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The Red Jacket by ll The Red Jacket by ll
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The Red Jacketby ll

Scraps©2005-2014 ll
My submission for the :iconillustrationshare: competition "Design yourself as a Superhero" ^_^

"Mild Mannered Chigs Gould works as a struggling illustrator by day - but at night he leads an amazing double life as 'The Red Jacket' - fighting daring doos and er... generally leaping over short walls without a great deal of fuss. and umm... villains go - 'Oh noes - he's got that swish red jacket - man I wish I had one of them...' and other stuff. yeah."

Is it that obvious that I just wanted to bust open the superhero dress up box? >_>;;

LL
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jallen Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2005
hes got a nice buldge thar :3
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ll Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2005  Professional General Artist
Yes... yes his kneecaps do have nice bulges... yes..... :|

LL
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jallen Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2005
:3
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avancna Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Spandex, or lycra?
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ll Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2005  Professional General Artist
Is there a diffrence?

LL
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avancna Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hmmm...
Apparently not.
I think I was thinking of polyurethane vs spandex.
Sorry.
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ll Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2005  Professional General Artist
lol - I'm not sure what polyurethane is, unless its some kind of batman stlyed moulded rubber ^_^

Truth be told I don't know which it is - which do you think'd be better? ^_^

LL
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avancna Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Polyurethane is the rubbery material that people make wetsuits out of or those sculpted tights/catsuits actors portraying superheroes in movies wear.
As opposed to spandex, which is more of an actual fabric...
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Let me rephrase my question...
Are those wonderful bulges of his suit his own, or the suit's?
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ll Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2005  Professional General Artist
I couldn't possibly comment on the other part of your question... :rofl:

LL
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avancna Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Mmmmmm...
He'd need to have an, um, shall we say, extra-special physique to get polyurethane to bulge...
I'm certain that he has that, though.
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