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  1. Been mewling over ideas for a design, but I must ask, is there a place where all the official FISD pictures are at? I did not see anything in the gallery. Sorry in advance if it was obvious and I missed it. Edit: Oh, and can we design our patches with digitally painted badges in mind, or just normal embroidered style ones?
  2. Looking good! I am amazed at how well the hovi tips and the painted vents turned out!
  3. Watching your thread is making me anxious for when I start working on my kit...
  4. Sounds like a good plan, I've been wanting to do the same.
  5. I bought similar helmet padding for use in my helmet, they are pretty cheap on amazon. Like 14 bucks or so.
  6. I got a special putty glue sort of deal that Joseph here on the forums recommends. I'll also need to find myself some gray paint for the teeth when the time comes. Any plans for getting electronics in that bucket?
  7. Probably the former, judging by the timestamps
  8. He has an ATA build according to the OP. And man... With everything going on, I just want to get started on my armor already. I just have to wait a few more days (hopefully) before I start my own thread on here. Anyways, I hope to see a lot more progress from you in the future, Brave! I feel like you are more prepared than I am at this point.
  9. I'm getting some serious tank driver vibes from some of those helmets, and while I love the tank troopers, I am not sure how I feel about a guard wearing similar helmets to them. The other designs however, I love. They remind me of Revan's helmet.
  10. I’ve read that they are the sturdiest blasters that money can buy. I believe that they are hard rubber. Hopefully I can get the funds to get my hands on one soon enough. They are also more detailed/accurate than Hyperfirm blasters (One of the founders of Hyperfirm made Praetorian). It’s something you ought to look up if you are interested, cuz’ I sure know I am!
  11. I don’t believe I have seen any DIY kits available, but IIRC, Praetorian sells rubber DLTs. I’m going to be buying one of their rubber E-11s since I’ve heard that is one of the best weapons to troop with due to their durability and excellent details. I’ve seen people use those blasters to go Centurion. When working on your helmet, be aware that for Centurion status you need proper screws. Joseph on here sells them for about 8 bucks or so, he also has the proper gloves and hand armor. Extremely convenient! Another thing to note is the hovi tips, the speakers near the chin. Centurion requires the insides to be white. What I did recently is order Ukswrath’s helmet electronic kit that includes centurion level hovi speakers (that are functional speakers mind you), voice changer, hearing assist and so forth for when I put together my helmet. The price for that kit is about $270+ PP fee (He has cheaper options as well). I should be receiving my own kit within the next few days. To find everything, just look in the For Sale section for it. All of it should be stickied. An important thing to remember is that my experience is very limited on here, and that everything I say is something that should be taken with a grain of salt. I’m just bringing up ideas to warrant your own research in the matter to decide if that is the route you want to go.
  12. Some day I’ll be able to afford one of your aluminum kits
  13. Something that I want to ask is if you have your soft parts picked out yet, and what kind of blaster you want to go for
  14. I technically do not qualify for the comp since I haven’t started my build thread yet. Although technically I have been getting soft parts since the beginning of last month. I’m still waiting for BBB day Although I plan on going straight for Centurion right off the bat and have been collecting the needed parts piece-meal.
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