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Hey! Finally time to get this going as I received my blaster.

 

Name: Daniel

TKID: 61514

Garrison: Nordic Garrison

501st page: http://501st.com/members/displaymemberdetails.php?userID=25720

Build thread: 

 

Mandatory Information

  • Armor = ATA
  • Helmet= ATA
  • Blaster= Praetorian Blasters

Optional

  • Height = 177cm / 5'10"
  • Weight = 83kg / 183lbs
  • Boots = Imperial Boots
  • Canvas belt = Burkbench Designs
  • Hand Plates (+TD screws + frown mesh + single-cap rivets)= @justjoseph63
  • Electronics= TRamp
  • Neck Seal = The Imperial Seamstress (bought via Burkbench Designs)
  • Holster = Burkbench Designs

 

Here are the pics in album form: https://imgur.com/a/BOYLoSV

 

Click the pics in this post for higher resolution :) 

 

Front

 

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Left

 

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Left arms up

 

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Left arms up detail

 

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Back

 

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Right (the overlap issue has been fixed with a bracketing system, let me know if you want updated photos)

 

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Right arms up

 

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Right arms up detail

 

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Ab detail

 

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Forearms

 

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Cod

 

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Buttplate

 

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Interior strapping

 

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Sniper knee

 

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Helmet

 

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Hovi mic tips

 

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Lens color

 

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Thigh attachment

 

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Blaster

 

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Neckseal

 

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TD

 

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Belt / Holster

 

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Pop rivets + washers on front

 

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Snaps at the back

 

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Looking AWESOME, Daniel!  One of us will be with you shortly, but in can I ask what photo sharing site you are using?  It won't let me copy any of them on imgur or Photoscape.  Can you also post up a close-up photo of the sides of your drop boxes?  Thanks!

 

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14 minutes ago, justjoseph63 said:

Looking AWESOME, Daniel!  One of us will be with you shortly, but in can I ask what photo sharing site you are using?  It won't let me copy any of them on imgur or Photoscape.  Can you also post up a close-up photo of the sides of your drop boxes?  Thanks!

 

 

Just tried uploading the drop box pictures and it seems like Imgur is throwing a fit atm. So I had to use Photobucket for these :( 

 

Drop box side pictures:

 

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25 minutes ago, gmrhodes13 said:

Nice work, you may want to bring your forearms down a little, seeing a lot of glove.

 

 

I agree. I've added velcro to that elastic connection so adjusting is no problem :) Here's one from a troop where it was more suitably placed, if needed i'll ofc take new pics in the same pose. I'm in the middle of a move atm so things are all over the place!

 

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13 hours ago, Ensi said:

 

 

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Awesome pic:duim: and about time you got this done:P 

 

Just a little something:

I would reduce the return edge on the lower chest.

And an ever smaller something:

I would also redo the holster, not putting washers on the front.

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5 hours ago, TheSwede said:

Awesome pic:duim: and about time you got this done:P 

Thank you! And yes, so true :peace:

 

5 hours ago, TheSwede said:

Just a little something:

I would reduce the return edge on the lower chest.

Totally agree. It's on my to-do list when I get to unpacking everything :D 

 

5 hours ago, TheSwede said:

And an ever smaller something:

I would also redo the holster, not putting washers on the front.

I was gonna do that, but I am scared it's gonna pull through :shok:

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9 minutes ago, Ensi said:

I was gonna do that, but I am scared it's gonna pull through 

Your belt has alot of layers if I’m not mistaken right? It looks similar to my TM belts and they are fine, amiditly I never holster the blaster nor do I Troop that much but I’d still try it....but not if you feel reluctant, after all it’s your armor and it’s looking mighty fine:jc_doublethumbup:

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Regarding the belt, I would also highly suggest trimming off those frayed edges.  We realize that by the end of production that some in the film were kind of beat-up, but for our purposes we would prefer to see them a little neater in appearance.  You did an awesome job on that armor, and that amount of fraying detracts from the overall sharp look just a bit.  You won't need to do it for this level, but I am sure it will be suggested for level 3.

 

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Hi Daniel, thanks for your submission and your patience as we reviewed your photos!

 

CRL and EIB Application Requirements:

All required submission photos have been posted, and I am very pleased to announce your armor displays all the necessary elements to qualify for ANH Stunt Expert Infantry. On behalf of Tony, Dan, Joseph and myself, congratulations!     :salute:

 

Other-Armor Fit/Assembly:

In this section we review observations made by your fellow troopers and ourselves. Some observations may lead to suggestions to improve the overall look of your armor.

 

Not much to add beyond what's already been posted. Beautiful job on your build!

 

Starting with your helmet, the left trap paint (or decal?) looks a bit cracked/wrinkled - is that just a reflection? If not, that might be an area worth cleaning up.

 

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Continuing with the helmet paint job (which is, overall, very nice) one nit I'd point out is that the paint on the vocoder seems quite thick and shows some runs. It would really make the helmet look cleaner if that was touched up.

 

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Moving along, as has been pointed out, the return edge on the bottom of your chest is a bit thick, and could be trimmed. That would also help it sit flush against your ab plate.

 

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As your fellow troopers have also already pointed out, you could adjust the strapping between your biceps and forearms so that the gaps on your arms are even.

 

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Moving down to your belt, as Joseph already mentioned, the canvas could use a haircut. :)

 

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And another small item worth mentioning is that it looks like plastic of your belt wants to pull away a bit from the canvas. This might be corrected with a bit of heat bending of the plastic, or perhaps different/stronger fasteners connecting the plastic to the canvas.

 

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Rounding out the belt area, it's not a huge deal but if you want to go for ultimate screen accuracy, the ends of the TD clips should be squared off, not rounded.

 

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Continuing on, I'm not sure if this is the overlap you mentioned in your application, but in some of your photos, your butt plate is overlapping your right thigh. You might be able to adjust the strapping, or trim one or both of the butt plate and top the thigh. This would also be a particularly painful area for armor bites. :)

 

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Moving down to your lower limbs, the sniper knee looks like it might be tucked under the thigh armor. Some foam on the back of the thigh and/or the front of the shin should help it stay properly positioned.

 

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Centurion Suggestions:
In this section we prepare you for Centurion.  More photos are requested that allow us to make better decisions on possible adjustment etc. If there are any areas of concern they will be discussed here.

 

Because Centurion photos show much more detail than EIB, items pertaining to Centurion might be seen there and not here. We try to point out all we can from what is seen but the final accuracy is the responsibility of the trooper.

 

On the forearms, the CRL states:

  • No return edge on the inside of the front of the forearm is allowed.

 

It could just be the photo, but it looks like you could have a bit of return edge left, so I'd double check both forearms. Should be a simple fix.

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For the shoulder bells, the CRL states:

 

  • There should be a minimal gap between the shoulder armor and the chest/back plates.

 

Your front gap looks great, but there's a bigger gap in the back. It could be a dressing issue, or you may be able to trim some return edge off the bottom of the shoulder bells to bring them in closer.

 

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And that's it! Congrats again, Daniel, and see you at Centurion!

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