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Rat

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About Rat

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    Social Media Relations (PRO)
  • Birthday 09/09/1971

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Vancouver, Wa
  • Interests
    Star Wars, Imperial security, music production, reading, movies.

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  • FISD Service Medals
    1
  • Centurion Granted Date
    20181218
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    ANH-S

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  • Name
    Jim but prefer Rat
  • 501st ID
    95970
  • 501st Unit
    Cloud City
  • Troops Completed
    10

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  1. Nothing wrong with painting the whole thing, but keep in mind you'll have to paint the bucket also. Now I've heard that WTF! is pretty a close color match.
  2. I won't try to say which armor is the best choice for anyone. But there are many good kits out there I have an Anovos stunt kit and a WTF Crimson kit both are decent enough for me and I've had no issues with either so far. When I built my Anovos kit I literally only had access to sandpaper, utility knife, dremel and some kitchen shears. So you can manage with minimal tools. Don't think or feel you need a lot of tools basic tools like a hammer, screwdriver, utility knife, x-acto knife and sandpaper and a snap setting tool is all you really need everything else is just to make it easier. Go
  3. No matter if you made it or not Garrett. It looks good. Also you know where to find me if you have questions.
  4. Lots of broken photos and no text at all. But it does have measurements.
  5. Looks better Garrett and glad I could help. Shoot me a message through FB if you have any questions.
  6. Hit up the folks at WTF they do them as well. Sent from my VK815 using Tapatalk
  7. Hey Dan I'm not familiar with printed armor or processes of it. I can tell you that if you're in TK armor it is typical to lose some of your mobility and sitting is not an easy task if you can manage it.
  8. Welcome Paige! It's always nice to see a partner step up to be a spotter for their trooper and be involved in the actual build process. Remember pictures are your best friend and no question is dumb or stupid.
  9. Somehow I just realized that adding costumes was exempt from the election lock out.
  10. Yeah from the photos I'm pretty sure you'll be okay once you get some mock strapping and your belt on.
  11. How much overlap is there? You could always add a bit of padding in there or try to shape it a bit. Even a little of both maybe? This is where we say photos are helpful as we can get a better idea of the issue.
  12. Yes always test fit everything prior to changing anything. Even a test fitting using painters tape holding the whole kit together. This way you get a feel of how it will actually fit on you.
  13. Yeah I forget you have to edit something to edit any part of the post. Sent from my 5054N using Tapatalk
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