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Re: Costuming

Unread postby Cuyan Atinii » 24 Jan 2014 21:29

Awesome to see more people getting in to costuming as well.
1 - Updated my first post.. Let that go to show you should never decide something looks "good enough". You can always do it again better.

2 - Should we have a logo or clan-esk patch we could paint on armor to specify being a part of this group? Like the LM logo but better?
(btw im going to try to redo that soon. As I said in #1, no such thing as "good enough".
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Re: Costuming

Unread postby Raeth » 03 Feb 2014 05:36

ADI'KARTA! Check this out, ner vod! OMGZ! This, this, THIS! I am going to try this! I work at Walmart! Shouldbe easy to pick up! HOLY BANTHA!

http://www.thedentedhelmet.com/f25/trash-can-armor-pics-6290/

EDIT: I was so excited, I had to edit this post TWICE for misspellings!
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Re: Costuming

Unread postby Adi'karta » 03 Feb 2014 06:08

Yeah, I've seen that. Looks like a nice thing to try. At the same time that kind of plastic is not the easiest to work with... But it is super cheap. Go for it, vod. Keep us updated. :D
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