some of these certainly came out better than others. I really like the Hound chest, for example, and the Reflector chests. Prowl came out a bit on the flat side and the Huffer hood looks massive! XD Still though it's true to character. In your email you mentioned the bit of midriff showing and it looks like it's equal to the thickness of the material going across the top of the torso. Just double check the measurement of the inside of the chest pieces to make sure they match the torso measurement. I assume that the outside measurement is what matches, but that's just a guess.
It's so exciting when you get something in the mail that YOU designed and thought up isn't it?? I find myself forsaking my other hobbies/tasks in favor of continuing with this custom design work. Looks like I'm going to have to hurry up and finish some stuff so I can keep up with "Tresob and Wulongti's Kustom Kreon Korner"
Thanks! Hound and Reflector came out the best in my opinion as well. I'm thinking of making some of the car-roofs project out a little further so their windows can pop more. The angles on the Gears vest might have been a little too subtle, so they blurred together a bit. I figure if someone with better painting skills could get their hands on these, the details would be more visible.
The chest-pieces should be consistent in thickness (for some reason I started cutting the chest-pieces down to 11.5 mm from 13mm, which is what led to the short midriffs). I did curve the tops of the chest pieces, which might be what you are noticing...I didn't like having the sharp corners at the top for some reason. The neckbrace is not as wide as the whole Kreon torso, although the chest-piece is.
Hound's vest had a weird thickness problem along the front of his neck brace which makes his chest a little loose. Can't figure out what caused it. Might have been a hiccup in the printer.
I have no idea if any of that makes sense. I find harder to type in three-dimensions than to draw in them now.