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Hey guys, I have been working on this suit I got from another user on the forums 

 

Devon P.

Pacific Outpost

ANH Stunt

 

Originally made by 

Helmet:AP

Chest/Back:ATA

Shoulders:ATA

Arms:AM (1.0?)

Thighs:AM (1.0?)

Shins:AM (1.0?)

Handplates:AM (1.0?)

Belt: TKittell

Boots: ImperialBoots

Neck Seal maker: Unknown

Holster: Bernard TK8280

 

P.S The belt originally had 4 rivets on it attatching the holster, I removed two of them I patched it, but not in these photos

 

I'm only going for basic with this approval

 

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I don’t see anything that should hold you up for basic, I would raise up those forearms (a simple strapping adjustment) to even out the gaps between you bicep/forearm/handplates. If you plan on going for EI/Centurion I’d highly suggest:

- a new belt (vs. patched)

- no dropbox gap (top should be flush with belt bottom)

- thigh TLC, coverstrips are quite wide and off-center in the back

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I agree that you should be fine for basic approval. But to give the armor an overall better look, try adjusting your straps to bring your forearms and thighs up a bit. 

Good luck on your TK approval :duim:

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Nice work, one other thing is your calves are closing from the inside over the outsides, the normal way is the outsides should close over the insides calves, this is so the openings aren't seen from the outside

 

 

 

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Good luck with approval

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Looking pretty good overall, Devon.  Even though you are not aiming for the higher levels, moving your shoulder bells up would improve the look a lot.  Ideally, the tops of the bells should touch (or nearly touch) the shoulder straps.  This is a pretty simple adjustment and will bring them closer to your chest plate which would reduce the gaps.  If you do decide to do this, I would switch the shoulder bells.  No biggie, but they are on the wrong sides.

 

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Congratulations trooper and welcome to the ranks 

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Congratulations trooper!

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Congratulations Devon.

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