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Joint Task Force Sierra: Ranger Battalion ODST Recon Specialist

Build by ShlubCustoms    Sep 04, 2019

Joint Task Force Sierra: Ranger Battalion ODST Recon Specialist
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Joint Task Force Sierra: Ranger Battalion ODST Recon Specialist
Joint Task Force Sierra: Ranger Battalion ODST Recon Specialist
Joint Task Force Sierra: Ranger Battalion ODST Recon Specialist
Joint Task Force Sierra: Ranger Battalion ODST Recon Specialist
Joint Task Force Sierra: Ranger Battalion ODST Recon Specialist
Joint Task Force Sierra: Ranger Battalion ODST Recon Specialist
Joint Task Force Sierra: Ranger Battalion ODST Recon Specialist
Joint Task Force Sierra: Ranger Battalion ODST Recon Specialist
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Arby101

Arby101 Sep 07, 2019

@ShlubCustomsPlease do a camouflage tutorial!

JoeFilms

JoeFilms Sep 05, 2019

He looks awesome!

ShlubCustoms

ShlubCustoms Sep 05, 2019

@VinceHoffman A while back, I needed to make some camo netting for a McFarlane Reach Trooper I was turning into a ghille sniper. I found that cheap (bargain store) medical gauze both wrapped around a figure and looked like what I needed it to look like when dyed. As for this figure, I used some wire snips to put a couple of holes into the fabric for the neck and arm to fit through. For a larger figure, though, you really want to use a hobby knife to get the rips and tears int he fabric; it adds realism. The rest of the shape is held by the fact that the dyeing/painting process turned the relatively soft white bandage fabric into a mold-able mesh cloth. It doesn't always work through, as you can see by the custom strap I had to make for the silenced DMR to hold the ghille netting in place.

VinceHoffman

VinceHoffman Sep 04, 2019

Well he is epic @ShlubCustoms. The jungle camo paintwork and fabric detailing look fantastic. How did you manage to get the fabric to hold the shape of the figure so perfectly?

81Ceta_Deta

81Ceta_Deta Sep 04, 2019

Beautiful.!!