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Heavy1973 last won the day on April 9

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    Heidi L. Sørensen
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  1. It looks better, but I still think the eye sockets are to big and the groove around the edge on the silver design has to be removed. The nose looks better and so do the cheekbones, though they still look a bit sharp/pointed at the sides, could be the angle that the picture is taken. It looks like you´re 3d printing it yourself and has the ability to redesign it - is it possible for you to take the mask from the CRL and set them aside ? that way you can see the difference better.
  2. If you take a look at the CRL here : https://databank.501st.com/databank/Costuming:SL_darth_nihilus , your mask is sadly not looking like that. The eye holes are to big, the silver design is not supposed to have a submerged groove around the edge like yours have, and the cheekbones are to pointed if you look at it from the front + they are not skull like enough, when you look at it from the side. The black mask should also have its nose through the nose of the white mask, which yours doesn´t seem to do, because the hole is to small. I had to redo my 3d printed mask to get it to
  3. In my opinion, the mask looks a bit odd in its shape - @DarthValkyria ?
  4. The link works, but it is only for detachment members, that is why you can´t access it yet. When your access has been granted, you can
  5. Congratulations - what a great costume, you look amazing
  6. Hi I made mine in one piece - as to a pattern, I havent found one yet, so I just winged it... you can see my build here : https://www.theflagshipeclipse.com/forums/index.php?/topic/3864-wip-nihilus-coft/ It is a bit hard to explain but I put velcro inside the vacumformed hood, sewed velcro on the fabric, attached it and then pulled it over the hood and down the back. For the front of the hood, I sewed in a piece of fabric to hide the gape between the form and the mask, I made the knot in front at the chest and shortened the cape, done.
  7. Indeed it is - I am fascinated by how many things you can make with a 3d machine. Thank you so much, that is really nice of you - right now, he is printing place cards holders for my youngest sons confirmation in April, which is kept in Jurassic Park/World theme one of our friends made the file for us.
  8. My son got a Ender printer when he turned 18, so he is in the learning steps at the moment but he did print a couple of things, like pokemon figures for his younger brother and christmas ornaments for his old mum You just write her a message here on the forum - you can find her profil under "Staff" or use this link and she will get back to you : https://www.theflagshipeclipse.com/forums/index.php?/profile/174-darthvalkyria/
  9. That looks great - really looking forward to seeing how it turns out as an actual 3d print. As to being an approved 501st. file, we would need to get our DL Nina to take a look and give the ok - it would be an amazing resource for others to be able to get the "right" shaped mask for a 3d print, and thank you so much for putting the work into doing this
  10. This one is better - is it possible to get the checkbones under the eyes to be a bit more outgoing or will they be when printed ? you can see it on my mask here before and after - I had to do it by hand, I am no good with a 3d printer LOL - but it looks like you can, so that print file would be a great help for others doing the Nihilus, since there is no correct 3d file that I know of yet :
  11. Much better, nicely done - and good idea to see, how it will look with the boots on, though I suspect you´ll still need to shorten it a bit
  12. Hi good to see, that you haven´t given up on this You´ll need to shorten the skirt though, as it is only to nearly touch the ground - you also need to fold the fabric in and sew down along the split, so the white lines at the fabric edge are hidden, since there shouldn´t be any fraying of the fabric there. On the pic from the CRL you can see what I mean : looking forward to seeing your progress. As a side note, please make sure, that your mask is up to date, the mask you have pictures of here, will need mods to get approved. I have the same one, and I needed to sand down t
  13. It is of course sad, that you don´t have time now to make the small adjustments, and it is also sad, that you haven´t written a pm to me, as I do what I can to be active daily on the boards, even though it is the Holidays. I would say, that your GML is very nice to have put your pics up on the Legion Board on the 25th. - some GML´s don´t take approvals in at this time of the year due to many being with family and enjoying the Holidays. I answered him on the 26th, since I am in Denmark and there is a time difference. My comments are the same to your GML, that I have written to you here
  14. Sorry for not seeing this thread before, but it is the Holidays and we are all doing this on our free time, that said - no costume is approvable out of the box, neither is the WA, but yes, others have been approved with the WA after making adjustments. It would be nice to get a clear message as to what your GML told you to adjust, instead of you only writing :" Rejected flat out" and then "The Skirt, The Tunic, the Cape, and my Hood were inaccurate/incorrect" I can tell you, what I have noticed : You´ll need to adjust your cape to go over your shoulders and down the back (not down y
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