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MesdupBoogie

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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    Jason
  • 501st ID
    55577
  • 501st Unit
    Timberline Garrison

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  1. TK-55577 requests 501st access. https://www.501st.com/members/displaymemberdetails.php?userID=33528
  2. Thanks. I’m going to convert my strapping to snaps. This Velcro is a nuisance. The GML just sent notice of his approval. Woohoo!
  3. Updates: Reglued thigh cover strip as above. Hellhounds blaster ordered, as above. Adjusted various strapping and helmet height. Tweaked the kidney shim to ab join height. Re-sewed portion of belt, changed Velcro attachment, adjusted height. The right side has a wrinkle that I’ll work on removing, but it’s not under nearly as much tension. Moved drop boxes out and up. I know there’s a bit of rotation between pieces like the ab and chest in this pic. I have a leg length discrepancy with some pelvic tilt and a touch of scoliosis from tha
  4. Thanks for all the detailed feedback. My day job will be busy for the next week or two, but I’ll work on incorporating these fixes. Update 23 March: Hellhounds E-11 blaster ordered Right thigh rear cover strip removed & reglued.
  5. Thanks for the feedback. I was 50:50 on cutting back on the caffeine & redoing the rear traps before submission. They were freehand and a little generous on the “hand painted” appearance. That should be a straightforward cleanup. I’m adding glue & clamping the thigh covers right now. The E11 is just bare bones basic; looking for a good rubber blaster for the future. ETA: The Drunken Centipede paint is cleaned. That would be a great name for a pub, wouldn’t it? I incorporated your suggestion, cleaned the traps, and put the updated image in the OP.
  6. Advance warning: This is a fairly long post with multiple additional pictures for feedback on future advanced certification. Thank you for your consideration. 1. First/Last Name: Jason Jenkins 2. Future Garrison/Squad/Outpost or local area: Timberline Garrison, Sawtooth Mountain Squad 3. Armor maker: Anovos 4. Helmet maker: Anovos 5. Cloth belt maker: Anovos, DIY canvas overlay & plastic reinforcement. 6. Neck seal maker: Anovos 7. Boot maker: TK Boots 8. Interior strapping: Industrial Velcro 9. Blaster maker (if applicable
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