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    Is there any other Part 1 & 2 Glove builder as good as Mark Petrie?

    Waiting to get on Marks list for a template 1&2glove, is there anyone who is just as good out there?

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    Brian Sills, Chris McGhee (retired for now) Chris Stanley, Jameson Knapp, to name a few

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    Mark is definitely the best, but if you want to find a glove that "similar" to Petrie's work, check out Jameson Micheal Knapp from darkdreamdesign.com

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    YES, Chris Granter, he's amazing. He specially made me a glove that is screen accurate to what the film used NOES 1 and 2 looks like down to the every detail known to Mark P and the template. I just ordered another one from him. Fast turn around, excellent service, solid builds. He basically taught Mark what he knows

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    Getty Arks, Brian Sills and JMK!

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    Getty Arks is nowhere near as good as Mark, he's actually screwed him over

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    Ron Martin goes by RJM... he builds a great glove

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    How did he screw him over?

    Quote Originally Posted by ranshiiekrueger84 View Post
    Getty Arks is nowhere near as good as Mark, he's actually screwed him over

    how did he screw Mark over ?

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    Personally, I find Mark's attention to detail and armature movement to be superior to Chris's gloves. Although, I do like how rugged Chris's gloves are. They're built like a tank, and you can be a little rough with them and never feel like you're going to break them, whereas Mark's gloves are more delicate. It's kinda like a sturdy dinner plate vs. a piece of fine China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darksword View Post
    Personally, I find Mark's attention to detail and armature movement to be superior to Chris's gloves. Although, I do like how rugged Chris's gloves are. They're built like a tank, and you can be a little rough with them and never feel like you're going to break them, whereas Mark's gloves are more delicate. It's kinda like a sturdy dinner plate vs. a piece of fine China.
    Actually i found various issues with Chris's glove....the rivets, i have the issue too. His rivets i say, not the best. My BRCD pinky finger rivets broke off from the backplate. I got another person too with his BRC pinky finger rivets broke off as well. Well i think it's not Chris's fault, maybe we just got faulty rivets...but that's a bit problematic. I say still be cautious of moving it, especially for his cheaper glove

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