I think i know what you mean MinuteFett, the pigs on the Codpiece won´t be visible when i attache the girthbelt and the holster, guess these are spots for screws for holding the beltDid you have any pits or big holes in your armor? I have the same armor from DC props but it seems like yours is in a lot better condition than mine...
Honestly i didn´t really saw them, just the pigs on my codpiece, but on the back, as i said, didn´t saw them. i will fill them with putty and sand it smooth for good lookHmm no. Sorry!
Did you have any imperfections in your armor? Like, did you have a lot of holes in the armor?
Like in the picture below.
I have to fix a lot of these holes in my armor and was wondering if you filled them in with putty or sanded them down?
You would laugh, i polished the armor under cool water and it looked like nothing shiny silver would appear, but a friend told me to use a polish paste for cars to get more silver out, and it worked greatI was just wondering because yours looks really shiny and smooth and is making me want to go back and polish up my armor a lot more lol.
Yes it´s them, i found them in a search on Google, i gave the files to a friend with a 3D printer and they worked awesome in a bigger scale
Thanks Francis, just saw in your profile that your from my home city Aachen ^^ a small worldhi patty, so far so good! nice to see your work. well i also found stormtrooperguys files and will also print them soon.
i am interested on the adjustment of the nozzle for your prints. do you know how it was set and what kind of printer was used ?
thanks in advanced
heh heh heh ..... happy little world ^^Thanks Francis, just saw in your profile that your from my home city Aachen ^^ a small world
In the files are holes integrated, that allows me to add them with screws. I will show up the process when i got the other parts after my vacation trip.
I don´t know which printer the guy used which printed my gauntlets.
(Just found a picture in your threads with you and Frank Lexis, i know him well )