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SolidScrafty

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About SolidScrafty

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  • Birthday 08/04/1994

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    Maine, USA

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    Mike
  • 501st ID
    80494
  • 501st Unit
    New England Garrison

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  1. 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
  2. Thread updated with CRL photos and application photos.
  3. 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!
  4. 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:
  5. Can do. I haven't sent anything yet - the stuff is still uploading to my imgur.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Love the weathering. Can't wait to see more! Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  10. I used these references for my build. https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/18339-high-resolution-kashyyyk-stormtrooper-images-35-images/ https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/18651-proposed-requirements-for-the-phase-stormtrooper/ The weathering and paint chips are in the same spots on every variant of TFU armor, so I used whatever reference I found which had the highest resolution - in this case it was the prologue Kashyyyk TK. The only difference between the KTK and the regular TFU TK is the helmet. I also want to make sure we don't call it the "Phase III Stormtrooper".... that's an unofficial name coined by one of the forum members here. Lol
  11. First post edited. I copied and pasted the text from the TK Commander, and removed all references to the blue markings. Another change I made was to make weathering a basic requirement for approval. I strongly believe that if one is to build this costume, it should be made to be recognizable as the trooper from the game. That will help this costume to stand out from the other basic white TKs. I also decided not to include the holster as an optional accessory... because this trooper doesn't have one! And neither do the other TFU troopers, for that matter. I would suggest those CRLs be edited to remove the holster. That shouldn't stop people from adding one in later for trooping purposes - I just don't believe they should be present on the costume during the application process.
  12. Sorry to revive this old thread, but I just built this costume. Is it safe to say this CRL would be green lit as soon as pictures of the costume are submitted and reviewed? I know there were some recent changes to the CRL of the TK Commander, from which this would pretty much be a copy+paste, minus the blue markings. I'll be setting up the backdrop and taking photos tomorrow evening if everyone's on the same page as far as the costume requirements go.
  13. At least one member of our GML team has already seen it in person I shaved off a lot of plastic early this morning and this is the result: Still need to smooth down the cut edges with a sanding bit and trim down the size of the shoulder bells and biceps. Installation of the knee plate and thigh ammo strip will be next.
  14. Been thinking about building this one for a while, and finally got around to it. The costume is very nearly done, or at least we thought it was until we did our first test run. My partner is a little short and skinny for a Stormtrooper at about 5'8'' and 110 lbs. There is still much trimming and re-sizing to do on this Anovos kit (thank goodness for E-6000), but we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. This costume is basically a TK Commander but without the blue stripes. No one's done this one before (to my knowledge), so we'll need to make a new CRL. Most of it should be an easy copy+paste of the requirements from the Commander, and I'll provide the CRL pictures once we're ready to suit up for approval pics.
  15. Didn't want to be THAT guy, but you should hold up a minute on all of this. You can't use any of these images as official reference. These are fan-made skin mods for Star Wars Battlefront. And a screengrab from Gerry's Mod? The only game the Stormtrooper Commander officially appeared in is Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. Therefore you should only be using assets from that game to make decisions on CRL changes.
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