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tightlines

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About tightlines

  • Rank
    Lieutenant
  • Birthday 12/02/1972

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

FISD Info

  • Centurion Granted Date
    20131119
  • EIB Awards
    1
  • EIB Cohorts
    ANH-S

Standard Info

  • Name
    Tim
  • 501st ID
    88980
  • 501st Unit
    Wisconsin Garrison
  1. I have tried that and it does not paste it into the message. It is very strange.
  2. Oh man! I am trying to enter photos and I cannot paste anything into the post! Any help?
  3. Well, here goes! I have been working on my little guys TD armor that I purchased from Walt. I have been taking photos along the way while I have been building and just now put them into photo bucket. I apologize I have so many at once. I have been trying to build this as accurate as I possibly can with what is available. I can't use traditional strapping as I want to build it so he can be in it for a few seasons. This is for all the dads and little dudes out there that want to be on the bad side!
  4. Beautiful application man! A fantastic set of armor for sure. One thing they may hit you on is the return edge on you shoulder bells and biceps. Here are a few photos if they help out. Well done trooper.
  5. Now time to submit for EIB trooper! Great looking armor my friend.
  6. Welcome aboard brother! Congrats on the new armor and I am sure you are looking forward to your first brown box. Best advice is to shoot for at least EIB right out of the gate. You will find it is not any more work to get the extra accuracy if you do it from the beginning. You will find that everyone on the forum will be more than happy to help you with your build. I think what helped me out the most when I started, was looking at a bunch of builds on the forum. Look at pinned builds and use them as a bit of a template. Make sure it lines up with all of the EIB requirements so you don't
  7. Quick note! Build to EIB right out of the box brother. Go the extra mile, it is way worth it! Myself or our Wisconsin attaché Brian Rodgers can help with any questions on making your armor the best it can be without a ton of extra effort. We have both been through it.
  8. We should inspire all our new troopers to strive for EI! It truly was no more work (other than a bit of research) to reach EI or Centurion. Going into my first build I wish I was prompted to go the extra mile on it. I have converted my first TK to a TD that just was approved for police officer status. I ordered an new set of TM armor and did it the right way from the start. Soooooo much easier to do all the details from the beginning than pulling apart all those parts coated in E-6000. I like the movement! Push all troopers to the best accuracy. Well done on this fellas!
  9. Not yet Walt. I get to start working on it next week full on!
  10. Welcome aboard my friend. You are in a happy place!
  11. Outstanding dude! Congrats on the new armor.
  12. Welcome Jason! Another member of the Wisconsin Garrison? I live in Green Bay and I have built three sets of armor. We live close enough, if you have questions give me a shout! Tim
  13. Hi Jeroen. I was wondering what you used for boots for your daughter? I am working on the little TD for my son and that has been difficult finding anything remotely accurate.
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