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Sly11

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    atfranke@netspace.net.au

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    Queensland, Australia
  • Interests
    Star Wars, Snow skiing, collecting fine wine Ice Hockey.

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  • Centurion Granted Date
    20140929
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    Redback Garrison's First Centurion

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    Andrew
  • 501st ID
    11469
  • 501st Unit
    Redback
  • Troops Completed
    50

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  1. Thank you for your assistance Michael, i appreciate all your help. New sections created for specific changes that were on shared templates. ( no longer shared) This CRL update will be completed shortly.
  2. CRL updated except for issues with shared templates across a couple of costumes and detachments. These will be discussed with the LMO team when they are available.
  3. CRL unlock requested, I'll be busy getting this completed over the next day. If anyone has any last minute input, please add now. Once complete and LMO approved we shall announce it and also provide the 3 month grace period for anyone currently building. It will be left up to the individual to complete their costume to the current version or indeed grab the bull by the horns and build to the new update. The DO team will monitor this and have a copy of both CRL's on hand in their section of the forums. New CRL reference sheets will be made available in due course. I will speak to Wingnut (Jeff ) about creating new versions to suit for EI and Centurion to replace the existing versions available in the First Order Battle group area under the CRL's and and Checklist Quick access section.
  4. I know I have the info somewhere but buggered if i can find it I am positive I even have a clear close up image of it!!! Additional wording to the CRL to cover this point Level 3 On the ridged rail the third retaining button head closest to the elbow is a Hex bolt approximately 5mm head width. Decals or paint are not permissible.
  5. I'm looking to close out on this over the weekend (already Saturday afternoon here) Do we have the info or estimate size type of the bolt used on the Pic rail on the TLJ Fore arm. I'm thinking it would make a good finishing touch for those at Centurion only. Other levels would stay as painted or decal
  6. List of new Images, for CRL update: Model front & Rear (background removed and ready) Helmet Front and Side (background removed and ready) Shoulder Tab image (background removed and ready) New Forearm compilation (background removed and ready) Elbow gasket (background removed and ready) TLJ Thermal det compilation (background removed and ready) TLJ F11D L & R side images (background removed and ready) Electro prod (background removed and ready) Additional to be added at a later date Image gallery tab added with more detailed images of various parts
  7. Probably 501st members considering two are still part of this business to my knowledge.
  8. CRL Upgrade additions to be made shortly. New CRL Model Image at top Back Yoke Addition of support tabs image Thermal Detonator OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable): Small section of black around the base of the left extended end cap shall be present. The slot that runs across the top of the detonator shall have a black decal or be painted black at the bottom of the groove. OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable): The end cap is part of an inner cylinder that slides into the detonator assembly. The cylinder is completely painted black. It is visible through the top grove and back window(control Panel) The slot that runs across the top of the detonator should be cut through so the inserted black cylinder is visible Biceps The inner seam should be overlapped construction Forearms OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable): On the ridged rail the third retaining button head closest to elbow is to be painted grey or is a grey decal. · The boxes should sit against the forearm with minimal to no gap. OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable): The seam between the forearm boxes and the forearm should not be filled. The top (elbow end) of the forearms should be trimmed in the correct TLJ shape TFA cut is not permissible. On the ridged rail the third retaining button head closest to the elbow is a Hex bolt approximately 5mm head width. Decals or paint are not permissible. (Replace images with more accurate shape) F11-D Blaster changed from TFA to correct TLJ/Tros (New Images) Blaster may be scratch-built, or a modified commercial toy Stormtrooper blaster. · Details to be painted black, white and silver per reference photos. Blaster may have a picatinny rail on right side of barrel Blaster may have sling attached. OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable): Rear sight is painted black D-Ring shall be present on the rear end cap, rectangular in shape and painted white 3-D printed blasters can not contain visible print lines, and must be sanded smooth for a more realistic appearance. OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable): Working lights and working front torch are required. Front handle must be movable. Blaster must have a picatinny rail on front side of barrel (Requires Heavy version images so will only be changed once we have them) F-11D Blaster Rifle (Heavy) Blaster may be scratch-built, or a modified commercial toy Stormtrooper blaster. Similar to standard F-11D Blaster with extended stock attached. Details to be painted black, white and silver per reference photos. Blaster may have a picatinny rail on right side of barrel OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable): Rear sight is painted white 3-D printed blasters can not contain visible print lines, and must be sanded smooth for a more realistic appearance. OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable): 3-D printed riot baton can not contain visible print lines, and must be sanded smooth for a more realistic appearance. Working lights and working front torch are required. Front handle must be movable. Blaster must have a picatinny rail on front side of barrel NEW Additions: Riot baton The baton has a white base with two black triangles on both sides,a silver pommel, black side grips, and a silver handle perpendicular to the base. The end of the base has an extension roughly 1 foot long with 5 silver bands equally spaced apart. There is a black strip running down the center of both sides of the extension. At the end of the extension, there are two white half cylinder arms each with 5 silver bands equally spaced apart. The end of the half-cylinders are angled at roughly 45 degrees. OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable): 3-D printed riot baton can not contain visible print lines, and must be sanded smooth for a more realistic appearance. OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable): Riot shield and riot baton must both be present. Pauldron, backpack, ammo pouches and ammo vest shall not be worn with riot baton/shield combination. Baton should have working lights down length of both sides of the barrel, and top of rear housing, center of back triangle area. Electroprod TroS ONLY not other weapons to be carried Blaster Prod may be scratch-built or 3D printed. Details to be painted black, white and silver per reference photos. OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable): There is a small tube that runs from half way up the shaft to the head. 3-D Electrprods can not contain visible print lines, and must be sanded smooth for a more realistic appearance. OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable): Electroprod must have working lights, rows of red in top silver housing and blue in end prongs. (include Image)
  9. We need images of the TroS version of the F11D for that last section of this CRL update. Something that shows the difference that are presented in the text. I am almost done with preparing the new images for the changes and replacement of the CRL model with a much better representation. I am aiming to have the last of the images prepared by this week end, so if anyone has appropriate blaster , please get some photos and send them through to me.
  10. I polish mine before every troop! No hard and fast rules here, if you want to be shiny go for it, if you prefer the worn look, then that's perfectly fine too.
  11. Very exciting times are ahead for you Terry, you will never forget your first troop as a TK in the 501st. Welcome aboard.
  12. Was a pretty good episode and there is an awesome button at the end of the credits!!!!
  13. Welcome to FISD Jody! The First Order battle Group section of our forums will be your home to add a build thread and ask any and all questions you need. We are here to help in every way possible.
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