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JenEcho

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About JenEcho

FISD Info

  • Centurion Granted Date
    20181013
  • EIB Awards
    1
  • EIB Cohorts
    ANH-S
  • FISD Supporter
    No

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  • Name
    Jenny
  • 501st ID
    21615
  • 501st Unit
    Capital city

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  1. Welcome! I finished my 5'2" sized kit this year - it can definitely be done and look amazing. Cricket and Sha Sha's build threads are awesome and there is a good FB group called "A little short for a trooper" that has some good resources.
  2. Absolutely STUNNING job! I loved following along with your paint/dirtying work.
  3. AWESOME!!! Thank you so much! I will definitely clean up that E-6000 and adjust my shoulder straps. That connection was puzzling - I knew it was weird but couldn't figure out how to modify it. I really appreciate the advice. I'll fix those boxes and get my new pics soon! On to Centurion
  4. Yup your hand guards were fantastic and super easy to adhere. Thanks @justjoseph63
  5. Woohoo! Great work. You did an awesome job. And your littlest build is adorable
  6. Side view close up pics have been added. Please let me know if there's anything I've missed
  7. Yeah, the clips came with the kit. I actually tried to file them down a bit smaller, but quickly gave up on that because my lack of proper tools was causing extreme rage.
  8. Thanks Dan - it's definitely a challenge being a hobbit Those darn stripes! LOL - I went back and forth so many times debating what was the right way to put them on. You'd think with a 50/50 chance I might have got lucky. I'll get them perfect on my next build! The TD is 7.5" - I tried to get the ruler in my pic, but it didn't look great. Options for pan head screws are limited here in Canada. I'll be darned if I can remember the size I bought, but they fit into the same holes as the "original" kit screws (if that's relevant).
  9. Oh, I wasn't sure if linking to my pre-submission photos would be sufficient. I can definitely add them on here individually though
  10. Thanks! Oops - was hard to tell in that one pic, but the tips are white. Here's a better view
  11. Name: Jenny Mehan TK Number: TK-21615 Forum Name: JenEcho Garrison: Capital City Garrison (Canada) Armor maker: AP Helmet maker: AP Cloth belt maker: AP Silicone hand guards: JustJoseph63 Neck seal maker: Geeky Pink Boot maker: TK Boots TK type: ANH Stunt Blaster: Brett Fulford Now that I've got a handful of troops under my belt, it's time to see if I've got the right stuff for EIB and Centurion. Thanks again for all your help here on these forums. This build can be overwhelming, but the advice and love from you guys kept me going. Link to my pre-approval submission: Front Left Back Right Close up left side Close up right side Pew pew Action shot Buttons Strapping Shoulder straps secured with elastic Belt Functional Drop Box TD with pan head screws Cod rivet Posterior snaps Functional snaps and rivet Male snap on right side Split rivets Ammo pack rivet Ammo pack rivet (interior view) Sniper knee Sniper knee Forearms with no return edge Squishy Helmet side Helmet front Other side Helmet back Green lenses S-trim Interior electronics Neck seal - Geeky Pink TK boots Blaster D-ring
  12. This looks absolutely stunning. Loving your attention to detail!!
  13. I was worried about this too when my armour was laid out, but found that once it's on your body, the back will naturally lean out a bit and rest flat against the kidney. It took a bit of adjusting of the shoulder straps to get it just right, but it did look fine once it's on.
  14. Hi Scott! It was good to meet you and your wife at the armour party! Best of luck sourcing all your parts and you have some amazing local resources in Luc and Andy. I look forward to following your build.
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