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  1. Dielotski

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    Heh. I'm going on four years in May. Congrats!
  2. Or possibly on purpose? To show the deterioration of discipline in addition to the deterioration of armor.
  3. Looks like an awesome time. I want that bowling shirt! Lol.
  4. 4.5 is essentually the helmet version. I was confused at first as well since that is how he refers to the whole kit. The 1.0 vs 2.0 refers to some significant body changes that happened quite a while ago. I'm assuming that the helmet has had more changes than the rest of the kit. So look for 2.0 builds and you'll be good.
  5. Others on the forums have recommended fasnap. https://fasteners.fasnap.com/viewitems/snap-fasteners---screw-studs/standard-snap-fasteners is what I have purchased and they seem to plenty strong from just creating and testing my snap plates. My kit's not done yet so I can't personally vouch for them while trooping though.
  6. Ditto to all of the above!
  7. That is awesome! If you ever think about selling an armor bin greebly and sticker kit I may be interested.
  8. Regarding using wood blocks for helping the shaping of the return edges, Cricket made a jig that she used several times to recreate return edges and to flatten out the creases made from shaping those areas. https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/41502-crickets-wtf-hero-build-even-more-tk-for-the-vertically-challenged/?do=findComment&comment=592439
  9. Basically heat a big pot of water to about 180-190 degrees Fahrenheit. Place the end of whatever your need to reshape into the water for about 30 seconds, remove, form it to the shape you want and then run it under cold water until it's normal temperature again. I have a decent tolerance for heat so a just use rubber gloves to hold and squeeze it. You may need to gradually work your way to the desired shape. I wouldn't get to forceful with it to begin with. And E6000 isn't phased by the heat.
  10. Regarding the forearms, AM's are kind of wonky. I've lost track of the number of times I've hot water bathed mine. I think I've finally got them to a shape I like. I'm having the the same issues as you with the cover strips. I think I'll look into the white E6000 as well.
  11. Nice! Looks better constructed than the goldstar.
  12. Looks amazing! Did Marc happen to mention when the kit may be available to the public?
  13. Hi C.J., Welcome to the fun! -Ray P.S. You have me wanting to read the Riftwar books again.
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