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About Sly11

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


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  1. I mentioned on one of the other post, that I added white gaffer tape on the inside of the center box across into the inside front of the thigh. I did this as an homage to the costume crew from the original movies who’s go to was white gaff tape to fix everything. It has been there on my thigh for 6 years and worked without fail. It allows a tiny amount of movement but stops the ammo belt from raising or dropping past a few mm. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. No we currently dont run on Discord. We use FB for announcements, a monthly mass mail out news letter but the forum is our primary place of business.
  3. Hey man, you are looking pretty awesome. Only things that stand out but will depend on your GML for basic are the shoulder bells. They have quite a gap at the top between the shoulder bridges. i can also see they are pulling the elastic out from under the bridges. In reality there should be little to no gap, so you can try a few things. Remove all the return edge at the base of the bells to get them flexible and sitting as close as possible the the biceps. Then shorten the top elastic straps to bring the tops in closer to the bridges. This is a higher level requirement so if you can make those adjustments it will put you in good stead for higher approvals. Also make sure the outer edge of your drop boxes are aligned with the ends of the plastic ammo belt, another requirement for higher levels and more screen accurate
  4. Might be a few years before we are allowed to fly anywhere at the current rate
  5. Restored by Sly11https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/28708-tk-11469-requesting-anh-stunt-centurion-status-ap140/ Restored by Sly11https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/28679-tk-11469-requesting-anh-stunt-eib-status-ap412/
  6. OK I discovered that even my own build threads for my E11 and AP armour were victims of ye ole PhotoBucket water mars. Now fixed. https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/28366-slys-ap-anh-stunt-tk-build/page/8/ https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/28297-slys-first-build-e-11-doppy-full-resin/ Restored by Me lol
  7. Indeed, just focus on getting your basic approval then all guns blazing for EI, and Centurion.
  8. Good luck Dan, dont forget, if your GML is comparing to the latest CRL you can direct him to our post regarding the grace period for any that has started building based on the previous version. https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/50062-rogue-one-tk-crl-update-2020/
  9. That's pretty cool Jessy Sorry i have no lead for you on the dog costume as yet.
  10. Awesome sauce, not long now and you will be finished basic approved and applying for higher levels, I have foreseen it
  11. Thanks Glen. I have started to build the CRL using your work Glen. Once complete it will go under LMO review Thanks for the effort you put in and those that started the original work last year. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Personally, I use the Novus plastic polish system. there are 3 grades available depending on the extent of the scratches, in a simple 1,2 ,3 system. The 1 is a high gloss spray on wipe and buff off to shine up your kit. 2 is for minor scratches and the 3 for heavier scratching and crazes. Mine has lasted me years and still going. No reason a reasonable car polish cant do the same, I just went with the specialty recommended for plastic.
  13. Some form of comfort is pretty darn important. Nothing worse than spending good money on your dream costume and not being able to wear it because it hurts too much. The small steps you are taking will have a big payoff in the long run. Great work so far. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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