***Updates*** So I thought it would be a good idea to document a few things along my journey to complete my ESB costume. I currently have: Flight Suit - Arkady Vest - Arkady Neckseal - Arkady Pouches - Arkady Helmet - Bobamaker V3 Armor - Fettpride Gauntlets - MOW Jetpack - MOW Wool Cape - MOW Boots - Imperial Boots Gloves - Myself Girth Belt - Horse Girth/ Dyed Myself Sacros K-11 - Etsy Jetpack Harness Replica - ? Ammo Belt - Delta13Mike EE-3 - Sidewinder - Modded ROTJ Shoulder Studs - ? Shin Tools - Found Parts/ Myself Chest Lights - Fettronics Nemrod Holster - Toolguy301 I still need the following: Wookie Braids - Woodman And I think that's about it???? Maybe I'm forgetting something but if so let me know. I wanted to share some of my progress on my ESB costume. I recently finished the helmet and am awaiting for some helmet padding that I purchased on Amazon. I read lots of people have used it and its removable so I can wash it after a long day of trooping. Don't want a stinky helmet. lol You can find my helmet post here: Fettology Bucket Build *Pic Heavy* I have started to work on the armor. I trimmed out the pieces, and sanded them. I primed them in a matt grey primer and based them out in "Bright Silver" by Floquil. After I gave time for complete drying I masked off the armor as close to as I could using old ESB screen caps/ ref pics I've found on here and google. I then started the green base layer. I know I have read many people asking the correct color of the ESB armor. Some I believe say its not just one color, some say its POG with mists of RLM 62. Some say different stuff so I have decided it is whatever you think looks the best. So here is my setup. I started off the base with Model master US Med Green. I then did oversprays of Panzer Olive Green (which I didn't see too much of a difference), RLM 62 which I noticed was a lot lighter and more on the tan size, RLM 73 for some darker areas, and finely a mist of Polyscale Earth. I will do a lot more washes of weathering after I add the yellow and some finer details. I also need to add some dulling spray to matt it down a bit. The enamel really likes to dry to an almost satin finish. As for the knees and shoulders, I used Polyscale Up Armor Yellow. This was my base color for the 3 (knees and one shoulder). I had to do a total of 2 coats to get complete coverage. I then made up a color for the right shoulder bell using Polyscales Up Armor Yellow, Reefer Yellow, and Rock Island Maroon. I don't have exact measurements just whatever looked good to my eye. I then painted the shoulder bell with this mix and think it turned out good. I then took this mix and put a tiny bit in with some straight Up Armor Yellow to get a slight shift in color and that got oversprayed onto the knees to give them that slight variance. This armor as well will get a quick dusting of dulling spray before moving onto the next steps. Any thoughts would be great on improving the armor.