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  1. Do you know if this helmet file will be made available to purchase? I would love to print it myself. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  2. Hey, I don't know if you ordered a helmet yet but I found this one on etsy. It's symmetrical and looks pretty close to the game model https://www.etsy.com/listing/517031617/star-wars-stormtrooper-helmet-symmetric?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=star+wars+stormtrooper+helmet&ref=sr_gallery-1-1&organic_search_click=1
  3. You are a wizard at weathering. Looking forward to seeing more! Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  4. The rivets are mentioned in the Centurion requirements in the red text for the belt and abdomen armor. [emoji846] Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  5. The ANH style TD (although inaccurate) can be cleared for TKC basic, but you would need the correct style for the higher levels. Since this costume is structurally identical to the TKC, I left those same requirements in for this CRL.
  6. Yes, it does look like we need to adjust our cover strip. Here's the best shot of the bottom of that thigh that I could find. It's dang near impossible to look at that detail in game because you can't tilt the camera at the right angle to view it. We'll get you a new shot of that armor piece and of Holley wearing the kit with the adjustment made sometime within the next day or two.
  7. Holley and I got back from our first professional photoshoot with the new costume. All we have (for now) are the low-res JPEGs, but we'll get the hi-res versions later on for whichever photos we pick out. Photo credit goes to Avalon Photo: https://www.instagram.com/avalonphotonh/ A few highlights from the shoot:
  8. Sounds good! If we need to trim down and reattach the cover strip, we can. If this costume is good for approval, make sure the GMLs give it to Holley Barker and not me, as she is the one wearing the kit. I'll PM you with her email address and 501NEG screen name. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  9. Thread updated with CRL photos and application photos.
  10. Front: Right side: Right side, arm raised: Left side: Left side, arm raised: Back: Action shots: Helmet off: Profile: Misc. detail photos: Hopefully I didn't forget anything!
  11. Helmet: Neckseal, Undersuit, Gloves (borrow from ANH Stunt TK) Shoulder straps: Shoulder armor: Upper arm armor: Forearm armor: Hand plates: Chest armor: Back armor: Abdomen armor: Kidney & posterior armor: Belt: Thermal detonator: Thigh armor: Lower leg armor: Boots:
  12. Can do. I haven't sent anything yet - the stuff is still uploading to my imgur.
  13. CRL and application photos have been taken. Submitting to the LMO team now. I will be linking this thread along with the others I used for reference. Also, I don't remember if I mentioned this before, but this costume isn't for me. My partner, Holley, will be wearing and trooping this costume.
  14. Went ahead and added the ear stripes on our helmet. Taking the rest of the CRL photos now! Everything should be ready to go at some point tomorrow after we get home in the evening.
  15. Yeah, that's the right game. The models are directly extracted from the game's files. The amount of weathering on the models is what was intended to be in game... although it's sometimes hard to see in game play because of the lighting and environment. I booted up my Xbox and took these pictures of my TV screen. On Felucia, in certain lighting, it's easier to see that this costume is actually pretty dirty. Darth Aloha is right about the black stripe on the ear. Since it's seen in game, it ought to be seen on the real life costume.
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