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The mesh is acceptable for PO. Only for SWAT it is required without mesh.

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Looking realy good. Only the mesh inside the helmet could be wrong.
I like the weathering overall and paintjob on your helmet


Weathering was done using fullers earth, first time Ive used this method but very happy with the results.
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The mesh is acceptable for PO. Only for SWAT it is required without mesh.


Thanks for replying about the mesh question, much appreciated
Cheers


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Hi Darren,

welcome and thank you again for your interest in becoming an MEPD deployed officer!

I was actually waiting for some more pictures but you can also add them after the first review, so let´s get this started

 

Application Review: Part 1

Name: Darren Thorne

Legion ID: TD-16473

Forum Name: DT_FETT_TROOPER

Garrison: UK Garrison

 

Helmet

a. Green lenses: check

b. Paint color of traps / tears: check

c. Correct number of teeth: check

d. Mic tips: check

e. Vocoder color: see comments

f. Tube stripes: check

g. Rank bar on ears: check

h. Brow: check

i. Side screws (ears): check

j. Weathering: check

 

*additional comments*

Please repaint your vocoder, there´s just too much paint missing and when doing so also have a go at the ears again.

As I have already said before, your weathering is really cool, you did a great job mate.
Keep in mind that the mesh behind the teeth is not screenaccurate as pointed out by some of our fellow dirty dudes, nothing to hinder your deployment but you might want to consider getting rid of it

RESULT ON HELMET

pending

 

Armor details

 

a. elastic straps shoulders: check

b. neck seal: check

c. black undersuit: check

d. shoulder bells: see comments

e. biceps: check

f. forearms: check

g. pauldron: check

h. chest / back plate: see comments

i. kidney / butt plate: check

j. ab plate / side rivets / cod: check

k. strapping system: check

l. thighs: check

m. shins / calves: check

n. sniper plate: check

o. boots: check

p. gloves: check

q. hand plates / guards: check

r. ammo belt (waist): check

s. ammo belt (right knee): check

t. canvas belt: check

u. pouches: check

v. weathering: check

 

*additional comments*

Your armor suits you very well and you are among the dirties.:peace:

 

Back: please show me a picture of you wearing the armor without the pack.

Shoulderbells: I already mentioned this in my very first post in your thread: decals are not allowed. I have since started a new thread advertising a new idea: wearing arm bands that can easily be taken off again for canon events. Another idea is simply getting a new plain bell.

Please show me a picture in which you are wearing the armor without decals on the shoulder bell.

 

RESULT ON ARMOR

pending

 

Backpack

a. details: check

b. weathering: check

*additional comments*

Nice pack! I´m jealous of that Shires syphon of yours.;)
The  five cylinders on the original #3 pack look slightly different than the ones you have used but that is a detail that only counts should you consider going for SWAT. For this purpose I would also suggest adding a black disc as a backing for your sunshine Tupperware lid/radardish.

RESULT ON BACKPACK

Checked & Cleared

 

 

Weapon

a. details: check

b. weathering: check

*additional comments*

That is one highly detailed DLT 19, amazing. As an additional comment, besides the usual wear and tear which you have successfully emulated, you might also want to consider giving it a wash with some sandy colour.

RESULT ON WEAPONS

Checked & Cleared

 

Darren, this was your first review! Keep up the good work, those are some easy changes.

I´m looking forward to seeing some new pics of your improved gear soon.

Cheers mate

 

Hausi - MEPD Deployment Officer

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Hi Darren,
welcome and thank you again for your interest in becoming an MEPD deployed officer!
I was actually waiting for some more pictures but you can also add them after the first review, so let´s get this started
 
Application Review: Part 1
Name: Darren Thorne
Legion ID: TD-16473
Forum Name: DT_FETT_TROOPER
Garrison: UK Garrison
 
Helmet
a. Green lenses: check
b. Paint color of traps / tears: check
c. Correct number of teeth: check
d. Mic tips: check
e. Vocoder color: see comments
f. Tube stripes: check
g. Rank bar on ears: check
h. Brow: check
i. Side screws (ears): check
j. Weathering: check
 
*additional comments*
Please repaint your vocoder, there´s just too much paint missing and when doing so also have a go at the ears again.
As I have already said before, your weathering is really cool, you did a great job mate.
Keep in mind that the mesh behind the teeth is not screenaccurate as pointed out by some of our fellow dirty dudes, nothing to hinder your deployment but you might want to consider getting rid of it

RESULT ON HELMET
pending
 
Armor details
 
a. elastic straps shoulders: check
b. neck seal: check
c. black undersuit: check
d. shoulder bells: see comments
e. biceps: check
f. forearms: check
g. pauldron: check
h. chest / back plate: see comments
i. kidney / butt plate: check
j. ab plate / side rivets / cod: check
k. strapping system: check
l. thighs: check
m. shins / calves: check
n. sniper plate: check
o. boots: check
p. gloves: check
q. hand plates / guards: check
r. ammo belt (waist): check
s. ammo belt (right knee): check
t. canvas belt: check
u. pouches: check
v. weathering: check
 
*additional comments*
Your armor suits you very well and you are among the dirties.:peace:
 
Back: please show me a picture of you wearing the armor without the pack.
Shoulderbells: I already mentioned this in my very first post in your thread: decals are not allowed. I have since started a new thread advertising a new idea: wearing arm bands that can easily be taken off again for canon events. Another idea is simply getting a new plain bell.
Please show me a picture in which you are wearing the armor without decals on the shoulder bell.
 
RESULT ON ARMOR
pending
 
Backpack
a. details: check
b. weathering: check
*additional comments*
Nice pack! I´m jealous of that Shires syphon of yours.
The  five cylinders on the original #3 pack look slightly different than the ones you have used but that is a detail that only counts should you consider going for SWAT. For this purpose I would also suggest adding a black disc as a backing for your sunshine Tupperware lid/radardish.

RESULT ON BACKPACK
Checked & Cleared
 
 
Weapon
a. details: check
b. weathering: check
*additional comments*
That is one highly detailed DLT 19, amazing. As an additional comment, besides the usual wear and tear which you have successfully emulated, you might also want to consider giving it a wash with some sandy colour.
RESULT ON WEAPONS
Checked & Cleared
 
Darren, this was your first review! Keep up the good work, those are some easy changes.
I´m looking forward to seeing some new pics of your improved gear soon.
Cheers mate
 
Hausi - MEPD Deployment Officer


Hausi

Thanks for taking the time to review my deployment request. I was waiting for this weekend to do my additional pictures so they were in daylight, unfortunately by the time I finish work and get home it’s dark.
The DLT is more weathered now and no longer new looking like in the pictures. Those photos were taken on the day I received it, since then I trooped with it a number of times so it’s a bit more scuffed and marked up now.

Additional pictures as requested

Helmet
Vocoder repaint and Ears touch up

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Armour

Front

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Back

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Sides

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Full Kit

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Action

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Helmet Off

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Thanks again, look forward to hearing from you soon.

Regards Darren







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Hi Darren, those were some swift improvements, great job mate! :duim:

What did you put on the shoulderbell? Weathered chewing gum? Just kidding;) 

That will work. 

The only thing I just noticed while overlooking it in my first review is that your shoulderpouch is still way too clean... still got some left-over fullers earth? Make that pouch dirty! 

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Hi Darren, those were some swift improvements, great job mate! :duim:
What did you put on the shoulderbell? Weathered chewing gum? Just kidding 
That will work. 
The only thing I just noticed while overlooking it in my first review is that your shoulderpouch is still way too clean... still got some left-over fullers earth? Make that pouch dirty! 


Hausi

Thanks for reply, i just made up a paste using left over plastic and pure acetone, covered over the ukg decal and weathered.

Additional pictures

Shoulder Pouch before

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Shoulder Pouch with extra weathering

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Regards Darren


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Hey Darren,

This is what I call dedication, so cool to see someone who is really into this and motivated to become deployed, great work! So I will follow your example and get to work again to get this trooper deployed and out there to clean the streets and cantinas of all those hives of scum and villainy…:peace:

 

 

Application Review: Part 2

Name: Darren Thorne

Legion ID: TD-16473

Forum Name: DT_FETT_TROOPER

Garrison: UK Garrison

 

Helmet

a. Green lenses: check

b. Paint color of traps / tears: check

c. Correct number of teeth: check

d. Mic tips: check

e. Vocoder color: check

f. Tube stripes: check

g. Rank bar on ears: check

h. Brow: check

i. Side screws (ears): check

j. Weathering: check

 

*additional comments*

RESULT ON HELMET

Checked & Cleared

 

Armor details

 

a. elastic straps shoulders: check

b. neck seal: check

c. black undersuit: check

d. shoulder bells: check

e. biceps: check

f. forearms: check

g. pauldron: check

h. chest / back plate: check

i. kidney / butt plate: check

j. ab plate / side rivets / cod: check

k. strapping system: check

l. thighs: check

m. shins / calves: check

n. sniper plate: check

o. boots: check

p. gloves: check

q. hand plates / guards: check

r. ammo belt (waist): check

s. ammo belt (right knee): check

t. canvas belt: check

u. pouches: check

v. weathering: check

 

*additional comments*

Thanks for suiting up once more and delivering those pics, the gap between your back and kidney is a little big but good to go.

I think the shoulder pouch looks much better now and matches the weathering/level of grime and dirt of the rest of your gear very well.

RESULT ON ARMOR

Checked & Cleared

 

Backpack

a. details: check

b. weathering: check

*additional comments*

Still jealous of that Shires syphon...;)
 

RESULT ON BACKPACK

Checked & Cleared

 

 

Weapon

a. details: check

b. weathering: check

*additional comments*

 

RESULT ON WEAPONS

Checked & Cleared

 

Darren, this was your second  and final review, I really appreciate the effort you have put into this and your positive attitude.

 

You have successfully followed the guidelines in regards to the MEPD CRL and have met the requirements, be proud of yourself.

 Please send the pic you want to use to Luis (Sandman Tigui) and we'll get you squared away.

We will have your updated information uploaded into the MEPD system very soon.

Congratulations on becoming a Deployed Officer of the MEPD, very well-deserved!

 

Cheers mate!

 

Hausi - MEPD Deployment Officer

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43 minutes ago, Hausi said:

Hey Darren,

This is what I call dedication, so cool to see someone who is really into this and motivated to become deployed, great work! So I will follow your example and get to work again to get this trooper deployed and out there to clean the streets and cantinas of all those hives of scum and villainy…:peace:

 

 

Application Review: Part 2

Name: Darren Thorne

Legion ID: TD-16473

Forum Name: DT_FETT_TROOPER

Garrison: UK Garrison

 

Helmet

a. Green lenses: check

b. Paint color of traps / tears: check

c. Correct number of teeth: check

d. Mic tips: check

e. Vocoder color: check

f. Tube stripes: check

g. Rank bar on ears: check

h. Brow: check

i. Side screws (ears): check

j. Weathering: check

 

*additional comments*

RESULT ON HELMET

Checked & Cleared

 

Armor details

 

a. elastic straps shoulders: check

b. neck seal: check

c. black undersuit: check

d. shoulder bells: check

e. biceps: check

f. forearms: check

g. pauldron: check

h. chest / back plate: check

i. kidney / butt plate: check

j. ab plate / side rivets / cod: check

k. strapping system: check

l. thighs: check

m. shins / calves: check

n. sniper plate: check

o. boots: check

p. gloves: check

q. hand plates / guards: check

r. ammo belt (waist): check

s. ammo belt (right knee): check

t. canvas belt: check

u. pouches: check

v. weathering: check

 

*additional comments*

Thanks for suiting up once more and delivering those pics, the gap between your back and kidney is a little big but good to go.

I think the shoulder pouch looks much better now and matches the weathering/level of grime and dirt of the rest of your gear very well.

RESULT ON ARMOR

Checked & Cleared

 

Backpack

a. details: check

b. weathering: check

*additional comments*

Still jealous of that Shires syphon...;)
 

RESULT ON BACKPACK

Checked & Cleared

 

 

Weapon

a. details: check

b. weathering: check

*additional comments*

 

RESULT ON WEAPONS

Checked & Cleared

 

Darren, this was your second  and final review, I really appreciate the effort you have put into this and your positive attitude.

 

You have successfully followed the guidelines in regards to the MEPD CRL and have met the requirements, be proud of yourself.

 Please send the pic you want to use to Luis (Sandman Tigui) and we'll get you squared away.

We will have your updated information uploaded into the MEPD system very soon.

Congratulations on becoming a Deployed Officer of the MEPD, very well-deserved!

 

Cheers mate!

 

Hausi - MEPD Deployment Officer

Hausi

Yippee!!

Thanks for all your help and guidance on my MEPD deployment request, very much appreciated mate. 

Regards Darren

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16 minutes ago, CableGuy said:

Top job, Darren. One of my favourite TD builds of late. :-)

Cheers Dan, thankyou for the kind words, very much appreciated mate.

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Well deserved Darren! Congrats Police Officer :duim:

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Hey Darren,
This is what I call dedication, so cool to see someone who is really into this and motivated to become deployed, great work! So I will follow your example and get to work again to get this trooper deployed and out there to clean the streets and cantinas of all those hives of scum and villainy…:peace:
 
 
Application Review: Part 2
Name: Darren Thorne
Legion ID: TD-16473
Forum Name: DT_FETT_TROOPER
Garrison: UK Garrison
 
Helmet
a. Green lenses: check
b. Paint color of traps / tears: check
c. Correct number of teeth: check
d. Mic tips: check
e. Vocoder color: check
f. Tube stripes: check
g. Rank bar on ears: check
h. Brow: check
i. Side screws (ears): check
j. Weathering: check
 
*additional comments*
RESULT ON HELMET
Checked & Cleared
 
Armor details
 
a. elastic straps shoulders: check
b. neck seal: check
c. black undersuit: check
d. shoulder bells: check
e. biceps: check
f. forearms: check
g. pauldron: check
h. chest / back plate: check
i. kidney / butt plate: check
j. ab plate / side rivets / cod: check
k. strapping system: check
l. thighs: check
m. shins / calves: check
n. sniper plate: check
o. boots: check
p. gloves: check
q. hand plates / guards: check
r. ammo belt (waist): check
s. ammo belt (right knee): check
t. canvas belt: check
u. pouches: check
v. weathering: check
 
*additional comments*
Thanks for suiting up once more and delivering those pics, the gap between your back and kidney is a little big but good to go.
I think the shoulder pouch looks much better now and matches the weathering/level of grime and dirt of the rest of your gear very well.
RESULT ON ARMOR
Checked & Cleared
 
Backpack
a. details: check
b. weathering: check
*additional comments*
Still jealous of that Shires syphon...
 
RESULT ON BACKPACK
Checked & Cleared
 
 
Weapon
a. details: check
b. weathering: check
*additional comments*
 
RESULT ON WEAPONS
Checked & Cleared
 
Darren, this was your second  and final review, I really appreciate the effort you have put into this and your positive attitude.
 
You have successfully followed the guidelines in regards to the MEPD CRL and have met the requirements, be proud of yourself.
 Please send the pic you want to use to Luis (Sandman Tigui) and we'll get you squared away.

We will have your updated information uploaded into the MEPD system very soon.

Congratulations on becoming a Deployed Officer of the MEPD, very well-deserved!
 
Cheers mate!
 
Hausi - MEPD Deployment Officer



Hi Hausi

Quick question, I sent pm to Luis on day of clearance but no heard anything back as yet. Just wondering if he received my message and how long it usually takes to be squared.

Regards Darren


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Hey Darren, don't worry, I'm pretty sure he has received the message and will get back to you very soon, guess he's busy, keep in mind that we all work regulary jobs.

And trust me, those pics are worth a little wait!:yes:

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