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501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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    Centurion

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  • Location
    Quebec, Canada

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  • Centurion Granted Date
    20180525
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  • Name
    David
  • 501st ID
    41123
  • 501st Unit
    Forteresse Impériale

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  1. Great to hear you're started! Good luck on your build and show us some photos! ;P
  2. Hi there and welcome! Hot baths are a good way... can't wait to see some pics of your progress!
  3. That's the way to go mate, good job! So fun isn't it once you're started! The ab buttons lool good... Did you check them where they're supposed to go on the ab to see how they fit? Keep up the good work! Sent from my LG-M470 using Tapatalk
  4. Great work! You should not have any problems reshaping them if you go a little bit a time! Sent from my LG-M470 using Tapatalk
  5. Looking good mate! No it's time to change that avatar picture! [emoji14] Good job! Sent from my LG-M470 using Tapatalk
  6. For the right snap, I went around 20mm from the top and from the side. Sent from my LG-M470 using Tapatalk
  7. Yeah, canon width for the arms cover strips is 15mm. However, if you need to go a few milimeters wider for some reason (for example, if your hand can't fit through your forearm at 15mm), that's not a problem at all. So you can go a bit more than 15mm if you need - just keep it uniform throughout the armor. And for the cover strips corners, most armors used in the movie had theor corners lightly rounded. That's how I did mine. Sent from my LG-M470 using Tapatalk
  8. It will be better when we get a picture of your whole arm straight, but from this picture I think you could easily wear your bicep piece higher... And your forearm should follow, too. As long as you can still bend your elbow! I'd try that first. Sent from my LG-M470 using Tapatalk
  9. Looking good from what is visible on those pictures! When the glue is set properly, it should not move that much even if you force the pieces into place. If there is still always too much tension, you can always try to hot bath the piece carefully to shape it towards how it should go and fit. Keep it up, coming along great!
  10. That sounds good! Great progress so far, keep it up mate!
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