Suit mods

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headdragon1

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I have a Ruffkin suit as pictured below.

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I am wanting to make it have a little more mobility. The arms catch after I raise them about 2 inches. What do the advanced members of the lair have for suggestions. I thought about cutting it in the seems and taking the inside of the arm and torso and puting leather in there and poking holes threw that and then lacing thin leather straps threw that? If that made sense to everyone? I am not woried about my skin showing threw a little because my suit is almost my same exact skin color!

Same idea with the legs. Any suggestions would be great! thanks!
 

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Ei luj

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Is it catching under the arms and in the leg inseam area?

You could get cotton/spandex material, flesh/beige color, and fabricpaint it the same color as the suit and either sew or Barge glue it in the openings you made.

Createx Sand is what I used on mine, I mixed it with a little acrylic to change the color a little, and it heat treated ok.

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Ei'luj
 

headdragon1

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yes It is catching in both areas. not so bad in the legs but I figured it would give me more mobility like that too. I have beeing so limited. Thanks for the advice.

Any other members out there got any advice?
 
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