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TK8776 jgarrettg

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About TK8776 jgarrettg

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    jgarrettg
  • Birthday 10/13/2000

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    http://www.johngillilandstudio.com

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Washoe Valley NV (way out beyond the dune sea)
  • Interests
    My beautiful wife, Art, Star Wars....No kidding..Anything with a motor and wheels

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  • Name
    John
  • 501st ID
    8776
  • 501st Unit
    Central California Garrison

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  1. Holy smokes! Those are amazing. Superb!
  2. Nice work Andy. I can't wait to see this finish out.
  3. I'm in for sure. Will be watching this with great interest.
  4. Interesting. Are you planning on printing it full size? If only we could borrow Tony Stark's 3D printer.
  5. These suits look like they were made to be rugged. Much more expansion areas built in. If I got blowed up in my Anovos kit I'd be laying next to the crater naked. See those TK's running? That scene would look so different in Anovos kits. Parts flinging off. Blood squirting out. Troopers limping and tripping. Gotta hand it to these guys. They made armor you can move in and it still looks damn good. Can't wait to see this movie.
  6. Sorry to hear that Alan. I hope things get back to normal for you soon. Take it easy.
  7. Very sad news. All my prayers to her and her family. God speed Jenny.
  8. That's what its all about, right there. Great job guys! Report to bay 327 for your award ceremony. The only thing better would have been arriving at an empty hospital because everyone was cured and went home.
  9. I've had good luck fixing these cuts with a small sealing iron. They are used for applying monocote covering on RC airplanes. You could probably use a regular sized iron if you are careful. The good thing about a cut like this is that all the plastic is still there. An iron and a little bit of pressure will heat the plastic and push it back in on itself. I'd practice on a piece of scrap first. Good luck.
  10. Mark, please report to reconditioning. We must not have any creative independent thinking.
  11. This is awesome! Thanks for sharing this Alan.
  12. Lol, we literally did that at the same time. Now if only photobucket would cooperate.
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