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501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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  1. Yeah, Samuel is with us all the way! He also scored this teaser.
  2. We just released the teaser for the series. Check it out here: Always happy to hear feedback and opinions. If you'd like to support the creation of the series, you can help us out on patreon.com/TransmutePictures
  3. It's been a while, but I thought I'd share this anyway: The short film was so much fun that we can't stop. Bucketheads is continuing as a mini-series with the help of my Garrison brothers and sisters. Shane Molina from Hawaiian Mako Design created another poster for us. I'll keep you updated as the project moves on. You can also follow us on the socials @Bucketheadsfilm
  4. Thanks Daetrin! That means a lot coming from you! We did build a specific stunt suit out of B grade pieces for those crazy antics. I would never ask anybody to do that to their actual kit haha.
  5. Thanks! We wrote the script back in February 2017. Then went to camera in September that same year after scraping the funds together and organizing all the people and parts that are needed to make a film. We filmed for 4 days initially, came back for a day of reshoots a couple of weeks later and eventually added the opening scene inside that spaceship in March 2018. The next 6 months were spent on creating the visual effects, which was almost exclusively done by my fellow garrison member SL-38405. The film was officially finished in June 2018 but we kept working on little improvements until the week before the online release.
  6. Thanks! It's really the only way to put on the bucket, and the idea of a pressure seal appealed to us, so our sound designer came up with this sound. He worked on Battlefront II so I guess you could say it's canon now?
  7. And here it is fellas: Snuck a little 501 reference in there
  8. Glad you're liking it! The film will be premiering on YouTube in one week. We've released a final trailer in the meantime: Luckily the main actor was my exact height and fit my own AP kit perfectly. Most of the featured TKs wore APs actually. Some ATAs are in there as well.
  9. Hey everyone, Just wanted to sharea fan film I've been working on for almost a year now with my fellow TKs from the Outer Rim Garrison. Hope you enjoy! EDIT: We just released a trailer for a follow-up series that we'll hopefully be able to film later this year!
  10. Awesome, thanks Tony! I've had help from countless people along the way, both here on whitearmor and from within my garrison, so thank you all so very much for helping me out and being such a great community!
  11. No problem Tony. How's this? If I cut any deeper it'll cut into the first grove.
  12. Thanks for the feedback! I took a solid 2 mm off the humps on the wrists: Sheesh, I can't believe I forgot to give due credit here: Terry/Pandatrooper did a phenomenal job on that blaster indeed!
  13. Name: Marco Bossow Legion ID: TK-62726 Forum Name: Atin Garrison: Outer Rim Garrison EIB Submission: http://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/39294-tk-62726-requesting-anh-stunt-eib-status-ap-655/ 501st Member Page: http://www.501st.com/members/displaymember.php?userID=21341&costumeID=124 Armor maker: AP Helmet maker: AP Blaster: Quest Design Height: 5'8" Weight: 150 lbs Canvas Belt: Robert Kittel Holster: Darman Hand Plates: Sonnenschein Boots maker: Imperial Boots Neckseal: Own made I reworked my shoulder strapping to be tighter and more forward facing. Gaps have been evened out. How did I not think of that earlier? So much better now! Mystery smudge has been cleaned up. I replaced the screws with smaller ones and painted them black. Onto the photos: Huge thanks to Jay, CoasterTK, for taking these for me! Let me know if you require any additional pictures. Cheers!
  14. Thank you very much for the approval and all the suggestions Sly, I'll get to work on those right away! Just checked out that mystery mark on my belt and it's just a smudge.
  15. Please consider my kit for EIB status. Name: Marco Bossow Legion ID: TK-62726 Forum Name: Atin Garrison: Outer Rim Garrison 501st Member Page: http://www.501st.com/members/displaymember.php?userID=21341&costumeID=124 Height: 5'8" Weight: 150 Armor maker: AP Helmet maker: AP Blaster: Quest Design Canvas Belt: Robert Kittel Holster: Darman Hand Plates: AP Boots maker: Imperial Boots Neckseal: Own made
  16. TK-62726 from the Outer Rim Garrison requesting 501st access. Thanks! http://www.501st.com/members/displaymemberdetails.php?userID=21341
  17. The approval process went way faster than I anticipated. TK-62726 reporting for duty! I could not have done this alone, so a special shout out goes to Terry/Pandatrooper and Jay/CoasterTK from my garrison, as well as Gary, Kris, and Aaron who have helped me here. You guys rock!
  18. The tab system works great, thanks again for the brilliant suggestion! I've also put some padding into the ab pieces and it fits really well now. I've tweaked a lot of other things including the strap length for the dropboxes, the shoulder bell position and the chest to back bridges. I've also added velcro to my boots to keep the shins in place and padded the thighs to keep them from getting caught in the sniper knee plate. Below are my submission pictures that I just submitted a couple of hours ago. Thanks again for everyone who helped me out! You can see the rest here: http://s1305.photobucket.com/user/Atin1337/library/501st%20submission%20photos?sort=9&page=1 Next up are helmet electronics. I should have started with those a while ago but better late than never. Just ordered ukswrath's fan system and SHA. Tonight I'm going to install the Aker. Don't know yet whether the ICOMM is worth it for me, seeing that others are hard at work with apps that basically do the same thing.
  19. Oh my. I've seen these tab systems before but just now did I get what they're for. Penny -> Dropped I should have enough ABS left to implement that system. Perfect, I'll do that. If it's fine for basic I'll leave it alone for now. I was planning on cutting those out eventually so I'll do it once I have my TK number. How to solve all my issues in a single post by Gary. Cheers to you mate!
  20. Okay, here's a big progress update: Attached my ammo belt, just have to repaint those rivets: After that I put on all the pieces together for the first time to see how they sit: I have since dropped the thighs a little lower so they don't collide with the cod piece. As you can see my kidney plate is flaring out on one side, so I think I'll put in some foam to push out the ab plate more: Even with the belt pushing the two pieces together it doesn't look right: On the other side the butt plate is pushing up in a weird way so I'll make the elastic there a little longer: Here's my belt with the holster attached: Since the taking the full suit pictures, I've finally glued the remaining outer cover strips: There's more weird stuff going on with the AP legs on the back side. Does this need to be/can this be fixed? Finally gotten around to paint all my ab buttons. For some reason the top grey one turned out lighter compared to the others so I'll redo that: As for gluing them on, I feel like I have a little bit too much overlap on the button strip when holding it onto the ab plate. Or this fine?
  21. I'm currently trying to get both sides attached with E6000 just because I might want to switch the plate out at a later point. It cracked on one of the inner corners from my attempts to bend it. Don't know yet whether that is going to work cause there's so little surface area. I'm about to drill the holes for the ammo belt and just want to double check that the markings are correct. Here's my dry fit: And here are the hole markings:
  22. Perfect, thanks for finding this. Even if the crooked plate is acceptable, I know it's going to bother the s&%t out of me so I'll attempt the water bath.
  23. After a triple sanity check I combined both your methods for extra peace of mind and it came out nicely. Now for the sniper knee plate... So far it looks like I'll have to choose between aligning it with the ridges and have it sit crooked or or have it sit straight with one ridge not aligned. I saw somebody fixing this issue by bending it slightly but can't find that build thread anymore... Suggestions?
  24. I'm about to drill the holes for the snaps in the ab plate that'll hold up the belt and just want to run the measurements by you guys. I'm was looking at the belt tutorial on this forum but my measurements differ quite significantly. Here's my belt. The female snaps sit quite a bit higher. I've cut a piece of painter's tape to exactly 335mm, marked a center line and attached it exactly 30mm below the upper belt line on the ab plate, which I marked with another piece of blue tape: Here's the left side: And here's the right side: Before I irrevocably turn my ab plate into a swiss cheese, is there anything I've overlooked?
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