Honestly, the suit looks awesome. My only bit of advice is to take more clear pictures for your final application photos. I'm hoping to be joining the MMCC soon as well!
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Yeah, I've been getting the blurry pic feedback. My wife was watching the Bachelor and was very upset with me wanting her to take them during it so she was in a hurry lol.
Appreciate the comments.
Yeah from what I can see, the armor is well done, and fits correctly! So I don't see why you wouldn't make it when you take a few clear pictures! Just follow the app picture requirements (I'm sure you've seen them before). What clan will you be joining in?
As you wish
I retook some last night. Ill be in Clan Murraan. (North texas)
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Wow mate that looks awesome!! Brill work!!
I'm not seeing anything that sticks out that the app team will ding... It looks good bud I wish you good luck!
Looks good Brother! I would in time upgrade to MOW 2013 boots and add a jet pack but there's really nothing to ding you on. I also really enjoyed your color choices, well thought out and your Mando looks as if he could have been in the same campaign with Fett at some point. Cool Mr.
Last edited by Syper; Mar 15, 2014 at 9:02 AM.
Well you already have my opinions but I thought I would reply on this site too.
The kit is looking good.
That looks really good! Love the job you have done.
As a 501st member who has trooped with mandos (and I have an unapproved Boba), I can say without a doubt that you are going to be called "Boba Fett" a lot with that outfit. I started my mando in march. I would never do a mando in green with a grey jumpsuit. A major reason I procrastinated for a year before starting after telling everyone I troop with that my next project would be a mando, is how much trouble I had picking a color scheme and armor design that wouldn't be confused for Boba or Jango.
I have given up on correcting people who call Ein Karell "Boba Fett" when we troop. He's forest green and orange with a dark grey jumpsuit and horns on the helmet. Last time we trooped, there was a movie licensed standee of pre-pro Boba Fett right behind him and a woman walked up with a child and said "do you know who that is? right, that's boba fett."
Again, yours looks good technically, but it also looks from an outsider's point of view, like you tried to make a Boba Fett from memory and painted some parts wrong. You definitely put it all together right and did a good job. I just want to warn you about the sentence you're going to be saying at every troop outside of major conventions: "no, I'm actually a custom mandalorian, not boba fett."