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  1. WandererTJ's Avatar
    Update: Sorry all, still haven't started my build yet.

    Still no mannequin, duct tape or otherwise.
    Just been busy.

    Got LASIK Eye Surgery yesterday, so that's the main part of my update. I'm excited!

    I've been down at 162 lbs for a while now after losing ≈35-lbs from dieting, and I've recently picked up lifting.
    Between work, working out, and just downtime to relax and play videogames, I haven't had much time to work on things.
    Still trying to find someone that would be interested in assisting me with my projects.

    Life is great though, feeling a lot more positive and enjoying my job more than I was a while back.
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  4. foxleader's Avatar
    crimson it was in contact harvest, cole protcall, and in two of the kilo five books. now that's kind of big... on average they are 15 centimetres (5.9 in) long, 13 centimetres (5.1 in) wide, and weigh 1.4 kilograms (3.1 lb), over 20 times the weight of a chicken's egg. now give that a jackal is 6ft 2in to 6 ft 8ins that really looks too big.
  5. Crimmson's Avatar
    given their size i would guess, an ostrich egg size at the minimum. unless it is in the art of halo, but i dont remember reading it though.
  6. westley72's Avatar
    Well I finally got true with cutting and folding all the pieces for the lower leg and now I can start the build process it will take a few days before I get true because I don't like to rushing I now use school glue putting on the flaps with a small paint brush
    Updated 1 Week Ago at 10:46 PM by westley72
  7. westley72's Avatar
    Well I took a break from my armor to work on my rc park jet and drone. But now I am back on my armor working on the pepakura I had to work on the back pack again. I had to redo the pep model unfold because some things just came out wrong and I had a lot of unused space left on the 3d model so I re edited the model in blender removing the stuff I don't need because it stuff that was left inside of the model I don't need in a real world model