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CAPN FUZZMA

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About CAPN FUZZMA

  • Rank
    Corporal
  • Birthday 07/31/1995

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  • Website URL
    https://www.facebook.com/calvin.mondragon

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Windsor, Colorado
  • Interests
    Airsoft, Bowling, Hiking, Fishing

Standard Info

  • Name
    Calvin
  • 501st ID
    18188
  • 501st Unit
    Mountain Garrison

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  1. It looks like theres tabs on the front of the ab to glue to the back parts of the ab. I would glue the back to those 2 tabs to that. Might take away the seem to almost nothing. Can you slide on the ab either over the head or like pants? If you can then I wouldn't worry about having the line cut in the back to put on. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  2. Is there any way you can post a few pictures of the helmet? Curious to see how it looks because I have been digging around trying to find a more accurate helmet and couldn't for the life of me find a decent .stl file. As for the armor, there have been 2 makers that I have seen but not completely sure on the accuracy. Someone else on here put his link down in the 3d files section so I assume its pretty decent. He apparently made a Deathtrooper too or something I believe. Hope this helps! https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/463962512/3d-model-of-stormtrooper-armor-first here is the link.
  3. Hello! This was a debate at one point on the FB page that we have not sure of on here exactly. But the sabatons are supposed to go on top of the spats for TFA. The suit was thrown together in the last bit of filming because the character wasnt part of the script till the end(hence the minimal amount of screen time in TFA). That's why she also has the outer shins in TFA and not TLJ. They needed to make longer legs or something but didnt have time or some jazz. Who knows. The suit is even held together in some parts with alumin tape lol! But you do see them in the BTS shots with them over the spats as well. And when they set the suit up at Celebration they were that way as too. Glad to see another Phasma in the works!! Cant wait to see it. Do you have a build thread already? Or on the FB group too? Just curious Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  4. Hello. Sorry for the late response I'm hardly on these boards lol. But the Anovos helmet is approveable as long as the chroming matches the entire armor kit. We have a few Phasmas with the helmet that are approved. I have the Jim helmet and got approved with it, others have the Thorsson helmet as well. Saw a few 3d printed ones out there as well. Good luck finding one! Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  5. Welcome Michael! Heard great things from WTF and glad to see another trooper in the Colorado area! If you haven't already join the forum for the Mountain Garrison at http://www.mg501.com/ Create a build thread there as well and check for armor parties and members that are near you. We all want to help and see that your dream becomes a reality!
  6. Finally getting around to requesting access. TK-18188(Calvin Mondragon) https://www.501st.com/members/displaymember.php?userID=24739&costumeID=368 Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  7. Well I totally spaced on posting my build thread on here and sorry for that. But as of May 18, 2017 my Captain Phasma got approved. TK-18188 reporting for duty! Sent from my SM-G920P using Tapatalk
  8. Hey TK4205 i emailed imperialgaskets@gmail.com a couple days ago and haven't heard back yet. Know your busy and all, just checking to see if you recieved my email. Thanks Sent from my SM-G920P using Tapatalk
  9. Email sent. These look amazing Sent from my SM-G920P using Tapatalk
  10. Awesome! She was working on mine last week so hopefully soon thatll be here. Got the rubberized version too. And its not necesarrily wary of the tool itself, ive sanded down car parts and stuff. But its the fiberglass. Dont have any experience with it and ibheard from someone you want to be super carefull with the front sanding and exposing the fibers. But seems like everyone on this thread says do it lol. So ill end up getting out the palm sander. What did you do with the little dimples that were around the armor and helmet? Sand it down to smooth or put in a bondo/filler? Sent from my SM-G920P using Tapatalk
  11. Glad to "meet" you to lol. And ya, ive talked to jessica a little. Shes actually doing my cape. Cause theres no way in heck thay i can sew lol. Im only a little cautious with palm sanding cause I'm afraid of doing too much. But seems like yours has been going great! Sent from my SM-G920P using Tapatalk
  12. Ya Molly I'm part of that group. Calvin Mondragon. And I thought about the hand sander, I have a few. But for me at the moment I really like being able to just hand sand. I get a better feel with armor and with what I'm doing. But phase will probably pass lol. Jim's kit is absolutely amazing and so easy to work with. Very happy with it so far
  13. Not a lot done today, but was able to give the armor a good wash to get all the dirt and grime off of it. Did a quick glance on the inspection to feel and look for cracks, bumps, dimples, etc. Gonna let it all dry overnight and hopefully after work tomorrow start sanding the inside to get rid of those nasty fiberglass hairs.
  14. Alright sweet! Will definitely be in contact with some local places. Heard that it can be a pain to find a shop that will do this project. But thanks for letting me in on that possibility.
  15. I plan on having it vac-metalized. I didn't know that they would do the surface work. I should obviously do the bondo and get it all smooth tho right? and let them finish it from there?
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