Driver Cube Craft Free Paper Toy DownloadThis  cube craft paper toy is a AT-AT Driver (aka AT-AT Pilot), a Minifigure that specializes in piloting the All-Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT), from the film Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (aka The Empire Strikes Back), the papercraft created by SKGaleana. There is a normal scale AT-AT Pilot paper model on the site: Star Wars – Imperial Army Pilot (AT-AT Driver) Free Papercraft.

Selected from hardened Imperial Army troopers, Army pilots were often considered as the best of the best, spending hours in training simulators. They were trained in guiding walkers across all sorts of terrain, and were taught to use plain sight terror tactics, giving them an arrogant attitude. Most pilots had strong ties to their walkers, believing they were just extensions of their walkers and vice versa.

Unlike normal Stormtroopers, they have Imperial Symbols on their helmets and a Pilot torso. In 2010, the pilot sports a new helmet mould and printing as seen on the right. They fought in the Battle of Hoth where they piloted the AT-AT walkers towards the Rebel base to attack the rebels. They share the same helmet mold as a TIE Pilot.

You can download this cube paper craft toy here: Star Wars – AT-AT Driver Cube Craft Free Paper Toy Download

For this paper model, we recommend that you use the material (Paper, Paint, Glue, etc.) to make. Here are Great Deals, and here are 100s of card making ideas. There is FREE sewing patterns that you may need.

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