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Hausi

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About Hausi

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    Deployment Officer

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    SWAT
  • Name
    Urs

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  1. Please don't use those old pictures anylonger, they weren't screenaccurate, that's why we have replaced them with new and updated pictures: http://www.mepd.net/?page_id=908/ http://www.mepd.net/?page_id=908/# First and foremost, you should always use screencaps as your reference material. Have fun with your build / upgrade.
  2. Now that 3D print looks pristine, great work! Did you print that in resin?
  3. Great picture, good to see some Sandtroopers patrolling the streets. That kilt-wearing clone is kinda cool too!
  4. Hey Sebastian, welcome to the sandpit.
  5. The name's Urs. You take a little bit of water and some drops of the vallejo paint, the mixture depend on how dirty you want it. For really dirty spots, I use a quite thick mixture of black and water first and apply it with a brush, I then use a paper towel to dabb some of it off again to achieve a natural look. I do the same with the earth colour. Especially for some of the crevices you want a little more colour and less water. After the heavy-weathering spots have dried overnight, I use a mixture of less colour with more water and dabb most of it off again after having applied it with a paintbrush again. You just repeat this process until you have reached the right level of sand dirt and grime. It may take some practise but the cool thing is, with a wet paper towel, you take it all off again if you don't like it. If you are finally happy with your weathering, you can seal it with clear coat. Bigwam always does this but I have never done it as I find the weathering to be quite durable enough. Keep in mind that it will be much harder to change your weathering as soon as the clear coat has been applied.
  6. Yeah! I like that helmet, good job mate! High brow ftw.
  7. I only use a bottle of regular black acrylic paint watered down and vallejo game color earth, also mixed with water (the same as bigwam has mentioned above). That's it.
  8. Hey Peter, that's great! Welcome!
  9. Great pictures Peter and kudos for wearing your pack all the time! Sounds like you've had an interesting experience to say the least.
  10. You will find the images on the first page of this thread.
  11. I think this thing looks similar but still has a different shape than the exhaustport used on the original pack.
  12. You might want to try closing them a little further at the front, you just barely have to be able to fit your hands through the opening.
  13. Nice work, very impressive what you have done with that kit.
  14. Great work mate! Those brackets for the canteen are some heavy duty stuff, nice idea to reinforce them from behind the tray's wall. Glad that my idea was helpful for you but I guess I'm not the first one who has done it this way, just the firstone to post it. Thanks for making such a highly detailed build thread, this is going to be helpful for future troopers.
  15. Hi Peter, Thank you for providing those new pictures so quickly, well done. Off we go with the second round Application Review: Part 2 Name: Peter Telep Legion ID: TD-33348 Forum Name: 4Runner Garrison: Florida Garrison / Makaze Squad 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 k. no mesh behind teeth: 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* RESULT ON ARMOR Checked & Cleared Backpack a. details: check b. weathering: check *additional comments* RESULT ON BACKPACK Checked & Cleared Weapon: E-11 a. details: check b. weathering: check *additional comments* Nice job on the weathering, looks great and natural. I am sure you would also do a great job on building yourself a Bapty. RESULT ON WEAPON Checked & Cleared Peter, this was your second and final review! Your gear looks great and you are a worthy addition to the ranks of the MEPD┬┤s finest. Be proud of yourself! You have successfully followed the guidelines in regards to the MEPD CRL and have met all requirements. Please send the pic you want to use to Luis (Sandman Tigui) and we'll get you squared away. I will have your updated information uploaded into the MEPD system asap. Congratulations on becoming a Deployed Officer of the MEPD! Cheers mate! Hausi - MEPD Deployment Officer
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