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TK 27928 Requesting ANH Stunt Centurion status(Anovos) (503)


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Name: Shawn Knight

TK ID: TK-27928

Forum Name: Zerop1ng

Garrison: Alabama Garrison, Delta Squad 

 

Armor Maker: Anovos

Helmet Maker: Anovos

Blaster Maker: Self

Link to EIBhttps://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/51087-txtk-27928-requesting-anh-stunt-eib-statusanovos1024/

 

Optional Information

 

Height/ Weight: 6' 190 lbs

Boot Maker: Imperial Boots

Canvas Belt Maker: Imperial Issue

Hand Guard Supplier: Justjoseph63

Holster Maker: Anovos

 

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Armor Details:

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Helmet Details:

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Accessories:

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Blaster:

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Fingers crossed! 

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  • Zerop1ng changed the title to TK 27928 Requesting ANH Stunt Centurion status

Looking SHARP. Shawn!  You did a fantastic job on the requested fixes :salute:, but we need one last small one before we can get started, brother.  You ABS belt needs to be raised about half an inch or so.  I know you have snaps on the sides, but I would just use some heavy-duty white Velcro strips in the center to raise it a bit.  Easy peasy.

 

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Nice work, you may want to undue your ear screw a little, the top of your ear is being squashed in.

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Appears your belt button covers are a different color to the belt.

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Good luck with approval

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Nice work, you may want to undue your ear screw a little, the top of your ear is being squashed in.
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Appears your belt button covers are a different color to the belt.
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Good luck with approval
The original rivet covers were damaged during the belt disassembly and anovos doesnt have a replacemebt parts program as far as I know ha so I had to use another vendor

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Looking SHARP. Shawn!  You did a fantastic job on the requested fixes :salute:, but we need one last small one before we can get started, brother.  You ABS belt needs to be raised about half an inch or so.  I know you have snaps on the sides, but I would just use some heavy-duty white Velcro strips in the center to raise it a bit.  Easy peasy.
 
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Hi! Thanks I appreciate that.

Is a close up front, left and right view sufficient for the adjusted belt pics or do you need a full suit up?

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Hi Shawn, and THANK YOU for your submission for ANH Centurion!

 

CRL and Centurion Application Requirements:

All required photos have been submitted, and on behalf of the entire D.O. staff we are pleased to welcome you to the rank of CENTURION   Congratulations!  :salute:

 

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 armour. Note that we consider both text (CRL) and pictures (screen caps/reference images) when reviewing submissions.

 

 -Just one thing to mention Shawn... Maybe you can check how the forearms are strapped to the biceps. You can see how the cover strips line up nicely on the left arm, but not so good on the right.  Twisting it down about half an inch and dropping it down a little would line them up as well as even out the gaps.:jc_doublethumbup:

 

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-We noticed that the button covers on your ABS belt are a different color than the rest of the belt, which means that you changed them out at some point to meet the guidelines:duim:.  BUT, as Anovos is pretty much no longer in business and that replacement parts for that particular armor are no longer in production we understand why you did that, so we understand and appreciate the fact that you took the time to replace them!:th_AnimatedBravoSmiley:.

 

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 And that's it Shawn, you did it...Outstanding job!!!. Thank you for your hard work to making your armor much closer to screen accurate.

Welcome to the Centurion ranks!!!   :th_AnimatedBravoSmiley:

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  • Chemi changed the title to TK 27928 Requesting ANH Stunt Centurion status(Anovos) (503)

Thank you so much!

2 years ago when I decided to start making an armor kit and join the 501st I heard of the Centurion program. This became my goal- to build a costume that met the exacting accuracy requirements. To become one of the elite who pursued the refinement of the armor to the highest standard. 

 

My decision to join the 501st came not only from my love of Star Wars but of my love of movies as well. Props and costumes are a way of bringing the fantasy and imagination of film to you, to exist in our reality and be able to be seen- in real life and in arms reach. 

 

The ability of a prop or costume to connect to a film I love is a tremendous feeling for me personally, and to see people react to us while we troop is amazing. That sense of wonder, the lilttle bit of uncertainty about being so close to something they know can't be real- yet there it is! Right on front of me! That's Darth Vader! Oh look R2 D2! Not only I heard these exclamatians I have made them as well. Even during my first troop at Pensacon 2021 I was in my armor going "Ooh! Biker scout!". 

 

To me the strength of the illusion we provide wth our costumes is strongest when the accuracy and craftsmanship is there in our build. So that has always been my goal from day one of my path here at FISD and the 501st. And although this isn't the costume I started this path with (I'm stil working on it!), I am finally here.

 

I am extremely proud to join the ranks of Centurion and I hope all of my builds inspire fans and my fellow troopers to take it as far as they can.

 

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Congratulations and welcome to the Centurion ranks trooper 

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