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  1. But now you have that glorious belt forever and can swap out bricks as needed. Exposed studs next time maybe? Followed by minifigs in a full on (vertical) battle! Maybe a nice vintage Lego Town scene with the old pine trees and rainbow colored bricks. The possibilities are endless. Congrats on troop 2!!! That Lego blaster really went to its best home.
  2. Admittedly I'm on very strong pain meds at this moment. But... were the print files shared somewhere or purchasable? I don't see links in this thread or the Pathfinders one. It's a lovely blaster.
  3. If you've pissed your GML team off before, they're gonna make you shoot on a different background. Your suit looks amazing, but the black pieces blend into the flags. Seriously though, looking good sir.
  4. An ROTJ bucket is also listed. This reportedly IS screen used. https://propstoreauction.com/lot-details/index/catalog/386/lot/126479?url=%2Fauctions%2Fcatalog%2Fid%2F386%3Fpage%3D1%26view%3Dgrid%26cat%3D4141%26catm%3Dany%26order%3Dorder_num%26xclosed%3Dno%26featured%3Dno%26items%3D100 Our expert’s notes Bidding for this lot will end on Tuesday, March 12th. The auction will begin at 9:00AM PDT and lots are sold sequentially via live auctioneer; tune in to the live streaming broadcast on auction day to follow the pace. Note other lots in the auction may close on Wednesday, March 13th or Thursday, March 14th. An Imperial stormtrooper helmet from Richard Marquand's Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. Imperial stormtroopers wore their standard-issue helmets throughout the film as they served the Galactic Empire, notably during the climactic Battle of Endor. Stormtroopers now rank among the most recognizable movie characters of all time. It is estimated that only around 50 helmets were produced for Return of the Jedi, with slight modifications and a somewhat more flattened appearance than the designs seen in the previous two films. All elements on the helmet are original and unaltered. The main body of the helmet is constructed from vacuum-formed ABS plastic. Several striped decals are applied to the helmet's cheeks and temple. The chin and mouth vent are finished in black paint, and a black rubber trim runs along the brow and around the neck opening. The eyes are green acrylic. The helmet's interior features an elastic chinstrap and a plastic headband with foam applied for comfort. "Alan H" is handwritten in blue ink in the interior. This could be Alan Harris, who was an uncredited stormtrooper in Jedi and had small, uncredited roles in both A New Hope and Empire Strikes Back. The helmet interior also features a piece of paper taped to the dome, upon which the Yuma, Arizona, address for the "Blue Harvest" production offices is printed. "Blue Harvest" was the film's working title and was chosen to hide the fact that the third Star Wars movie was filming from fans and locals while on location. Yuma served as the location for the scenes at the Great Pit of Carkoon - scenes which do not feature stormtroopers. This is one of the best examples of a stormtrooper helmet in private hands. The helmet exhibits yellowing both inside and outside, and the chinstrap has frayed due to age. There exhibit scuffs, scratches, and paint wear on the exterior of the helmet, and one of the faux microphones on the front is missing its wire mesh. Estimate: $150,000 - 300,000
  5. Our expert’s notes Bidding for this lot will end on Wednesday, March 13th. The auction will begin at 9:00AM PDT and lots are sold sequentially via live auctioneer; tune in to the live streaming broadcast on auction day to follow the pace. Note other lots in the auction may close on Tuesday, March 12th or Thursday, March 14th. An E-11 Stormtrooper blaster rifle from the promotion of George Lucas' Star Wars: A New Hope - Special Edition. Stormtrooper rifles were created for the promotional tour for the 1997 rerelease of the original trilogy with updated visual effects, additional shots, and altered scenes. Cast from resin and painted glossy black to appear metallic, this blaster features a design based on the Sterling L2A3 submachine gun. It exhibits chipped paint, chipped and exposed resin, and missing components. Dimensions: 18.25" x 3" x 6.5" (46.5 cm x 7.75 cm x 16.5 cm) Ownership may be restricted in some countries; see replica firearm notice in Buyer's Guide. Estimate: $1,500 - 3,000 Pasting the auction images here just in hopes they stay. This is apparently a promo blaster used on the promo tour in 97. Not a screen used blaster. Still very interesting.
  6. I always worry when I see folks spending a lot of time and effort on a PLA print. That material is so delicate and heat-reactive. Please line the inside with fiberglass or some similar treatment to keep the armor from deforming during transport or use.
  7. The work you've done has been extraordinary. I salute you sir.
  8. Just cut all the return edge from the biceps. They'll be much more comfy under your arms that way. Flat plastic is where it's at for all arm armor. And that looks like non-armor area with the waviness. I think it'll get cut out.
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    I got the joy of paying $12.60 for US shipping of a few coins today from EF. I ship stuff for a living and could send roughly 5 kilos of coins in country for that postage... so yeah.
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