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About TK-2865

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    Expert Infantryman

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    San Francisco, CA
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    Creative design, creative solution strategy, photography, costuming, sewing, prop making, model making, hiking, camping, and riding (motorcycles).


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    Golden Gate Garrison

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  1. Great build. Thanks for sharing. You mentioned what black and blue you were using. What gray did you use?
  2. Very nice. Can I get one of these? Please PM with costs/timeframe. Thanks.
  3. I am interested in one of these packs. Can you send the price via PM. Thanks.
  4. So this is my helmet collection . . . Honestly, when I put these photos and albums together today, I forgot that this was for this FISD forum (TK only). But, since I did the work to put these pictures together, I thought I would share anyway. ---------
  5. Wow Joey! I did't know you had so many helmets.
  6. Requesting access please. http://www.501stlegion.org/members/displaymemberdetails.php?userID=11134
  7. Below is what I was thinking for the profile picture. I noticed there is a background series that has been used for other profiles, that is fine with me. If there is a choice, I would prefer a dark Death Star hallway image, similar to the one in my mock-up. But, whatever works is fine with me. If you think there is a better crop, fell free to adjust. This is only a recommendation. Below the “Profile†mock-up, I have included the full-view version of the composite. You can download the PSD file here (60MB): http://www.bmunger.c...1.0_Profile.psd This file has all the layers labeled and ready to go for compositing. The profile “frame†in the file is only a placeholder. Profile Image Recommended Crop Full View Composite Image
  8. Thank you everyone. I am honored and very excited. It was a lot of work, but worth it.
  9. Thank you. I have not picked out a photo yet. Probably one that is not seen here. I took dozens of other action shots not shown in this post.
  10. Thank you all for the feedback. Here are new detail photos of the rear area showing the butt plate separate and lowered.
  11. Thanks. The belt is Canvas covered ABS. The butt plate is separate and I am working on new pictures of that detail.
  12. I would like to formally present my ANH Stunt Stormtrooper armor for EIB approval. Name: Brian Munger 501st ID: TK-2865 FISD Forum Name: TK-2865 Garrison: Golden Gate Garrison Below I have included several pictures. If additional pictures are needed, please let me know and I can upload. There are also additional poses and detail photos located here: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=255436&id=716786017&l=924570f599 Details: Armor: FX Helmet: AP Neck Seal: Ebay (Unknown Creator) Hand Plates: Karen in Austria Boots: CABoots Body Suit: Receka Blaster: Hyperfirm Thermal Detonator: Scratch built and using FX end caps and control pad. Holster: Scratch built out of leather. Back Belt: Scratch built Canvas covered ABS. Thank you for your consideration.
  13. I wanted to make sure I understand the requirements for the comlink before I removed my comlink. Currently I have a comlink on my belt but no grappling hook and I do have a thermal detonator mounted. The requirement says: "The grappling hook and comlink are substituted as a set in place of the thermal detonator, not worn in addition to it." So if I am reading this correctly, you cannot have either a comlink or a grappling hook if you have a thermal detonator. Correct? Meaning, in my case, I need to remove the comlink.
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