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Originally Posted by hoozah View Post

as soon as I lose my mobility or have a stroke and half my face is paralyzed im going to kill myself

 

why wait?

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Edited by conceptual 4est - 8/25/12 at 3:30pm
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nvm


Edited by kindofyoung - 8/25/12 at 3:49pm
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Oh snap it's the Waluigi to tween's Luigi.
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What jeans are those,
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Would thumbs-up but I don't bolster the spirits of evil twins.
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

 

I think another 2 inches would make the jacket end 1-2 cm below the thumb while with 1 inch it'd still end before the tip of the thumb
so it is very much possible we just guess the proportions and lengths of the jacket and the guy differently smile.gif

 

The jacket is ending at the base of the thumb and I find really improbable that his thumbs are 1 inch long (mines are 2,35") , that is why, in my opinion, about 2 inches will  be needed.

The photo, indeed, does not help us to guess his proportions, the low rise jeans can get us to think that he has a long torso and short legs, but the lens of the cellphone camera have some guilt on it.

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If you look at where his torso meets his calves, you can see the proportions are quite slanted. An additional half inch would be needed just for things to look balanced. Not to mention the thighs and the hips, which are too parallel for the proportions to work. I think reducing the shin area by around 2-3" would fix that problem nicely. Still, after all this is accomplished, you're left with that excess fabric above and below the rib cage. In that case you'd need shears to lop off around 6.5" inches from the left ventricle. Nothing a good tailor can't fix.
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wwow this is worse than the OL jeans fad


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This thread has been horrible recently.

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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

If you look at where his torso meets his calves, you can see the proportions are quite slanted. An additional half inch would be needed just for things to look balanced. Not to mention the thighs and the hips, which are too parallel for the proportions to work. I think reducing the shin area by around 2-3" would fix that problem nicely. Still, after all this is accomplished, you're left with that excess fabric above and below the rib cage. In that case you'd need shears to lop off around 6.5" inches from the left ventricle. Nothing a good tailor can't fix.


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Originally Posted by Victor Elfo View Post

The jacket is ending at the base of the thumb and I find really improbable that his thumbs are 1 inch long (mines are 2,35") , that is why, in my opinion, about 2 inches will  be needed.
The photo, indeed, does not help us to guess his proportions, the low rise jeans can get us to think that he has a long torso and short legs, but the lens of the cellphone camera have some guilt on it.

nobody gives a shit about your reactionary notions of how a jacket should fit. thx
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SnowmanXS?

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Ben Sherman Jacket
H&M + Tailoring Shirt (white with ribs)
Army Surplus + Tailoring black cargo pants
Palladium black leather boots
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I hate SWD blazer talk, so bad.
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Don't like the jacket or the double chest pockets. I'd prefer a mandarin collared shirt to be pretty clean.
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