Bogan

Bogan Starkiller Hoth Armor WIP

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CP is Custom Props./ Claudio Olivier.

 

A Prop and Leather Maker from Argentina.

 

He made a lot of Stuff for my Vader Suit. Good Quality.

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3 hours ago, Bogan said:

i just have the Material. I wait till i finished the V2 of the Backplate and the Boots

Alright!  Good luck and I'll be keeping an eye out to see how you attach yours.  Good job so far! :) 

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3 hours ago, Bogan said:

CP is Custom Props./ Claudio Olivier.

 

A Prop and Leather Maker from Argentina.

 

He made a lot of Stuff for my Vader Suit. Good Quality.

He makes a ton of stuff for a lot of the Detachments. Made the flak vest for my 181st when I was still wanting to make the costume.

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3 hours ago, Bogan said:

CP is Custom Props./ Claudio Olivier.

 

A Prop and Leather Maker from Argentina.

 

He made a lot of Stuff for my Vader Suit. Good Quality.

OOH this is the same guy that one of our local vaders was telling me about!  I'll make note of this and see if he might be able to do the gloves for me, grazie, my friend! :D

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17 hours ago, Bogan said:

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Is this foam? Make sure you seal it and paint it as the armor shouldn't have any texture to it and should be completely smooth.

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16 hours ago, DarthValkyria said:

Is this foam? Make sure you seal it and paint it as the armor shouldn't have any texture to it and should be completely smooth.

No ;)

Its PVC.  Like the Rest of the Armor.

I will paint it the same Way i painted V1 of the Backplate and the whole Armor.

Three Layers of Black, Metalic, Silver and Gunmetal Grey and on Top 2K  Transparent Car Paint.

 

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Finished all Details on the Boots.

Heelplates are painted and currently drying.

 

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Test with all Parts.

Only missing Pieces are the Cables and the Neck Spine.

And i have to attache the Jacket to the Pants. Otherwise it will pull up like this.....

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Looking good.

Need someone to help you put it on, so the shirt doesn't bunch and rise up, and then dont move to keep it there lol

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Yes i know :D

It looks silly.... have to change that.

 

BTW: what Material do u use for the Heel Plates..?

 

PVC is nice but really hard on the Heels...

 

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On 8/30/2018 at 6:51 AM, Yankee71 said:

Looking good.

Need someone to help you put it on, so the shirt doesn't bunch and rise up, and then dont move to keep it there lol

Yep... this is what probably happened to mine which didn't help me much :( 

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Second Turn:

Jacket is fixed and the Heelplates and Cables are attached.

Only Thing missing: Neck Spinearmor (working on V2 with Gum Base.

(And the left Collar Armor was getting loose during Pictures :???:)

But besides that....

What what do u think? Ready for Approval?

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Overall it looks good.

The vest in the front should be sitting up a bit higher.

The codpiece should be lower, not blocking the view of the belt buckle.

I can nitpick it all day, but no one wants that. lol

Have to wait and see what your GML thinks.

 

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On 9/3/2018 at 1:30 AM, Bogan said:

BTW: what Material do u use for the Heel Plates..?

 

PVC is nice but really hard on the Heels...

 

Sheet medal

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