If I had a little extra money, i would put one f those wireless servos in my helmet! Looks great so far Cameron!
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Thanks Buddy! It's well worth the investment. The response I got on my first troop with my servo working was that of wonderment from both the kids and adult fans. They couldn't figure out how I was doing it since I just had my hands crossed with my finger on the right gauntlet switches.If I had a little extra money, i would put one f those wireless servos in my helmet! Looks great so far Cameron!
I posted on your thread Justin. Sorry I should have thought of that earlier to share the love I haven't gotten your light kit yet but it looks just as slick and probably an ease as far as installs go. I'm trying to re-fabricate and piece one together now so we'll see how creative I can get.That looks like one of my kits. How is it working out for you? Did you get a light kit from me as well?
Dude you look gnarly as **** haha, good work. How tall are you?A little over a week ago I ended up joining a Star Wars Fan club called the Twin Suns here in the central valley California. As soon as I joined they told me they had a couple slots open for passes to troop at a local theater for the Rogue One Premier! So I stayed up late trying to finish my helmet and threw my suit together to make it pretty troopable. Disclaimer: Shin tools are in the wrong pockets and this is only due to the fact that my Loan Star Flight suit shin tool pocket on my right leg is too small to fit the squeegee tool, so I'll have to make some modifications. I didn't have time to finish them either so they are just painted silver :/ I'm also missing my sidearm holster. Other than that I think I could even meet 501st CRL but I'm just happy I was able to troop my Fett for the first time!
Here are a few photo's from the theater. One member even brought his hyperfirm EE-3 and let me troop with it! I definitely felt naked without it.