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Sly11

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About Sly11

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  • Birthday April 11

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    atfranke@netspace.net.au

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

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    20140929
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    Redback Garrison's First Centurion

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    Andrew
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    11469
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    Redback
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  2. Hi James, this is a pretty old thread but to try and help answer your question, if it is a 3D printed helmet and you are looking for something that sands very easily, consider wood putty or window seal putty. Much of it is water based so quick dry and very easy to sand. After that i would consider a filler primer in a rattle can. You could also use a spray putty, but because it tends to be thicker, you may well lose some smaller details, like the side ear markings. Primer filler is great because it is also easy to sand and can be painted directly over.
  3. For Sale trade section (Detachment members) all old post save a couple on page 1 archived, most were already done so. Have changed to green on list.
  4. You have made this quite the habit lol, another huge congratulations Ardeshir, looking fantastic and passing with ease.
  5. I think you can save it Ian. If you have some scrap ABS you can use it to create a backing patch to go inside the shin. Then fill that melted recess with Bondo and sand it smooth. If you have no scrap, you can buy A4 size sheets of 1 mm thick HIPS on ebay which I have found very hands to reinforce the back of cracks in my armour. because it's thin it curves and bends easily and I usually use CA glue to bond it behind the surface that needs repair. You got this.
  6. Wow Jonathon, just wow. Beautiful clean presentation. Good luck but I don't think you will need it.
  7. Just back on the blaster, it is not a requirement for basic approval to have a weapon, so you have some time up your sleeve even after approval to find something suitable.
  8. Sly11

    TFA FO TK Belt

  9. Welcome aboard Alejandro, I look forward to your progress.
  10. Keep those Centurion applications coming in folks, we are getting close now, so if you are currently ranked Expert Infantry, here is your chance to step up and make the 500. In case some were wondering, we have had a few recently achieve Centurion but these members have already reached Centurion rank with other armour so although approved for their latest costume, they dont add to this tally, hence why the number doesn't drop. First time centurions are what bring the number down, so get involved and step up today
  11. Yep looks Identical just done in white plastic. Still looks more accurate than the Anovos basic TLJ bucket as they have the jib the correct shape on the black series, just a few construction lines that are not right. A few Mods and it will be pretty schmick.
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