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  1. Thank you very much. We are very lucky that we have such an incredible FISD group.
  2. Daniel, want to wish you the best of luck with your EIB. The DO's are incredible and they will help guide you along. I just want to give you one little note, use some fine grit sandpaper suck at 1500 or 2000 and smooth out some of the edges of the armor. It will give you a super sharp and clean look and it will also help with your under suit not getting snagged on it. Also, see if you can clean up a little bit of the visible glue. Great build by the way and you will do great. Looking forward to congratulating you on your EIB. If you have any questions or want any more input, feel free to message me. But I think the DO's will guide you very very well. Have fun with the process. You got this brother.
  3. Welcome Aboard KC. Another Top Tier TK on board with the FISD now. Congrats brother.
  4. Kaden, best of luck with this, I cant wait to see your progress on this and your approval. You got this.
  5. Tony, I appreciate all of the examples you have set my friend. Quite a source of inspiration. Thank you for such a wonderful compliment brother.
  6. Don't be nervous about it at all. Just take it one piece at a time, and take your time. It is fun to build and enjoy it, that is the most important thing. Don't be nervous about it at all. You will enjoy learning on the build. And there are many people here to help you with incredible willingness. We have your back my friend.
  7. Michael, welcome brother and good luck with the EIB. I'm Los Angeles Squad so we will be meeting soon I hope. Glen has given you some awesome pointers. One thing that may help you out a bit is put a little bit of heavy duty velcro on the abdomen and attach some to the inside of the belt and that will help keep it in place, even if a snap gives. It seems that you can tighten your belt and it will help it stay up a bit better and more straight. If you need any help just message me. You got this. Have fun with the modifications and looking forward to your approval.
  8. Welcome aboard. My suggestion is build what makes you happy, even if you have to wait a bit. Go with what you want to do and have fun with the process. Enjoy the whole process and build something you are proud of.
  9. Svante, welcome aboard. Let me suggest this for you. Whatever you do, read up on the Costume Reference Library, CRL, to make sure your build is approvable and accurate. When you display it, you will be displaying a beautiful piece. And when you wear it, you will be wearing something you are proud of and looks the way it should. If you have any questions please feel free to message me.
  10. Sha Sha, I agree with everything you said and 100 percent on board. Appreciate always always all of the DO's kindness and guidance and it is something I highly look forward to and respect very much. If I ever ask it is only for my own knowledge. Again Sha Sha, I can not thank you enough for your time and consideration and encouragement. Appreciate it beyond words.
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