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Clothing TBLeague / Phicen Seamless Bodies (updated: Part XI)

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GubernatorFan

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Update: Part II in Post 9 below; Part III in Post 14 below; Part IV in Post 18 below; Part V in Post 30 below; Part VI in Post 36 below; Part VII in Post 43 below; Part VIII in Post 50 below; Part IX in Post 51 below; Part X in Post 62 below; Part XI in Post 65 below

Part I: Some Shirts and Shorts

Since the subject keeps coming up and their size and texture present a specific set of little challenges, I thought I can start a clothing thread for TBLeague/Phicen or similar seamless bodies. In line with the question I was recently trying to answer in another thread, I start with a few products specifically advertised to fit the male bodies, but not produced by TBLeague itself.

XRF has produced four sets of vaguely military basic outfits for larger (M34-M35) TBLeague male seamless bodies. Be advised that the actual product differs to some extent from the promotional images, but is of decent quality and works. In fact, it works also on smaller bodies like M30 and M33 (as shown below), although you might want to futz with it so it is not too obvious it is a bit too large for them. In the photos below, M30 and M35 are wearing XRF XM01A (shirt, pants, boots), M33 is wearing XRF XM02B (shirt, pants, boots), and M34 is wearing ACE tiger stripe pants from eBay seller green-tiger (there is also a khaki version, among others) and boots from an older CM Toys set.

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Then a package with a bunch of other clothing advertised to fit TBLeague seamless male bodies showed up, from eBay seller worldgoco. These include all the clothing in the photo below.

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More of their "printed" t-shirts can be seen in the Super Gym photo story HERE and below (on M33).

tbleague - Clothing TBLeague / Phicen Seamless Bodies (updated: Part XI) Clothm14

Hope this is of some help, although it is obviously one small set of ideas for clothing these bodies.

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Great idea for a thread, GF! And already your photos are proving very educational — thank you! : )


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skywalkersaga wrote:Great idea for a thread, GF! And already your photos are proving very educational — thank you! : )

Thank you very much! Glad it is useful.


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Nice review. These guys look good with the proper attire.

I’ve been finding it difficult to find boot cut jeans for male figures — seems all they make in 1/6 are those ridiculous skinny jeans these kids wear today. I wear either motorcycle boots, work boots, or cowboy boots (yeah, I’m a bit of a “redneck” in my attire), and I can always have my pants over them — tactical pants are the only ones I’ve found that work.


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Great post indeed!!! Phicen body is lacking suits and clothing,as people keep emphasizing to show out muscles.......but I think there are some people like me.....love the full articulations over the "silicon" appearance and trying to get clothes for them as a normal plastic body...or may be I am to stubborn for that...but the feeling between plastic and seamless body with clothing.....are really different..What a Face

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I agree with you, lawlaw -- there is a huge difference between how clothing feels and 'sits' on the tbleague bodies vs. the regular hard plastic or even rubber jointed bodies. It's very interesting. Sometimes I think clothes look better on tbleague bodies, but then sometimes I think they look too bulky...I guess it depends on the style, fabric, fit, etc.


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skywalkersaga wrote:I agree with you, lawlaw -- there is a huge difference between how clothing feels and 'sits' on the tbleague bodies vs. the regular hard plastic or even rubber jointed bodies. It's very interesting. Sometimes I think clothes look better on tbleague bodies, but then sometimes I think they look too bulky...I guess it depends on the style, fabric, fit, etc.


It is just because the cloth manufacturers are making clothes for narrow body all the time.....but now situation is better.....at least military uniforms and some basic T-shirts are working well with phicen......bounce

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Stryker2011 wrote:Nice review. These guys look good with the proper attire. I’ve been finding it difficult to find boot cut jeans for male figures...

Thank you, glad you liked them. And I agree about the boot cut jeans, but see the next post for a couple of ideas.

lawlaw91 wrote:Great post indeed!!! Phicen body is lacking suits and clothing,as people keep emphasizing to show out muscles.......but I think there are some people like me.....love the full articulations over the "silicon" appearance and trying to get clothes for them as a normal plastic body...or may be I am to stubborn for that...but the feeling between plastic and seamless body with clothing.....are really different..What a Face

You are not alone -- others have pointed out that clothing sits more naturally on these bodies, too, and for many that is important enough to forego using the easier to clothe (and less expensive to acquire) hard plastic jointed bodies. I fall somewhere in-between, in part because I worry a lot about potential staining and, having commitment issues, don't want to get stuck with a body forever relegated to a specific look because another would reveal the stain damage. That said, the products shown above do not seem to cause any staining, although I admit that I did not keep them on the figures long enough to be sure, and I had purposely chosen them to minimize the risk, avoiding (for example) the XRF black clothing set.

skywalkersaga wrote:I agree with you, lawlaw -- there is a huge difference between how clothing feels and 'sits' on the tbleague bodies vs. the regular hard plastic or even rubber jointed bodies. It's very interesting. Sometimes I think clothes look better on tbleague bodies, but then sometimes I think they look too bulky...I guess it depends on the style, fabric, fit, etc.

I agree -- some work better than others, perhaps depending on how exactly were they designed. If something was designed with padding to look right on a thin hard plastic jointed body, it would probably work bulky on a TBLeague or Jiaou. But usually the seamless bodies fill out these outfits to their limit (or beyond). Smile

lawlaw91 wrote:It is just because the cloth manufacturers are making clothes for narrow body all the time.....but now situation is better.....at least military uniforms and some basic T-shirts are working well with phicen......bounce  

There will be some others I will add further below.


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Part II: Boot Cut Jeans

In response to Mark/Stryker2011's complaint about the absence of boot cut jeans in 1/6, I did some experimenting with a couple of jeans that I had acquired recently. You can see the results below: they work with boots, and can drape over them. The two options are not equal. Both are a very tight fit on an M33 body (and so probably impossible for M34 and M35), and the lighter option could barely accommodate the width of the boot underneath. The darker option was a much easier fit for the boot. When looking at these, also remember that M33 comes with the optional ankle extenders which I absolutely refuse to use (unless I permanently dedicated an M33 to a specific look that obscured that part of the body), and these jeans are long enough (especially the lighter option) that using the ankle extenders might make sense and possibly produce even better results. Then again, if you want to have a biker on a motorcycle, since these tend to be a tad underscaled, you might not want to make the legs any longer than absolutely necessary.

Both bodies are M33. The light jeans are unbranded "Light Blue Jeans Long Pants Model 1/6 scale Male Costume Accessories" from eBay seller nygc_61 (listed under similar names by other sellers, too). The dark jeans are from the OneToys (and World Box) OT006 (or OT006A) Deluxe (or regular) King (or Street) Fighter set. The boots I used for the experiment were from the XRF XM01A set shown in the original post of this thread/topic.

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Excellent. Thanks for the extra bits on the jeans.


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Stryker2011 wrote:Excellent. Thanks for the extra bits on the jeans.

Thank you and welcome! Hope it will be useful for your kitbashes.


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Ooh, I think those look quite good, GF -- thanks for sharing, or I'd never have guessed they would work on those.


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skywalkersaga wrote:Ooh, I think those look quite good, GF -- thanks for sharing, or I'd never have guessed they would work on those.

You are very welcome. I guess it is all about experimenting. I wasn't specifically thinking about this when I picked them up, but I am glad they can work with boots like that.


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Part III: Magic Cube Toys / MC Toys / Super MC Toys underwear and military style summer outfit sets

Magic Cube has been producing basic and not so basic outfit sets for both male and female figures for a long while now. While these were not specifically designed for Phicen / TBLeague figures, they have worked very well on them from the start (you can see several examples in my M30 and M31 product review HERE). Surprisingly, the very same sets (and later additions, too) appear to work very well even with the newer, larger seamless bodies like M34 and M35, as you can see below with representative examples from their underwear and military style summer outfit sets. For the hats included in the military style summer outfit sets, whether they would fit depends both on the specific hat and on the size of the head. A definite plus in my book is the user-friendly nature of the belts and belt buckles that came with the summer outfit sets.

M34 is wearing Magic Cube underwear set F-058D (as you can see, Calvins); M35 is wearing Magic Cube military style summer outfit set M-047B (which also includes the baseball cap); the boots are from the XRF XM01A set, as above.

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Damn GubernatorFan, you doing these reviews and comparisons is straight up heroic, and hugely appreciated. It's a big help having these as a resource, whether for the fit of a particular line, or just for general comparison of these seamless bodies. And the fact that they're always done with a bit of personality and humor just makes it all the better.

I've also been meaning to pick up that head your M33 is rocking in the 1st pics, and seeing it "in the wild" so to speak may have sealed the deal.


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ReverendSpooky wrote:Damn GubernatorFan, you doing these reviews and comparisons is straight up heroic, and hugely appreciated.  It's a big help having these as a resource, whether for the fit of a particular line, or just for general comparison of these seamless bodies.  And the fact that they're always done with a bit of personality and humor just makes it all the better.

I've also been meaning to pick up that head your M33 is rocking in the 1st pics, and seeing it "in the wild" so to speak may have sealed the deal.  

Thank you very much. Glad you find them useful and/or somewhat entertaining (especially since my good humor has been wearing thin in recent weeks). If you mean the Sully head, I can certainly see it fitting in in your post-apocalyptic scenario or some of your other kitbashes.


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I like the jeans on M33....but I am curious, can it pose with such thick pants on?~

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Part IV: Jeans and Articulation

lawlaw91 wrote:I like the jeans on M33....but I am curious, can it pose with such thick pants on?~

Yes, they can (see photo below). The left one can also sit fine, it was just that the little office chair was too low and too fragile to show it seated properly.

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lawlaw91 wrote:I like the jeans on M33....but I am curious, can it pose with such thick pants on?~

Yes, they can (see photo below). The left one can also sit fine, it was just that the little office chair was too low and too fragile to show it seated properly.

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Amazing!~~Then I could invest some jeans for them too.......

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Wow, is that a Tom Hardy headsculpt with the beard? He's gorgeous!

I can't tell who the other sculpt is from this angle, but it looks like he's having a fierce 'Devil Went Down to Georgia' type competition, while the other guy is just there for a super chill jam session. ;D


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lawlaw91 wrote:Amazing!~~Then I could invest some jeans for them too.......

I am glad I could help Smile

skywalkersaga wrote:Wow, is that a Tom Hardy headsculpt with the beard? He's gorgeous! I can't tell who the other sculpt is from this angle, but it looks like he's having a fierce 'Devil Went Down to Georgia' type competition, while the other guy is just there for a super chill jam session. ;D

Well, it is some southern fun for sure. And I didn't feel like excavating for short-sleeved plaid and finding the boots again, so it turned out as informal as it is (not to use other terms). I was thinking the same thing when I tried out the head last night -- it does look like Tom Hardy with a beard. It is the head from the SMU Tier 1 Navy Seal Zero Dark Thirty Operator Type A set by Easy & Simple. The other one looks like Walton Goggins to me, but I actually don't know who it is or what set he came from -- been trying to find out to update my files. Help, anyone?


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GubernatorFan wrote:

Well, it is some southern fun for sure. And I didn't feel like excavating for short-sleeved plaid and finding the boots again, so it turned out as informal as it is (not to use other terms). I was thinking the same thing when I tried out the head last night -- it does look like Tom Hardy with a beard. It is the head from the SMU Tier 1 Navy Seal Zero Dark Thirty Operator Type A set by Easy & Simple. The other one looks like Walton Goggins to me, but I actually don't know who it is or what set he came from -- been trying to find out to update my files. Help, anyone?

LOL, just needs them to be 'porch-sittin' with some beers strewn about. ;D

And that's really good to know! For whatever reason, I have yet to find an 'ideal' Tom Hardy headsculpt, so that one might be a close enough stand-in! Very Happy

I honestly can't place the other guy at all.... the closest person he looks like to me is the guy who played Moriarty in the BBC Sherlock....


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skywalkersaga wrote:Wow, is that a Tom Hardy headsculpt with the beard? He's gorgeous! I can't tell who the other sculpt is from this angle, but it looks like he's having a fierce 'Devil Went Down to Georgia' type competition, while the other guy is just there for a super chill jam session. ;D

Well, it is some southern fun for sure. And I didn't feel like excavating for short-sleeved plaid and finding the boots again, so it turned out as informal as it is (not to use other terms). I was thinking the same thing when I tried out the head last night -- it does look like Tom Hardy with a beard. It is the head from the SMU Tier 1 Navy Seal Zero Dark Thirty Operator Type A set by Easy & Simple. The other one looks like Walton Goggins to me, but I actually don't know who it is or what set he came from -- been trying to find out to update my files. Help, anyone?

I like that Hardy sculpt too. There's a lot of personality to it. I think the other one is supposed to be Andrew Lincoln (Rick in the Walking Dead). Although I do definitely see the similarity to Goggins. Not 100% sure, but I think it's actually the same head I'm using on my current project. Although he's already looking a lot less recognizable...


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skywalkersaga wrote:LOL, just needs them to be 'porch-sittin' with some beers strewn about. ;D

And that's really good to know! For whatever reason, I have yet to find an 'ideal' Tom Hardy headsculpt, so that one might be a close enough stand-in! Very Happy

Very true, but I didn't have time to put together a real scene -- just testing whether the tightly-fitting jeans would allow M33 to articulate correctly at the hips and knees.

Although I agree that the head sculpt looks like a bearded Tom Hardy, I suspect it is intended to be Jason Clarke, who was actually in Zero Dark Thirty, and was sporting a beard too. Here are some options (also look at the Wasteland Ranger from VTS -- see HERE).

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ReverendSpooky wrote:I like that Hardy sculpt too. There's a lot of personality to it.  I think the other one is supposed to be Andrew Lincoln (Rick in the Walking Dead). Although I do definitely see the similarity to Goggins. Not 100% sure, but I think it's actually the same head I'm using on my current project.  Although he's already looking a lot less recognizable...

As I said above, not sure it is supposed to be Hardy, but does look quite a bit like him. Thank you very much for the information on the other sculpt. I will take your word for it and go from there.


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Oh! You're right, GF -- the Wasteland Ranger one is quite nice! Because of all the disappointment surrounding the Furiosa figure, I guess I'd kind of forgotten about it and/or forgotten what it looked like. I'm so used to seeing the other ones floating around ebay, and was not super enthused about those in terms of being a good likeness of him. It's understandable -- he's got one of those faces that seems like it would be tough to capture. I'm guessing the RAF one is supposed to be his character in the film 'Dunkirk'?

And ah, ok, I see....from the front angle I guess the bearded one doesn't look exactly like Tom Hardy, but it's still a really nice sculpt that I'll keep my eye out for! Very Happy

Rev -- I can see a bit of resemblance to Andrew Lincoln... if it is supposed to be him, it would make me lol, cause back in the day before either of those guys were super famous, they both acted together in a period drama adaptation of Wuthering Heights. I don't know...just an amusing juxtaposition/mental image. ;p


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I actually think the Wasteland Ranger head is the best of all of them, imho; if you don't mind the beat-up look. I have that figure, but canceled (when Timewalker gave me the opportunity) Furiosa -- really bums me out how badly they did that figure.


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Stryker -- of course I don't mind the beat-up look! Very Happy And yeah, it does seem like quite a good figure, and makes it all the more unfortunate that the Furiosa....wasn't. :/

And GF -- never fear, my remarks about the photo weren't meant to be critical of the poses or the scene... on the contrary, it's such a fun pic, I love it! And the very simplicity of the backdrop and setting actually was better suited for making my imagination and ridiculous sense of humour run wild with it... Smile


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skywalkersaga wrote:And GF -- never fear, my remarks about the photo weren't meant to be critical of the poses or the scene... on the contrary, it's such a fun pic, I love it! And the very simplicity of the backdrop and setting actually was better suited for making my imagination and ridiculous sense of humour run wild with it... Smile

No fear, on that count anyway. Smile There are actually a few Tom Hardy head options out there (though some of the above may have gone scarce) on eBay (see HERE). I think most of them are pretty decent, though I also like what I have seen of the announced Parasitic Symbiosis figure (HERE).


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skywalkersaga wrote:And GF -- never fear, my remarks about the photo weren't meant to be critical of the poses or the scene... on the contrary, it's such a fun pic, I love it! And the very simplicity of the backdrop and setting actually was better suited for making my imagination and ridiculous sense of humour run wild with it... Smile

No fear, on that count anyway. Smile There are actually a few Tom Hardy head options out there (though some of the above may have gone scarce) on eBay (see HERE). I think most of them are pretty decent, though I also like what I have seen of the announced Parasitic Symbiosis figure (HERE).

Thanks for those listings -- there were several I hadn't seen before. He seems to be a very popular face -- or 'non-face', in the case of Bane , lol.


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Part V: More Shirts and Pants

Here are some additional clothing items designed to fit seamless male bodies or comparable action figures. M34 and M35 wear the two variants of the shirts and pants from the Street Bruiser American Soldier (Guile) sets: no surprise there, as these were designed to fit on M35. M33 wears a sort of exercise pants with full-sized (rather oversized) pockets from eBay seller footful_mall (where the product is listed as "1/6 Male Trousers Casual Pants Clothing for 12'' Kumik, Phicen Figure Dolls"). These last are certainly long enough to work even if you wanted to use the ankle extenders for the M33, and as you can see they are very flexible. The other items I had picked up from here and there a long time ago.

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GubernatorFan wrote:Part V: More Shirts and Pants

Here are some additional clothing items designed to fit seamless male bodies or comparable action figures. M34 and M35 wear the two variants of the shirts and pants from the Street Bruiser American Soldier (Guile) sets: no surprise there, as these were designed to fit on M35. M33 wears a sort of exercise pants with full-sized (rather oversized) pockets from eBay seller footful_mall (where the product is listed as "1/6 Male Trousers Casual Pants Clothing for 12'' Kumik, Phicen Figure Dolls"). These last are certainly long enough to work even if you wanted to use the ankle extenders for the M33, and as you can see they are very flexible. The other items I had picked up from here and there a long time ago.


Hope this is of some use.

Oh my God I have totally no idea what about the different between M33 with both M34 and35......they just looked the same size What a Face , by the way I love the T-shirt on M33

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A muscle-bound Lee Majors! Awesome! Now he just needs a white snow suit and a Gatling gun, a few of Santa’s elves, and your all set.

Thanks for the extra photos.


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lawlaw91 wrote:By the way I love the T-shirt on M33

I like it too. Wish I could tell you where it came from, but I've forgotten. It was from a parted out military set (most likely DAM or Soldier Story or Mini Times). Perhaps someone more versed with modern military figures can help identify it.

Stryker2011 wrote:A muscle-bound Lee Majors! Awesome! Now he just needs a white snow suit and a Gatling gun, a few of Santa’s elves, and your all set. Thanks for the extra photos.

You're very welcome. I just needed a large enough head to look good on the M34 body and didn't want to reuse one from a recent photo while also not wanting to excavate more head boxes at the moment. So that was it. Smile


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lawlaw91 wrote:By the way I love the T-shirt on M33

I like it too. Wish I could tell you where it came from, but I've forgotten. It was from a parted out military set (most likely DAM or Soldier Story or Mini Times). Perhaps someone more versed with modern military figures can help identify it.

Stryker2011 wrote:A muscle-bound Lee Majors! Awesome! Now he just needs a white snow suit and a Gatling gun, a few of Santa’s elves, and your all set. Thanks for the extra photos.

You're very welcome. I just needed a large enough head to look good on the M34 body and didn't want to reuse one from a recent photo while also not wanting to excavate more head boxes at the moment. So that was it. Smile

I am starring the M30 so long, I think that M30 is actually not that short that they claimed.....I means it is not too different compare with M35, with shoes of course.... Laughing

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lawlaw91 wrote:I am staring at the M30 for so long, I think that M30 is actually not that short that they claimed.....I means it is not too different compare with M35, with shoes of course.... Laughing

It is a bit shorter -- in the first photo they have comparable boots (same company) but different heads (and M30s is a bigger/longer head sculpt), with possibly different heights for the neck attachment. I just re-measured the bodies, and M30 is 27.5 cm to the top of the neck ball, while M33 is 28.5 cm to the same spot.


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Part VI: PIPI Toys 1/6 White Vest and Blue Jeans set

This product just arrived from eBay seller nygc61 (who also sells a different version, with a black top instead). The set includes blue jeans, a top ("vest," really a "tank top" or "wife beater"), and a black pleather belt with a slightly oversized buckle. It is advertised to fit the M35 TBLeague body, and it certainly fulfills that promise. The top and the jeans fit M35 very well (see first three photos below), although they are both a pretty tight fit, especially the jeans. When it comes to restricting the articulation, the top has no adverse effect (for obvious reasons), while the pants can also allow for reasonably deep poses. The stitching on the jeans is pretty fine, the buttons are represented by tiny metalic (or metal-like) caps, and all the pockets are functional. Moreover, the bottoms of the jeans are wide enough to accommodate boots (for convenience, I keep using the boots from the XRF sets above). The belt works very well, which is not always the case with these sets.

I would suggest that for even better articulation, you use this set with the slightly less bulky M34 body. In fact, as you can see in the last three photos below, it works perfectly well with the even less bulky M33, too, which makes it a remarkably versatile and useful set of garments.

I hope this was useful. What do you think?

tbleague - Clothing TBLeague / Phicen Seamless Bodies (updated: Part XI) Clothm23

tbleague - Clothing TBLeague / Phicen Seamless Bodies (updated: Part XI) Clothm24

tbleague - Clothing TBLeague / Phicen Seamless Bodies (updated: Part XI) Clothm25

tbleague - Clothing TBLeague / Phicen Seamless Bodies (updated: Part XI) Clothm26

tbleague - Clothing TBLeague / Phicen Seamless Bodies (updated: Part XI) Clothm27

tbleague - Clothing TBLeague / Phicen Seamless Bodies (updated: Part XI) Clothm28


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Stryker2011

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Looks pretty good. My only suggestion: use one of the "limp appendages" that comes with the body, to help the jeans look more "natural", instead of like they're on a Ken doll. It may not seem important, but pants fit a certain way on men, and it's only natural to see a slight bulge -- even if a guy has a tiny one.


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Stryker2011 wrote:Looks pretty good. My only suggestion: use one of the "limp appendages" that comes with the body, to help the jeans look more "natural", instead of like they're on a Ken doll. It may not seem important, but pants fit a certain way on men, and it's only natural to see a slight bulge -- even if a guy has a tiny one.

LOL I usually do use them, for realism. This time I forgot.


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Ahh, no worries. The pants do look like a nice quality. And though the "wife-beaters" allow for articulation, it'd be nice if someone would start making T-shirts with sleeves, and flannel shirts, that would work with these larger bodies. Give them more of a manly job/look, rather than guys in suits.


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Stryker2011 wrote:Ahh, no worries. The pants do look like a nice quality. And though the "wife-beaters" allow for articulation, it'd be nice if someone would start making T-shirts with sleeves, and flannel shirts, that would work with these larger bodies. Give them more of a manly job/look, rather than guys in suits.

Good point, I also wish there were more of these. Look at the printed shirts in Post 1 and the army shirt in Post 30. They fit on M33 -- and they might possibly fit on M34, but I can't promise (don't know if I've tried).


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