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About wook1138

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  • Birthday 04/28/1970

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    Aside from star wars? Photography, Medieval stuff, Rocks, spending time with my kids.


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  1. Welcome to the FISD, Joseph. You got some good advice above. Good luck on your build - we'll be here to help. Also, don't let the idea of going for higher level approval scare you. If you are following the guides on this forum, it is not too much more work to get approved at those higher levels (EIB and Centurion).
  2. Welcome, Aaron. Check out the links above - there is a lot of info there but don't let it freak you out. Ask questions and we will help any way we can.
  3. Welcome to the FISD! Great choice of armour, btw. Commissioned build or not, it is good to set up a build thread. There are often little things that you will want to alter for the best fit possible. Posting pics and asking questions is the best way to go - there are many here ready to help.
  4. Welcome to the FISD, Victor!
  5. Hi Craig. To post pictures you need to link to a image hosting site - this forum does not allow much in the way of attachments. I use tapatalk or imgur. Check out this link for more info.
  6. Welcome to the FISD. It's never too early to start doing your research.
  7. I've purchased twice from AP - very good all around.
  8. Hang in there. The paint almost broke me too. I had to let go of the OCD when painting and accept some brush strokes. Once you walk away from it and work on something else, you really don't notice the brush strokes. If anything, they add a little character - more like what the buckets probably looked like back in the day. That said, I did have a tin of Humbrol that was much more difficult than the others. Perhaps it sat on the shelf too long before I bought it.
  9. I used two for the ab to chest. For the back to kindey and kindey to butt, I used three to keep the pieces nicely lined up. I used elastic on the front and a mix of nylon and elastic on the back pieces. I used nylon where I wanted a tighter fit - for example, the butt piece needed nylon near the outside edges to help with the "butt flare" I was getting.
  10. Welcome to the FISD! RS is a great choice - especially for a sandy. If you are thinking of going the sandtrooper route, you might want to check out the MEPD's forum as well. When I did my sandy, I posted on both the FISD and MEPD - you get great general construction feedback here and great sandtrooper-specific feedback on MEPD.
  11. Welcome to the FISD. Check out the links provide above - there is a lot of great info on how to choose the right kit for you (budget, body shape, location). I would stick with the vetted list of vendors... but if you find something else online and want an opinion, feel free to ask.
  12. Welcome to the FISD! As mentioned above - feel free to ask questions, we are here to help.
  13. Thank you for your service, Daniel. I had no doubt you would stick around and continue to critique without mercy. JK, your commitment to FISD and this crazy hobby is truly commendable.
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