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that looks very sweet Paul!
must be a pain to put on and off no?

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Hey Brin,
Heres some pics of the plastic piece and one of the sculpture.

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That's a great sculpt. Been wanting to do something similar. Would make a great undershell for a spandex cowl.

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Thats what I was thinking too. I came up with this idea like... two (?) years ago and started sculpting. It didn't turn out well so I just continued to work on it till I was happy with the sculpture. Then my plan was to get one to paul and hopefully one to KMD to see how it would look in latex and in fabric. I love the latex version and want to see it with the ears. (they were removed for molding purposes and haven't been completed yet)
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You can get it on without K-Y Jelly because it stretches. I would use K-Y to make it simple though. Thanks Guys. It was David's idea. I am sending this one to him. It needs some cleaning up and a light coat of plastidip. It is not perfect. Like I say, it is only a prototype. I can learn and improve. I do not think it will sell that well like this. It needs ears but I will keep in touch David. If you wanted better detail what you really would need to do is do a sculpture and then mold that then it would always be perfectly clean. This is something I came up with this skin tight cowl thingy idea and it really is a whole different animal. Glad you like it folks.

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 :flapbat

I am also sure that having a shaved help helps! I think I'll pass on that.

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I have hair. It just smooshes down.

Paul

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