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The Red Mandalorian:
Big Red here poking my head in and saying hi.  Had a moment between sailing for the Navy.  Checking up on things here.  I've started a new post about Fan Expo Van Apr 21 - 22 hope all you up and comers come by the 501st table and intro yourself.  They are a bunch of good guys and gals and will even be hosting a couple prop and costume build lectures.  Excellent oppourtunity to gain some valuable table talk knowledge on resources and construction assistance.
Hope to see the group grow so we can start our own panels and make our own impact on the community.

Kad:
Alright,
So I got all my hard pieces (minus gauntlets) and my helmet (DSB Mercenary) now wtf do I do next....

I guess I should get a vest and start from there?

I'm seriously lost here.

Zophar Ptay:
I would suggest starting with the flightsuit and working out as it will be hard to fit a vest without knowing how the stuff under it fits.

Serim Merec:

--- Quote from: Zophar Ptay on Apr 05, 2012, 01:23 AM ---I would suggest starting with the flightsuit and working out as it will be hard to fit a vest without knowing how the stuff under it fits.

--- End quote ---
This is what I'm doing.
I'm trying to build from the inside out so I have to get my boots, flightsuit, gloves (got these), then vest, then belt and Kama, and THEN armor plates... only problem is I can't seem to find a flightsuit in my size and color  :-\

Having a flightsuit on will help with measuring your vest and making sure it fits over top of the flightsuit, and having a vest will help when you mold your plates.

Do you have a WIP thread Kad?
Keep it up!

Thaxos:
Definitely getting the soft parts fitted to you helps to make sure when you do the armor, everything is proportionate.

If you can't get a flightsuit that fits proper, you might want to consider either having one tailored or custom made.

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