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Double Shoulder Guard- How To
This is an amazing new discovery of how to add DOUBLE shoulder guards/ pauldrons to your minifig and/or clone.
About this creation
? wow? how does he do it?
Well, I'll show you, in step by step action repl-INSTRUCTIONS!



Do YOU want to see how?



Ah, so there's a backpack.



These are the pieces you will need. (colors are interchangable)



1. take the one stud backpack converter thingamajig-o-magic and place it on the minifig's back



2. place the "vent" piece on the stud. if it is for a clone, you need it to be as low on the back as you can so that the helmet will fit. with other minifigs, i think it's cooler to have it up higher, at the half-stud point.

wait, where'd the head go?




3. uh oh! the head's rolling away!




3. (continued) Place the head on the torso of the minifig.



4. Now, take a visor piece and place it over the shoulder.



4. (continued) see how the little knob on the visor fits into the slots on the vent? the other side of the visor just rests, locked against the torso.



5. Now for the other side.



5. (continued) Notice how this time the knob and the whole side of the visor is lower down the back than the other one? It's the only way it will fit. Still looks fancy from the front!



I want to see you using this double shoulder guard/pauldron design in your next minifig MOC! I hope you take this idea and put it to good use. Now before you go, please read the text below for the sake of the creators and engineers at work to bring you this design.

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Now, you probably are about to go add this to your custom clone commander, and I hope you do, but remember that I'd like some credit for showing you how. The person who originally found the single shoulder guard didn't get credit because people took his idea for themselves. I don't even know who he/she is but who ever you are out there! this MOC's inspiration was your amazing lego discovery.

Halo Assault rifle courtesy of Brickarms!

Thank you for your comment,
Gus Indo
see you 'round the 'pages!

EDIT- apparently Andreas Hottler (CC) had originally discovered this but hadn't show people how to do it. Credit for original discovery goes to Andreas. Credit for rediscovery and how to goes to me.



Comments

 I like it 
  November 26, 2009
Nice job, looks very sci-fi!
 I made it 
  November 25, 2009
Quoting geremy groff THANK YOU! Finally I can make my sith stalker accurately now! Do you mind If I spread this method around the LEGO World?
Sure thing man!
 I like it 
  August 12, 2009
THANK YOU! Finally I can make my sith stalker accurately now! Do you mind If I spread this method around the LEGO World?
 I made it 
  July 17, 2009
Quoting High Admiral Marcus I'm using this idea, I will give credit...and if your talking about me not giving credit for the single one....I DID. lol, I just hope you we'ren't talking about me. Great job btw.
Thank you! tell me if you do use it and post it!
 I like it 
  July 16, 2009
I'm using this idea, I will give credit...and if your talking about me not giving credit for the single one....I DID. lol, I just hope you we'ren't talking about me. Great job btw.
 I made it 
  July 15, 2009
Quoting Scoot B. Very nice, but before I attempt this, is it going to stretch the visors?
I dont think so, wait let me test it now. no, i think its ok. tell me if i'm wrong though. i dont leave them on for too long though. I just put them on for pictures and not for around the house. but if you want to "play" with them on. then I recommend no to, just in case. It worked fine for me though
 I like it 
  July 15, 2009
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 I like it 
  July 15, 2009
Very nice, but before I attempt this, is it going to stretch the visors?
 I like it 
  July 15, 2009
Wow..thats really simple! I'm gonna do that now! The second part of my Nightmares comic is up, I worked ages on special effects, I hope you like it - your dominance is in the background sometimes, blowing EOS up!
  July 14, 2009
Will is right. Andreas was the first one to discover this.
 I made it 
  July 14, 2009
Quoting Lucas Hüter He didn't show that true but he already discovered it a long time before you so give him some credit and tell you didn't invented it because you didn't
ok, no, i respect that, I will edit the stuff.
 I made it 
  July 14, 2009
Quoting Will G Andreas Höttler was first to discover this with his DF soldiers.
really? where did he do that? i bet he didn't show you how though.
 I like it 
  July 14, 2009
awesome technique man, i think CW actus may need to be revamoed using this style
  July 14, 2009
Ghostman is right, but did anyone see him using this tecnique? Anyway Andreas was first.
  July 14, 2009
Will is right. Andreas was the first one to discover this.
 I like it 
  July 14, 2009
Awesome! Great idea! By the way, could you check my new moc? Thanks a lot!
 I like it 
  July 13, 2009
Do you really want me to?
 I made it 
  July 13, 2009
Quoting James Harrison
OMG! James Harrison! creator of the line of storm tropers! I'm ready to sea daurth Vadyer!
 I made it 
  July 13, 2009
Quoting stick figure productions Pretty nice. Maybe make a version where both are next to each other.
maybe, but its impossible for the type of vent and bracket. they look great from the front!
 I like it 
  July 13, 2009
Pretty nice. Maybe make a version where both are next to each other.
  July 13, 2009
those are not legos they are startreck and not starwars check out my clone super tank it is better
  July 13, 2009
Pure genius
 I like it 
  July 13, 2009
Nice! I think I will use someday! Nice job! I now know! *GI Joe comes out of nowhere and says: "And knowing is half the battle!" GI JOE!!!!
 I like it 
  July 13, 2009
Incredible!!!
 
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