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CRL for Force Unleashed Stormtrooper

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7 hours ago, shashachu said:

Seems kind of repetitive to mention weathering in every section - can you just say all armor pieces, belt, and boots are scuffed/dirty etc?

 

Also this photo pretty clearly shows Hero-style 4 rivets on the belt. Maybe a higher level approval item?

 

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If it's the same as TKC the rivets are spaced a lot wider than a Hero version and also are on both sides of the belt, this is at basic for TKC

 

Also TD has two versions with TKC and neither allow ANH style.

 

I must admit I've not fully dove into this version but I'd gather should be TKC styled.

 

 

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35 minutes ago, gmrhodes13 said:

If it's the same as TKC the rivets are spaced a lot wider than a Hero version and also are on both sides of the belt, this is at basic for TKC

 

Also TD has two versions with TKC and neither allow ANH style.

 

I must admit I've not fully dove into this version but I'd gather should be TKC styled.

 

 

The ANH style TD (although inaccurate) can be cleared for TKC basic, but you would need the correct style for the higher levels. Since this costume is structurally identical to the TKC, I left those same requirements in for this CRL.

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2 hours ago, gmrhodes13 said:

If it's the same as TKC the rivets are spaced a lot wider than a Hero version and also are on both sides of the belt, this is at basic for TKC

 

Also TD has two versions with TKC and neither allow ANH style.

 

I must admit I've not fully dove into this version but I'd gather should be TKC styled.

 

 

Ah ok. I may have missed it, but are the rivets listed anywhere?

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Ah ok. I may have missed it, but are the rivets listed anywhere?


The rivets are mentioned in the Centurion requirements in the red text for the belt and abdomen armor.

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14 hours ago, SolidScrafty said:


 

 


The rivets are mentioned in the Centurion requirements in the red text for the belt and abdomen armor. emoji846.png

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Found it! Haha sorry for the noise.

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WIP CRL page is here, thank you Eric for helping to get that set up!  https://databank.501st.com/databank/Costuming:TK_TFU

 

I'll be slowly adding the text over/making necessary adjustments as we move towards the go-live with it :)

 

I've renamed this section to Force Unleashed Stormtrooper as well.

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Going to make a few suggestions as these are transcribed.

 

I think we should follow the MEPD style for weathering:  

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All Sandtrooper armor parts are weathered.

 

at the top of each item.  Then in the future link to a specific weathering page with details.  We can reuse that style with the TKC and the HWT in the future, since all use similar weathering styles.

 

I also am going to make a specific call out on the helmet to match references with the helmet weathering.

 

 

Further...

 

On 3/27/2018 at 3:53 AM, SolidScrafty said:

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • Ears shall have three screws per side, one above and one below the ear bar and one at the base of the helmet.
  • Ear bars have four bumps only, not three.
  • Traps/tears and tube stripes shall have the correct ANH TK details
  • Correct 'Hovi mic' aerator tips.

 

OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable):

  • Ear bars shall have only one or two bumps painted in black (rank stripes).
  • Neck trim shall be of an s-type profile rather than a u-type profile.
  • Tears/traps shall be hand painted or use decals that emulate hand painted (with correct ANH TK details).
  • Ear screws shall be slotted, flat topped, countersunk and painted white.

 

 

Secondly a lot of the ANH-specific or movie-specific details are going away.  It's a video game and doesn't have U or S profile trim on the helmet... I know we replicate this currently for things like the HWT and the TKC, but we should omit these kinds of details as they're not sourced (just copied).

 

 

Okay last and most important question... Is the lightsaber staying? ;)  It's a player skin that's unlocked when used with a lightsaber

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https://databank.501st.com/databank/Costuming:TK_TFU

 

Most images cut and added.  The transcribed text had a lot of movie costume specifics cut since it's irrelevant to a game character.

 

I need a picture of the things with adjusted cover strip, and the a few bullet points for the weathering page, and we should be ready to greenlight.  LMO office is looking it over too.

 

Please take a look for any glaring issues.  :)

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Sorry I'm late to the party, and please don't hate me for this but has anyone noticed the back plate on the game images?  In looking at the caps below, there is a separate plate sitting inside the O II area as seen in the corners and right side in the second photo as well as what appears to be a screw/rivet at the bottom.

The color of the inside plate is also different, (light gray).  If you look at the surrounding areas, you can tell it's not a shadow, as the gray color is consistent on the entire interior and differs from the bluish hue that the shadows cast.

 

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To take it one step further, The I I lines are rounded, not the distinct 3-D rectangles as seen in the second 2 video game images and in regular OT armor.

 

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Since no-one makes this particular back plate (yet) it may be a stretch to add it as a requirement for L3, but imo it should be given some consideration as it's a pretty significant difference.

 

OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable):

  • Back plate shall have no, or minimal overlap of the kidney plate.
  • AM back plate is replaced with a more screen accurate version.
  • Vertical raised "I I" humps shall be rounded and not raised rectangles as seen on OT armor.  (Suggestion)
  • Interior of back plate has a separate plate (painted gray) which fits over the O I I raised areas.  (Suggestion)
  • Back plate has a small screw on the bottom of the gray insert.  (Suggestion)

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Interesting find Joseph.

 

This makes me wonder if the same should app!y to Stromtrooper Commander / Incinerator L3 as well. Theoretically they are of the same model just with a different skin.

 

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Just another observation, but since AM changed their back plate quite a while ago to be more accurate should that not now be omitted from centurion?


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