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TROOPER INFORMATION

Name - Jon Hannaby

Username - Hanoldbuddy

Nickname - Hanners

TK number - 14097

 

Currently not assigned to a Garrison apart from 501st although on profile states Scottish Squad which was inputted in error.

 

https://www.501st.com/members/displaymemberdetails.php?userID=32312

 

Height = 1.74m

Weight = 82.55kgs

 

ARMOUR INFORMATION

 

Armour Maker = RWA Creations - Kit

Helmet Maker = RWA Creations - Kit

Blaster Type = E11 Blaster supplied by SDS

Boots Maker = RS PropMasters

Canvas Belt and Holster = RWA Creations

Neck seal = RWA Creations

Hand plates = Rubber latex plates with rubber gloves supplied by Imperial Warfighters

Electronics = IComm Voice changer supplied by Voice Booster.com Aker 1506 amplifier highfindtech.(eBay)

Helmet fans, supplied by Secscale (eBay)

 

FRONT with helmet -

 

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FRONT without helmet -

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BACK

 

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LEFT - arms down

 

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RIGHT

 

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LEFT arms up-

 

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RIGHT arms up-

 

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ABDOMINAL-

 

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ACTION SHOT -

 

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COD & BUTT PLATE ATTACHMENT-

 

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INTERNAL STRAPPING -

 

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HELMET -

 

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BLASTER-

 

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ACCESSORIES-

 

Neck seal-

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Thermal Detonator -

 

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Holster Attachment-

 

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Boots -

 

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GLOVES -

 

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ARMOUR Additional information -

 

Sniper Knee -

 

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Ammo thigh strip -

 

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I hope all the information is correct.

 

Many thanks

 

Jon

 

 

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Nice work trooper, a couple of things you may want to adjust, your drop box strap may need to be loosened a touch, does appear quite tight and angled in some images.

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Appears you have a small amount of paint on the gum area, from the CRLFrown is painted gray and does not leave the teeth area.

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Just a little tweak, although not a big thing, the end of the TD brackets should be straight, no curve

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You may also want to add a close up of you ab/kidney rivets.

 

Good luck with approval 

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Thanks guys, in response to your helmet suggestion about the grey paint I have attached a photo with the areas marked. Can you just confirm this is what you mean please? 91c70b0d79e22f644c43ff72e5a0e9d8.jpg

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Here is a close up of the rivets for kidney/ Ab connection, let me know if you want to see the inside aswell?

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With regards to the TD brackets, this seems to me a bit tricky to file a curved corner to a straight one, I’m worried that I won’t be able to get it to the desired shape and lose some of the length. Would you be able to give any tips on how to get around this please?


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  • shashachu changed the title to TK14097 ANH STUNT Requesting EIB Status (RWA) - In Review

Hi Jon!

 

Thanks for your patience - I'll be handling your review.

 

Re the frown paint, that is actually referring to the paint going past the top or bottom of the teeth and onto the 'gum':

 

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It's a little bit hard to tell in your photo which teeth need fixing, but take a look at these reference photos, and you'll see that if anything, the screen-used helmets err on the side of underpainting:

 

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This is something that will need to be fixed before we proceed with your application, as that is actually a Basic requirement. Just a few minutes with a toothpick or cotton swab and some paint thinner or mineral spirits should do the trick.

 

Regarding the TD clips, that is not something we would require you to change, but we do like to point it out for troopers wanting to go the extra mile. When your application is approved I'll clearly mark the areas that are suggestions for Centurion vs requirements. 

 

Thanks a lot - you're almost there!

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Hi Jon,


Thanks for your application and for the quick fix with your frown paint. You have a really nice build and it's clear you really did your research.

 

CRL and EIB Application Requirements

All required photos are now in and, after review, we are pleased to welcome you to Expert Infantry rank. On behalf of Joseph and myself, many congratulations! :duim: 

 

Other-Armor Fit/Assembly

In this area we review observations made by your fellow troopers and the DO team. Some observations may lead to suggestions to improve the overall look of your armor. Note that we consider both text (CRL) and pictures (screen caps/reference images) when reviewing submissions

 

Starting from the top, a small suggestion with your vocoder paint. Compared to screen used helmets, the shape of your vocoder is a little soft, so we're suggesting you spend a few minutes cleaning it up.

 

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Reference Images:

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Next, onto your forearms. While it is ideal to see a minimal amount of black showing through the armor, your forearms are overlapping your biceps and handguards a bit. It would improve the look as well as likely help your arm mobility to try to adjust the positioning. At a glance, it appears you may have some room to bring up your biceps, which should allow you to bring your forearms up a bit as well. For troopers who are very small (I'm 5' 3"/1.6m) it is completely approveable up through Centurion to actually trim off a notch on the forearms so that would be an option for you as well, but I highly doubt you'd need to.

 

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Reference Image:

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Next, in one of your photos, your kidney is overlapping your chest piece. A simple dressing issue, but worth pointing out. When you're out trooping, just be sure to have a handler give you a quick look to ensure nothing is out of place.

 

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Reference Image:

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Moving along, a lot of troopers prefer a weathered canvas belt which is totally fine, but in the 501st we tend to err a bit more on the side of an ideal look, so we're suggesting you give your canvas belt a bit of a haircut just so there aren't so many long hanging stray threads.

 

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Reference Image:

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As was already mentioned, if you're going for ultimate screen accuracy, the ends of your TD clips should be squared off, not rounded. A minor detail for sure but worth mentioning. If you do decide to make this change, note that the clips would need to be repositioned so the ends are still flush against the plastic panel.

 

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Reference Image

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Next, as was already pointed out, your drop boxes tend to get caught on your thigh pieces. I have the same issue with my right dropbox, and some of us are just unlucky enough that our dropboxes hit in exactly the wrong place. I've been considering using some sort of magnet system to keep them in the right place on my thighs, but haven't done anything about it yet. I'd consider this more of a dressing issue, but you can try adjusting strapping a bit to see if you can get them to fall in a slightly different place, or see if you can adjust your thighs to make it less likely to happen. When you're taking your Centurion photos, just make sure they're sitting in the proper place.

 

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Reference Image:

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Finally, a tiny nit. I see you've already backed the gap in the rear thigh ridge with ABS which is great, but you could also go the extra mile and fill it with ABS paste for a super clean look.

 

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Centurion Requirements

In this section we prepare you for Centurion. More photos may be requested in the future that allow us to make better decisions on possible adjustments. If there are any areas of concern they will be discussed here.


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

 

The L3 CRL states:

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

 

From the front, your shoulder gap is textbook perfect, but the gap in the back is a little bigger than we'd like. We realize all troopers' bodies are different, but we'd like you to try to minimize the gap in the rear. We'd suggest ensuring the top strapping is short, trimming off all the lower return edge on the shoulder bells, and even being aware of how you're holding your body.

 

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Reference Image:

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Finally, the L3 CRL states:

 

The top of the ABS ammo belt should sit at or just above the bottom of the central and vertical abdomen button panels.

 

Your belt is sitting just a touch too low. As you can see from the reference photos, you can even overlap the bottom button slightly.

 

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Reference Images:

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And that's it! I have no doubt in your ability to make these couple small adjustments, so I'm looking forward to seeing your Centurion application soon. Congratulations again!

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  • shashachu changed the title to TK14097 ANH STUNT Requesting EIB Status (RWA) [957]

Thank you very much, this is great news. I look forward to submitting my centurion request through once I’ve sorted out the tweaks required. Thanks again.


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