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NEW PRODUCT: ACPLAY ATX033 1/6 Scale Men's Black Business Suit Set

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Stryker2011

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Shirt * 1
Tie * 1
Suit * 1
Trousers * 1
Belt * 1
Shoes * 1 Pair

Note: Body and head are not included.







#newproduct #ACPlay #male #suit #clothing

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Nice to have these available.


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Pretty decent!

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That is a really nice suit. Glad to see this available too. I really do have the urge to buy more of these well tailored suits than I have uses for.

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ReverendSpooky wrote:That is a really nice suit.  Glad to see this available too.  I really do have the urge to buy more of these well tailored suits than I have uses for.  

I’m with you on that. These are really well made.


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This is neat. There are quite a few companies that tailor some pretty dope suits. But what I wanted was a suit that fit a Phicen M33 body. Do you guys know of any? This one probably won't, seems too narrow.

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FreakinLobster wrote:This is neat. There are quite a few companies that tailor some pretty dope suits. But what I wanted was a suit that fit a Phicen M33 body. Do you guys know of any? This one probably won't, seems too narrow.

Hard to tell without having it in hand to experiment. It might also stain the body. And when you have such a dressed up look (where only head and hands show out of the clothing), you might as well use a regular jointed hard plastic body. But if you did want to use an M33, remember you could squeeze the rubbery muscles through somewhat tight clothing often enough.


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GubernatorFan wrote:
FreakinLobster wrote:This is neat. There are quite a few companies that tailor some pretty dope suits. But what I wanted was a suit that fit a Phicen M33 body. Do you guys know of any? This one probably won't, seems too narrow.

Hard to tell without having it in hand to experiment. It might also stain the body. And when you have such a dressed up look (where only head and hands show out of the clothing), you might as well use a regular jointed hard plastic body. But if you did want to use an M33, remember you could squeeze the rubbery muscles through somewhat tight clothing often enough.

I will admit, I've kinda taken to using seemless bodies even if they're mostly covered. They just pose so well. the articulation in the hips and shoulders allow for a lot of really natural looking poses, even under clothes, I feel like there's something to the look that just seems more natural. Not to mention the options as far as build. Do you want it to emphasize the slimness of a character, or that they really fill out what they're wearing? I don't mean to shill for the company, but in a lot of ways they really changed the game for me.

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ReverendSpooky wrote:
GubernatorFan wrote:Hard to tell without having it in hand to experiment. It might also stain the body. And when you have such a dressed up look (where only head and hands show out of the clothing), you might as well use a regular jointed hard plastic body. But if you did want to use an M33, remember you could squeeze the rubbery muscles through somewhat tight clothing often enough.

I will admit, I've kinda taken to using seemless bodies even if they're mostly covered.  They just pose so well.  the articulation in the hips and shoulders allow for a lot of really natural looking poses, even under clothes, I feel like there's something to the look that just seems more natural.  Not to mention the options as far as build.  Do you want it to emphasize the slimness of a character, or that they really fill out what they're wearing?  I don't mean to shill for the company, but in a lot of ways they really changed the game for me.

Exactly what I feel, ReverendSpooky. The posing is really great, they fill more of the clothing and I also got used to the weight. Since the figure won't be using the whole suit all the time depending on the photos, that's another factor for a seamless body... and, crap, TBLeague just set a high standard for me. I was thinking on gettin that bulky WorldBox AT027 body on pre-order to test it but... it's almost the price of a TBLeague's...

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