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  1. Gotta love those doggy stormtrooper costumes!
  2. Thanks for sharing this, ask382. I had a chance to look at the helmet file and it actually appears to be very similar to the in one in fisherk's pepakura file link and is the one I'm currently editing to make printable. I think what I did was open the .PDO file in pepakura viewer and then export the .OBJ of that out. Here's kind of where I'm sitting at right now with modeling touch ups: I've been using a technique to smooth the model in 3ds Max called turbosmooth. It still needs a lot of work and I've only gotten the chest, helmet, back and shoulders bells about mostly done. I'm c
  3. Thanks so much everyone, I'll keep you posted on progress. I found the .OBJ file here: http://www.therpf.com/showthread.php?t=242693&highlight=fisherk2 I believe Fisherk2 used that ripped game model and went ahead to make a pepakura version of it. He was kind enough to share it as well: http://www.therpf.com/showthread.php?t=244012&highlight=fisherk2 I cross-referenced the geometry and it appears like the topology is the same as the ripped game model on all the pieces except the helmet. So I'm not sure where to give credit for that. The files aren't quite ready to be
  4. Hi all, First time poster here - I'm currently working on a extra small version of Stormtrooper armor. At 5'2 and 120 lbs I have enough trouble finding well fitting clothing as it is. So, I've decided to 3d print my own customly sized suit. I started from various files I was able to download on the RPF forums, which I believe were originally ripped from a Star Wars app. I scaled them down to fit over a 3d scanned version of myself, made them high poly and 3D printable and printed out so far the chest, back and shoulder bell armor. I'm wondering if anyone has input in re
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