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Edrio Two Tubes

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2018 11:39 am    Post subject: Edrio Two Tubes Reply with quote

This was written by RakoHardeen and the original is here -

I'm going to work on reformatting it into bullet points tonight.

EDIT - reformatted to bullet points

Edrio Two Tubes


Helmet & Mask:

- Rigid helmet shaped per reference pictures.
- Helmet is painted in a khaki/sand base color per reference.
- Helmet eyes should be bright silver in color.
- There is a triangle section on the front of the helmet that should be glossy.
- The remaining sections of the mask should be finished in a satin or matte finish.
- There are two black screws embedded into the helmet on the right and left of the front triangle, per reference.
- A central grey-black knob should be attached to the helmet in the top-rear, per reference.
- The entire mask should be weathered in dark brown weathering per reference.
- Face mask for hose connections should be a weathered steel-grey color with appropriate sand/khaki rectangle color per reference.
---Note: Benthic’s mask is colored differently.
- Ear ‘muffs’ should be covered in dark brown suede or other rough-out material.
---Ear discs should be of a bright silver with greeblies per reference pictures.
---Weathering to match reference.
- Silver and black tubes should attach to the front of the mask, extend slightly below the belt, and attach to the rear large pouches per reference.
--- The weathering on each tube attachment is different on right and left and should be done accordingly.
--- The tubes may need to be attached to the pouches with fittings as a practical measure to keep them from detaching constantly if merely tucked into the pouches.
- Rear ‘disc brake’ should be centered and contact the rear of the mask/helmet.
--- Rear 'disc brake' should be modeled per reference with heavy weathering and rust.
--- Disc should be 4”-5” across and not cover the rear of the neck, per reference.

- Dark brown balaclava in suede or other rough-out material.
- There should be several ridges incorporated per reference pictures
--- There are three ridges in the rear
--- There are four ridges in front/sides.
--- Materials appears to be suede-side sheepskin.
- A green/khaki mesh military scarf should be wrapped around the neck and tucked into the tunic.

Chest Box:
- A weathered X-Wing pilot chest box should be secured with 2 leather or leather-like black 1” straps
--- The straps go from the top to the sides crossing over in the back, per reference.
- A silver and black-colored tube should extend from the bottom of the box to be attached to a pouch on the right side of the belt.
--- The tube should be significantly weathered in black near the chest box per reference pictures.

Note that the SDCC reference model is incorrect, picturing both a jacket and a chest box.

- The tunic is made of a rip-stop or parachute synthetic or silk in a khaki color.
- The tunic is long-sleeve and should extend over the wrists.
- There are splits on each side that run roughly from the waist to the knee.
- The tunic should have horizontal bands that are approximately 2”-4” wide per reference.
- The upper-back of the tunic should have a triangle pattern to the bands.
- A zipper may be installed in the upper-back, and should be khaki-colored.
- The tunic should be weathered per reference.
- The tunic should have a small black-metallic greeblie on the upper right chest per reference.

Shoulder Bells:
- Khaki-sand shoulder bells should fit tightly to the tunic and modeled per reference.
- Black screws should be visible on the upper third of each side of the shoulder armor.
- The upper half of the bell should be glossy with the remaining a satin or matte.
- Details should be painted and weathered per reference.

- 3”-4” wide belt in dark brown
- Belt has 4 small and 2 larger pouches per reference.
--- The pouches should have a top that is closed via no visible mechanism.
- The belt should be made of leather or leather-like material and slightly weathered.
- Two additional approximately 1” straps should run from the front of the belt to the rear, passing over the hips.
- The belt should be buckled in the rear with two 1” silver/chrome buckles, with the straps tucked under one of the larger pouches.
- The front of the belt has two non-functional buckles above and below the belt with straps.
- Leather-wrapped weathered-silver cylinders should be on the right and left front of the belt and extend slightly above and below the belt height, per reference.

- Brown or black cloth gloves should tuck under the cuffs of the tunic.
- Khaki/sand rigid armor should be attached to the gloves per reference and heavily weathered.
- Fingertips should be covered all-around and not just have ‘fingernails’.
- Finder tips should be painted black.
- The backs of the hands are two-layered and should be modeled per reference.
- Near the base of the thumb and forefinger, a silver circular ‘button’ should be modeled.

- Dark brown baggy pants of canvas or similar material
- Pants should tuck into the boots.
- Three horizontal details should create knee-pads in the pants, to be made of the same base material.
- The pants should be weathered in black and grey per reference pictures.

- Brown or dark-brown leather or leather-like heeled boots
- Boots should extend approximately 1/3 to 1/2 way to the knee.
- The restraining straps should be disconnected and non-functional, per reference.
- Thinner, brown detail straps should be wrapped around the ankle of the boot and tied per reference.


Blaster Rifle:

- Double-barreled blaster rifle as seen in the actual movie and with the action figure, not reference images provided in books and other sources.
- Leather strapping should be on the gun per reference.
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