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  1. Here is the picture of the face of the helmet. I'm wondering if I need to take more out of the teeth & eyes.
  2. Hey all It been a long time but I thought I would post an update on my build. It been slow going and at times I've avoided working on it. I have done some things but still have a ways to go before submitting. I have all of the limb cut to size and taped expect for the thighs, it was suggested that I leave them for last to get them sized right. My trunk pieces had all been trimmed down and sanded, I may have to adjust the returns. I've also cut out all the boxes & buttons. Over the next couple of night I will get the trunk pieces fit as I'm going to a build party this weekend and hopef
  3. Just let everyone know. Mark from trooper bay has confirmed that the esb decals will fit the WTF helmet! These are the standard ones. I will order and confirm once I get them in hand. I hope this helps others out going down the same path
  4. I think this is what im going to have to do. Thanks for the tip
  5. Im guessing you got the reg decals and not the dave ones? Thanks for the help
  6. My concern is the traps fitting correctly. Ive seen some pictures of peoples traps not lining up right. Like the decal was to small for the trap hole
  7. Im currently building to hopefully be approved for centurion. Im building a WTF kit and need some help with decals and where to buy them. There are some on trooper bay but wtf is not listed to fit. I reached out to the armor maker and he suggested the "Dave M" decals from trooper bay would fit. However they are hand painted look alike. The crl reads "Traps/tears and tube stripes shall be decals (with the correct ESB details), no hand-painting or decals that replicate hand painted" So im thinking that will not work? I tried to call trooper bay but have not been able to reach them. Has an
  8. Also is I have read that WTS legs are two different lengths, I think I ave them lined up with the correct pair. Trimmed off the flashing I think I can removed the full return edge at the ankle?
  9. Ok I went and thinned down the wrist area
  10. It looks like alot of the top forearm is removed as well. Leaving maybe 5mm?
  11. This is my plan a bit later. Thanks for the tips! Ty for the pics they are a big help!
  12. I worked on the forearms again this morning clearing a lot more out of the returned. I also trimmed the edges do the mold lines are going. Currently these are huge on me so I will need to work on sizing them for my arm. I believe the cover strip for the forearm is 15mm? Walt def leaves a ton of room for anyone with a bigger arm, this is my first kit so I dont know if this a common thing. At my first glace I do think I will have to shorten them but ill post pic later on that. wrist return- These have not been sanded yet just cut. Should I clear more? one side I can see
  13. So started with thermal caps and I will need to clean them up a bit I them moved to the forearm, of course this is where my first question comes up. I know I need to clear out the return edge all the way down on the wrist area but on the other side. I have alot to go Ive read for depth that i should leave some. Is this something I should be worrying about now or should I clear it now? BTW meet Roscoe I'm sure he will be in a lot of pictures....He likes to help
  14. Hey all! BBB day has finally come! I've been super excited for this day to happen. I decided to do a build thread cause well.....I know I will need alot of help with the build. I also have my E-11 going as well and have taken a break to make my first cuts. I know if don't do it right away fear will set in even more. So here we go! I took everything out and laid it out trying to process the whole idea of this build. The only thing not in the picture is the bag of screws, the green lens for the eyes and the stack of abs given for the cover strips ( this is a huge stack). I'm happy he was ab
  15. OK as promised here is some of the pictures from the hollowing of the folding stock. I do have some more to go on the inside of the stock as I need to clear it to the end. Also the funky shaped area.....Last night after reading T-Jay's build thread again I realized I made the same mistake of hollowing to much. I will fill with "green stuff" later. I still have to clean this up a bit I'm waiting to the end to do any repairs on the resin, as I learned quickly yesterday you just may slip with that tool. LOL So my plan is to get everything carved out, then fix a
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