ODST MK II

TurboCharizard

Division PR, RMO and BCO
Division Staff
405th Regiment Officer
Community Staff
As someone who has to deal with English/French bilingual departments that use acronyms, I'm blaming this letter jumble on la Francophonie.
 

OTSDerpy

Member
As for the knee pads and thigh plate, because that's been slipping as well, I cement-glued some velcro that I got from Home Depot and plastered on while wearing the pants. Granted, this is not the safest thing to do, but the pants were SO thick that I assumed it was reasonable to do so.
 

Hein B107

Member
Awesome looking backpack man :eek: love the wings.

And may i ask how you made it so easily removable? Might be handy for future reference with a backpack
 

OTSDerpy

Member
Awesome looking backpack man :eek: love the wings.

And may i ask how you made it so easily removable? Might be handy for future reference with a backpack
Easy. Very VERY strong magnets. Though I still need to find a way to keep them attached. Manly because at one of my cons, I bumped into someone and the thing fell off. That’s not a big deal, but the magnets de-glued as well. So now I have to make sure to REALLY glue it to where it’s supposed to be. I could cement glue some Velcro to the bottom of the magnet, attach it to opposite Velcro on the body, and cement glue it that way.........I think I’ll try that since I JUST thought of that.
 

Dirtdives

Keeper of Con Lists
Community Staff
Another way you could go is to imbed the magnet in to the foam so its flush and then take some felt and glue that on to of the magnet and about 1/2 an inch or so beyond. This will get more surface adhesion that if you did the magnet alone.
 
Hey otsderpy on your forearm pieces did you make the sides and back out of separate pieces beveled together or keep them 1 piece like the pep templates?
 
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