You can really see how great the costume design is when it still looks awesome without all the armor on top. The undersuit is so practically designed that it all makes sense. Incredible build
Thank you so much! I am really excited to see it all come together It's a tough journey, especially when you're staring at all the loose parts for quite some time. But seeing it all fit and work together is such a magical momentYou can really see how great the costume design is when it still looks awesome without all the armor on top. The undersuit is so practically designed that it all makes sense. Incredible build
Thank you so much thire! Happy New Year to you as well!Wow!!! Awesome project...really takes me back to when I first started getting serious about costuming (2006). Yes, weathering will certainly help but man have you got this thing nailed. THIS is the way Happy New Year!
Thanks neophyl! Which plate are you referring to? I definitely think that the blaster currently is the weakest link of the whole suit The safety pin on mine is not painted gold yet eitherIt does look fantastic. Just one more nitpick The side panel on your blaster needs rotating 180 degrees, its upside down. I've just spent 3 days modelling up a version to fit lasertag electronics inside so it just jumped out at me.
Thanks for pointing that out Would definitely have to get a new blaster at that point since this one is printed in one, solid piece But will make sure to check for that when I do (somewhere in the future)On the right hand side (as you are holding it) there's an L shaped plate with 2 small button headed hex screws. It bridges the upper body and top frame above the trigger. The edge with the 2 small screws should be located towards the bottom.
If you look at the blaster factory version (which I would love to own but far to spendy for me) FIELDMARSHAL Aluminum Bergmann Mandalorian Blaster -SHIPPING NOW - Blaster Factory the plate is in black on the picture and shows the correct orientation.