Minus a few tweaks here and there that is.
What do you guys think?
Looks nice. The only points I could make might be the following:
1) The gloves look super dark grey. But this could be a lighting thing.
2) I couldn't see the divers belt buckle on the jetpack harness.
3) The girth belt looks a little small from the back side. I believe there should be like 4 to 5 inches of strap in the back.
4) I don't see the splats...but that might be me. I believe the legs are to be completely tucked in with the splats being used for the transition from boots to pants. I am sure others here will correct me.
Again the above are just nit-picky things. Others might notice more important stuff.
I think it looks great! Nice looking ESB you have there. Really dig your weathering. A filthy Fett is a happy Fett lol. @crumdum, there are no spats on the ESB version. Those are make believe fairy tale stuff some girl put on ROTJ Fett......
Not bad at all! Could you maybe hoist the Jetpack up a little higher on your back? Alternately, you could move the mounting points on the pack a little lower to achieve the same effect.
As as for the boot cuffs on the flight suit, as mentioned by crumdum... I took my flightsuit to a tailor with a print of the flightsuit pic from the 501 ESB Fett CRL. It has the calves taken in at the bottom, creating a conical, tapered look to the shins. My tailor was able to take them in (as well as my arms) to help create the slim shin look.
I'm starting my first build now. Just gathering up parts. This put a big smile on my face. Looks Amazing.
Hahahahahahah re RoTJ Spats
I didn't notice it was hanging a little low until I saw the pictures. I can take the straps in an inch or two that should fix that problem.
Having the legs tailored is a really good idea. I don't like how billowy they are. I just haven't put it on enough to nitpick the details.
Thanks for the points!
Looks really really good!
Good job. Looks great. The clean(ish) gloves stand out a bit with all your other great weathering.