armor

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    Maron Sol's Avatar
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    armor

    i need some help on what i should use for armor plates

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    stormshadow2100's Avatar
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    Re: armor

    Use WOF templates with what ever you can afford ,like sintra, fiberglass or vacum form for your armour .

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    wanta be jango's Avatar
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    Re: armor

    hi

    use garbage cans great effect for the price

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    Alpha-2's Avatar
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    Re: armor

    If you dont have much money on hand, and want a cheaper great looking mando use a plastic trashcan.

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    Re: armor

    Thats sounds strange doesnt it? Its true though, if you look back in the older Jango threads, there are folks who have used the templates to cut out the pieces from a regular ol plastic trashcan, then painted and weathered them for effect.

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    Alpha-2's Avatar
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    Re: armor

    You are definatly right

    Heres the finished sketch i did for you maron


    hope that helps with the building process

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    Isabet Reau's Avatar
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    Re: armor

    When that 'trash can' thread came out. I was amazed! I was gonna spead at least $100 bucks on armor set.

    Totally go with the trash can if you don't have extra cash!

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