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gmrhodes13

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About gmrhodes13

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  • Birthday 10/23/1965

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    20121223
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    Q - (Glen)
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  1. I believe you need a minimum of 5 posts to be able to post in some areas
  2. Hello and welcome aboard, good luck with this journey
  3. I use a heat gun but after A LOT of practice, ABS plastic is a very strange animal to heat and because it's under stress as it has been heated and pulled it can easily let go and revert back to it's former shape. A lol of people use hot water bath's which is a little kinder but still you have to be careful especially with pieces that are curved and under stress. Practice with scrap pieced of ABS plastic is a must for the uninitiated
  4. I agree, I have read a few threads on plot leaks and what could have been sounded a lot more feasible, I'm still hoping we see a directors cut at least it would give the movie a few fill in spots which could help to explain a few things
  5. Great news congratulations. Reinforcing the yoke is a definite must. Hopefully Anovos will eventually get their act together, fingers crossed
  6. Stunt helmets have 3 screws on the ears and 4 ear bumps, which yours appears to have, Hero have 2 screws and 3 ear bumps There are also the different amount of teeth, Stunt have 8 cut outs, Hero 6. You can compare the differences on this spreadsheet here You may need to do a little bit of work touching up the paint, doesn't quite fit in the recessed areas well, also tube stripes ideally are a pencil width from the cheeks Also trim a little more from around the eyes, be amazed how much extra view you have. Some references There is also a great Gallery section full of screen references here you may wish to have a look through. With regards to costume approval that goes through your local GML (garrison membership liaison) so you may wish to contact them
  7. You may need to do a little bit of work touching up the paint, doesn't quite fit in the recessed areas well, also tube stripes ideally are a pencil width from the cheeks Also trim a little more from around the eyes, be amazed how much extra view you have. Some references
  8. It's a bit hard to have a generic file, counters are differently sized depending on what you use, also customizing numbers.
  9. Probably was done in the real early days, unfortunately a lot of images and information has been lost over the years with software and hosting changes. Good luck with the research
  10. Hello and welcome aboard, you could also have a look through some of the build threads to see examples of maker armor
  11. Well I have a laser ax but not a Commander Pyre, the animated helmets I've seen aren't quite there yet, although I've tried to give some feedback
  12. Anyone working on a Commander Pyre (animated) can now add a laser ax to their optional weaponry
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