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  1. Hi, i think this info could help. TK/HWT #10204 ANH Stunt Shawn Cantey (aka. CrookKnight) Carolina Garrison Events Coordinator ARMOR BUILDING SERVICES AVAILABLE BUILDER OF STORMTROOPER BACKPACKS Website: https://crookknight.com/ Facebook Pack Sale Page: https://www.facebook.com/Imperial-Troopers-Packs-207039846389161/ Facebook Assembly Line Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/679029939155041/ ETSY Sales Page: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ImperialTrooperPacks?ref=hdr_shop_menu Current Project: FOTK Episode VIII CAPTAIN CARDINAL / Sandtrooper / Shadow Scout
  2. Hi, the following reference photos may help you. the thigs should sit just above the knee allowing a better movement. Cheers
  3. Ambos son "Canon" , ahora, si te refieres a cual de los dos es mas Screen Accurate, eso va a depender de cómo la construyas, para eso son los niveles L2 y L3 del CRL. Personalmente me gusta más el ANH pero es cuestión de gustos. Both of them are "Canon" but if you're talking about screen accuracy, It depends of how you build your armor. The Higher levels of the Crl let you make an armor more screen Accurate. Personally I Prefer ANH Stunt but is up to every person. Cheers.
  4. Looking at the Rogue One Armor Crl I found this; TK R1 shoulder bells.jpg Shoulder Armor One on each shoulder. The shoulders are considered effectively symmetrical; they may be worn interchangeably on the left and right shoulders and may have a black elastic strap that wraps around the inside of the bicep. OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable): OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable): There is no swoop on the shoulder bell raised area. There is no elastic strap that wraps around the inside of the bicep. TK R1 bicepts.jpg Upper Arm Armor Biceps are fully closed. Both biceps are symmetrical and interchangable. The front strip is beveled and approximately 1/8" thick that does not extend beyond the bicep, and has a smaller cover strip layered thereon. OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable): OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable): Biceps must be constructed using the butt joint and cover strip method. Overlap construction is not allowed. Biceps are closed in the back with Velcro. I think this Photo shows every part at its side. I found this threads that think has some interesting reference photos that you can use to figure out which part is each one. Cheers
  5. HI, I think Justin @TheRascalKing Could help you on this matter. Cheers
  6. Buena suerte con tu proyecto, y recuerda que estamos aquí para ayudarte. Saludos Good luck with your project , we're here to help. Cheers
  7. Hi, welcome to FISD, good luck with your project.
  8. Welcome to FISD , Good Luck with your Phasma project. If you haven't done yet, I would recommend to look at the Building Thread Section, and you may want to open your own building thread and post photos of your progress. https://www.whitearmor.net/forum/forum/188-captain-phasma-tfa-and-tlj/
  9. As per the CRL states : Any mobility cuts on back of piece do not go past raised ridges. I think the red line you marked is ok. Here's a reference picture . Cheers
  10. Hi Ryan, great work you have made a great work on your helmet. Congrats About your question about return edges, I recommend you to check the following link. I'm sure It will be so useful for your building process . Cheers
  11. Hi Robert, Nice to see you're going for higher levels. I would suggest to add some photos that I'm sure the D.O. team surely will ask you for. 1- Knee Ammo pack Outer and Inner Rivet right and left side. 2- Close Photo of Cod Rivets 3- Front, Right and Left side of your Sniper Knee Good Luck with your request. Cheers
  12. Great new mate, congratulations and welcome to the Legion.!!!
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