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Ola...

at present I work at my sandtrooper. Today i've finished my boots. The approach is, the boots are down...also dirtiest. My question is to the other sandtrooper, is the so far ok?!?!....also of attach the color.

Why the boots first, because it was simpler for me. If it goes inclined, it should not be difficult to make it again.

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Cheers, Daniel

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While it's more weathering than I personally like... I like that. (if that makes sense)

It's very... "realistic"...

Looks like you've been trooping in the muddy streets of Mos Eisley as much as in the sand. B)

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It looks cool. A different approach form what I've seen before. Very dirty look makes it look tuff!

Have a question here: How are you planning to do your armor's weathering?

Same two tones?

Or is it just one or the other?

I think that boots should be the dirtier part of the armor since they are the closest to the ground. That should make the armor be more dirty around the ankles and almost no dirt at all on the helmet.

But, what are you planning to do?

Looks good.

Weathering is a personal thing and will give your armor a lot of personality...

Saludos

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I think that boots should be the dirtier part of the armor since they are the closest to the ground. That should make the armor be more dirty around the ankles and almost no dirt at all on the helmet.

I'm totally thinking the same thing... I bet that's what he's doing.

Are we right?! B)

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Weathering is a personal thing and will give your armor a lot of personality...

That's right....

but later seen i will take some more color away there...

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it is nevertheless a little too strong ;):mellow:

Have a question here: How are you planning to do your armor's weathering?

It becomes somewhat dezenter ;)

I bet that's what he's doing.

I hope it also :lol:

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It becomes somewhat dezenter ;)

What my German brother is trying to say is "It'll become somewhat more subtle", I guess. And that's what I personally think would be better too. It is his own choice of course, and I do agree that it gives your armor it's personality if it's not done like any other sandtrooper. But this is more like mud than sand, whoa!

So yeah, Daniel - you're going the route with movie accurate after all? Has my reference pic changed your mind? :P

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Yes, of course...it's a matter of taste ;)

But it was too violent.....this evening i do it again...somewhat dezenter :P

Obi, it becomes nevertheless dirtier :P:lol:

PS: Thx for the reference pic ;):)

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Ok guys....

(ooops)i dit it again :P:lol:

...the weathering was very strong. After one night sleep, it was too strong also for me :mellow:

Here is the new version 3.0-

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I remain nevertheless thereby...the boots are dirtiest of whole costume!

That is my goal....

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Much better I would say!

Looking good!

Remember when weathering the armor, it is sand and dust, we dont want no mud!! hehehe!

Saludos.

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Ola...

I began times only with something small...with the handplates...i think so slowly get I the trick out. What do you think?

With flash-

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Cheers...

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I think you're on the right track most assuredly!

Looks great to me. :duim:

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those handplates look cool to me bro!!!! B):)

cant wait to see your progress :)

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Might be the picture, but the light brown looks almost yellow. I like heavy weathering, but I would dab some off and highlight the low area with a darker color.

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Nice!

I like the organic look of it.

If you achieve that look on the whole armor, that would look awesome for sure!

Saludos

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Which new of my front-

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**** camera...i think, the camera get broken soon :(

It does not show the details so well, as live it looks :huh::blink:

I hope nevertheless, one can it well recognize.

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take the pics outside in the shade....they will come out much better :) looks great though :)

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take the pics outside in the shade....they will come out much better :) looks great though :)

I should make that...

I discovered however directly, what still better I could make, than I had compared the camera and “live " pictures.

I have the fine dust with the ivory color, with their I simulated, also dabs and smears the free white surfaces. And see there….it pleases me equal over far better.

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Nice job man!!!!

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Hey, shits correctly fun makes so slow :P:lol:

whereby the technology also better and better becomes.

After I made the complete right side finished yesterday, I have with the left side begun…

...and afterwards then finally the :td: comes..... :peace:

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To be continued.....

Edit: Sry, the pictures are overexposed something :blink:

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Ola Guys...

it was a hard fight :blink::mellow:

but it's done :D .....the helmet is dirty!!!

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Which I must still make at the set, I see only in the end....improve some more possibly here or there.

Cheers....

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Very nice! Looks real. B)

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