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    Jul 26, 2014, 2:47 PM - Greetings, exalted ones (from Oregon) #1

    Been lurking for a while and thought I would finally join, so hello.

    Interested in putting a Fett together, but I'm in no rush.
    I'm also interested in learning the skills it may take to complete such a task, as I enjoy learning how to do new things.

    Quick question to the existing members. Is there an index of the usual members that produce Fett parts (on an on-going basis) and what they typically produce?
    I've looked for something like that, but haven't found it yet.
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    Jul 30, 2014, 1:51 AM - Re: Greetings, exalted ones (from Oregon) #2

    Welcome to TDH!
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    Jul 30, 2014, 10:37 AM - Re: Greetings, exalted ones (from Oregon) #3

    Thanks, bcurtis!

    This really is my kind of place! I think one of the things I appreciate most is just how much the people here encourage, foster and help develop new craftsmanship skills among the user base. You don't get that just anywhere.

    Plus, where else are you going to find the world's best emoticons?
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    Jul 30, 2014, 3:42 PM - Re: Greetings, exalted ones (from Oregon) #4

    Quote aMochaTano said: View Post
    Plus, where else are you going to find the world's best emoticons?
    Dang Straight!!! Shaaaaaa pp2 or die trying

    Welcome to TDH aMochaTano happy to have you.

    Research, research and then research some more. Decide what Fett suit you like the best then research even more. Please resist the urge to buy everything in the cargo hold, especially the shiny things, donít look at shiny! Once you have a style you like then you need to decide if you will be making these items or buying them? if I could do it all over again I would concentrate on all the soft parts first. Some people like to start with the helmet so they can see something or have a reminder of their build and thatís cool too. Just my opinion but once you get all the soft parts out of the way it makes fitting the armor pieces easier.

    Ok need any assistance just ask
    Take Care
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    Jul 30, 2014, 8:51 PM - Re: Greetings, exalted ones (from Oregon) #5

    Hi Syper! Thanks for the advice! I'm leaning toward ROTJ vanilla at this point , but that's not set in stone. Yep, I totally agree with soft parts first. Oddly enough, I get just as excited when I see a sexy lookin girth belt as I do when checking out a nice center diamond armor piece. XD

    So far I'm just trying to plan out everything I'm going to want to incorporate, and thus far, my parts list is around 60 rows deep in the spreadsheet, ha ha. Don't want to forget the little things like wires, primer, adhesive and such!
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    Jul 30, 2014, 10:51 PM - Re: Greetings, exalted ones (from Oregon) #6

    Well sounds like your off to a great start, love how detail oriented you sound, that will serve you well. Good luck with your build
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    Jul 31, 2014, 1:48 AM - Re: Greetings, exalted ones (from Oregon) #7

    Sounds perfect but you might want to consider one change......ESB Boba is SO much cooler. >
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    Jul 31, 2014, 2:02 AM - Re: Greetings, exalted ones (from Oregon) #8

    Ha ha, I bet if I look hard enough I'll be able to find at least one dedicated ESB vs ROTJ thread somewhere.

    Let the nerd rage commence! XD

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