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wingnut65 last won the day on February 17 2016

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About wingnut65

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  • Birthday May 20

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    Architect
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    Tampa Bay

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    Jeff
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  1. new from Melbourne, FL

    Welcome to the Klan, David. I'm just west of you a couple hours, but I'm also TK and Tusken and can offer to help wherever you need. Nice looking rifle, but a little clean for us desert dwellers. Just a little weathering will do it wonders! FYI, I've had some comments that my DZ build thread was helpful for others doing the same. As an architect by day, I tend to over detail things. Check out my build - Tampa Bay Gets a Tusken - and let me know if you have any questions. I plan on trooping in it at Orlando, as well!
  2. It is available at many locations. I just Googled it and came up with Walmart, Tractor Supply and Amazon. Tandy Leather has it in small bottles. Saddle and Tack shops should also carry it
  3. My Respirators

    Looks great, Thomas. Thanks for the how-to tutorial
  4. Fun New Name - 2015 Trooping Incentive Program

    PP Sent for one patch and stickers for myself and 'JenEala77' PP ID: 68355584LA142401P
  5. half boots

    Basically the same way I did mine. Here's a link to my post about my shoes and leg wraps that became my 'boots' http://www.kraytclan.com/forum/topic/4413-tampa-bay-gets-a-tusken/?do=findComment&comment=43438 Edit: Added photo for reference
  6. Often, there is a button on print settings to print to __Fit or __Actual Size. If you use the 'Actual Size' button, it can force it to print to the scale it was originally make at. Fit will always reduce to one page.
  7. Hello from Florida!

    Welcome to the sandbox, Anthony! Jump in and ask plenty of questions. You didn't say what part of Florida you are from, but I'm in the Tampa area and am willing to help, if you are interested.
  8. about got 'er licked

    The screen used masks have them turned, but the CRL isn't as specific. They are approved both ways. Nice looking mask, Sam!
  9. Osnaburg Muslin and Monks Cloth Prices

    Agreed! Joann's is always offering coupons every week. Sometimes it is the amazing 60% off a single item. Print out a few and make several trips to the car, if you have to. Looks like this wee it is only a 40% off, but every little bit helps. I hear that Hobby Lobby also offers great coupons each week. Sign up for emails and you will get plenty. You can always unsubscribe when you are done with your build. I have in my notes that I purchased the Osnaburg at Joann's for $5.99 a yard and used a 50% off coupon for a final $3.00 a yard. The day I needed to buy the fabric so my mom could sew while she was in town, Joann's did not have enough monk's cloth. I had to go to Walmart and pay full price of $7.97 a yard. Good Luck, Corey!
  10. Status of a personal singature bar?

    Awesome work, Nick! Whatever buttons you pushed has turned the signature, I mean, the about-me thingy, back on. And it looks just like I last had it. Yours is looking great as well! Thanks for getting us somewhat back to normal!
  11. Mask wrap fabric

    Awesoooome! That is the one store I had not thought about checking. Be sure to take a 20% off coupon! Every little bit of savings will help on another project!
  12. Just curious if we will ever have the ability to use a signature bar, again? Since the implementation of the new software, it is gone and there is no option to create one. Most of us had them to show our current costume status, or just include a link to our own build threads. They were very useful, especially for newbies trying to figure out what we were doing and being able to find threads of the KC leaders and frequent posters. I've searched KC forum for discussion on this and the only ones I found are from 2013, definitely before the software swap last year. Any help?
  13. New member who needs help/advice

    Welcome to the Clan, Chris. Glad you decided to follow in his footsteps, except in the sand! I used a hard hat from Home Depot, minus the liner. I trimmed off the brim of the had and then had to cut more off so I could see out the eyes. The X's are where the spikes were mounted. Here is my build thread. Mounting the helmet to the mask starts on page 1. http://www.kraytclan.com/forum/topic/4413-tampa-bay-gets-a-tusken/?page=1 Good Luck!
  14. Mask wrap fabric

    I still have no idea what it is. I keep a piece in my wallet and compare it whenever I'm at a fabric store, but still haven't found a match. Dustin provided me just enough strips in my kit that I was able to do my mask, arms, boots and my neck. I needed more for my neck and had to go with duck cloth. I overlapped it so it all blended together. I did read in some of my research that someone else asked that the cloth was and was informed that he bought canvas drop cloths and cut them up. I tried Home Depot and Lowes and their canvas drop cloths were not an exact match. Maybe they were from a hardware store or other supplier.
  15. eye slits rotation?

    I had a similar question when I started my mask. From studying many pictures and discussion with others, I came up with this to show that the Diamond mask has the eye stalks at 45° from level.
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