My book's protagonist needs some style advice

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  1. RTepp

    RTepp New Member

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    Hey, I was wondering if anybody here could help me out with this little dilemma I'm dealing with. See, I'm writing a book/graphic novel about supernatural monsters, and the main character finds himself transformed into a vampire. Fortunately, as long as he wears a shirt and doesn't completely envelop himself in darkness he can pass off as a somewhat pale human, with one main problem: There are these really weird-looking blue veins on the back of his neck, and his hair is somewhat on the short side.

    So here's his dilemma: he needs to come up with a wardrobe that hides pretty much the entire back of his neck without it making him look odd, otherwise he can't go out in public. Anybody have any suggestions?
     


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    a jacket with a big collar popped up
     


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    Full body gimp suit.

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    Green Man is also appropriate.

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