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baldormoline

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About baldormoline

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    Lieutenant
  • Birthday 10/28/1965

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Marietta, GA
  • Interests
    movies, motion graphics, drawing, visual effects

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  • Name
    Martin
  • 501st Unit
    Georgia Garrison

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  1. I finally got my armor this time last year, and I am just about ready to take pictures for approval. I have had to replace a few pieces of armor, and I traded my finished bucket to a friend in the 501st for an unfinished one. I have been taking my time, and making sure that everything is as good as I can get it. So, don't ever stress over how fast you can get your armor to the point where you are happy with it. Sent from my SM-T217T using Tapatalk
  2. I used Tamiya white surface primer, and then Tamiya gloss white. I let each layer of paint cure for forty-eight hours. It became a great hard-as-nails white cover for both the ab rivets and the helmet screws. Sent from my SM-T217T using Tapatalk
  3. I have seen where others have used similar metallic paints on their blasters, and had great results. Just be sure to put a good dark primer down first. Sent from my SM-T217T using Tapatalk
  4. Marcus, when will you have these for sale? You last posted almost two months ago, and I don't see any other postings. If you aren't going to sell the finished product, then at least please allow those of us across the pond the .stl files, so we can print our own.
  5. I too would be interested in getting the stl file for 3D printing a set for myself. I have great outside pieces, but the innards didn't come with them.
  6. Hello Nick, and welcome to FISD! Marietta, GA on the other side of the pond here! Sent from my SM-T217T using Tapatalk
  7. Christine, how well does your throat mic work? I am asking, because I would like to get the same one next month.
  8. Hello, and welcome! Sent from my SM-T217T using Tapatalk
  9. What is the handle made of? Sent from my SM-T217T using Tapatalk
  10. What is the handle made of? Sent from my SM-T217T using Tapatalk
  11. I have seen where some folks have taken wet newspapers and lightly wiped them onto their armor to replicate the on screen look of the dirty edges and such on the stormtroopers on the ships and the Death Star. That would be about the extent of weathering to do, unless you are wanting to do a sandy or HWT.
  12. The notch is out of frame in the picture. What we are seeing is the top part of Jorge's connection flap for the right side of the kidney plate. Go back further in his initial build, and you will see what it is. His build has already been approved, but he was posting information about his changes for a double snap connection to prevent armor falling apart during .troops Sent from my SM-T217T using Tapatalk
  13. I haven't heard anything about them ceasing production of the great replica weapons. However, I do know that their E-11 also comes from a new mold that started with the new elites early last year. As far as I know, the B-grade replicas should be from the pulls of this mold. I will know a little more when I get my B-grade in a week or so. Sent from my SM-T217T using Tapatalk
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