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My mind fairly boggles at the possible applications of this technology to some of my artwork.

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voodooskeleton
17th Sep, 2010 17:56 (UTC)
How come the scientists wear safety glasses, but the people being sprayed don't?
dave_littler
17th Sep, 2010 17:57 (UTC)
Those scientists EARNED those goggles, by going to science school! Those assholes who are getting sprayed-on are lucky to be getting anything to wear at all!
squidb0i
17th Sep, 2010 21:14 (UTC)
The ultimate tight sweater..
dave_littler
18th Sep, 2010 03:05 (UTC)
It is that. I was thinking more in terms of what applications it might have in terms of my body painting work.
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dave_littler
18th Sep, 2010 03:41 (UTC)
I was mostly thinking of this last bit, and things like it.

I occasionally look at mostly-skin-tight clothing that has ridges and flares and whatnot, and kind of feel envious that I can't incorporate that kind of thing into my designs without merely covering stuff up with costume pieces - costume pieces which aren't of my design, naturally, and which as such are sort of... "cheating", I guess, in a way. With technology like this though? Whole new vistas would open up for me.
nerdfury
18th Sep, 2010 10:30 (UTC)
This... this is some SCIENCE.
hentaikid
18th Sep, 2010 14:47 (UTC)
I'm reminded of Empowered's fragile supersuit, somehow that stuff doesn't look sturdy at all.
dave_littler
18th Sep, 2010 14:49 (UTC)
An apt comparison!

Related: I really need to buy Empowered Volume 4 and onwards.
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