Mr I suit under Skins?

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ptgreek

Active Member
So, Little Wolf came by today to pick up my P1 legs. He ( like me, isnt the biggest bulkiest guy in the world. I was showing him the two part foam mix, and carved upholstery foam methods of adding muscle support to skins. I explained that many budget skins start as a Mr I suit coated in latex, when it dawned on me. has anyone worn a Mr I type suit under skins for bulk? let me know
 

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wraslor

New Member
yes people do it to keep the skin from wrinkling up and it keeps it looking like muscle.



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Mr Fett

Sr Member
Yep, this cheesy costume muscle chest they sell at every Halloween store is what I use. Stock photo below:

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...... and then use the Kithunter method for the legs....cargo shorts with the side pockets completely stuffed with pillow batting and then a piece of sheet foam cut to size resting on top of my thigh to tighten the gap between the latex and my legs. This way the thigh doesn't look wrinkled from the front.

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4505marcel

Active Member
I have a similar problem with my P2, the top is a snug fit and looks fine but the lower legs/calfs and ancles are massive on my suit so need to do something there to stop the bottoms looking like trousers, I wonder if I could butcher the incredible suit and just use the legs, are the calfs bulked up on these muscle suits?
 

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