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by Trunch
Turn You pg129
Turn You CH8
Turn You CH7 Bonus [scuba] as well as a doodle

hope this answered the questions about swimming

human 54,417, comic 41,713, latex 10,298, shark 9,797, costume 6,245, rubber 5,721, suit 5,421, vinyl 1,215
Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 1 year ago
Rating: General

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1 year ago
Thad doodle is totes adorable.
1 year ago
I do love how thought out these suits are. And that pic is to adorable.
1 year ago
such a cute pair. ^w^
1 year ago
I am not into latex/suits (as far as I'm aware at least, has never interested me yet), but this is so frickin cool man :D
1 year ago
this is a very cool idea btw :D
1 year ago
Make the suit talk is so nice
1 year ago
how manly is Tessa going to become? owo
1 year ago
I'm liking the design more and more ^^
1 year ago
Oof. Is there like actual latex superheros in this world?
I'm picturing some guy in a hawk suit trying to catch some criminal in a cheetah suit. o3o
1 year ago
1 year ago
Oh. ;-;
1 year ago
Just looking at this picture just makes me happy,  I don't know why but it does. I never really thought about latex suits or anything similar, but the more i read your comic and see your art the more I want to try and understand. After seeing yoir comic and art I kinda feel like I always liked latex but just never knew that I did. It's strange but really interesting never really felt like that before. Thank you.
1 year ago
As a diver, I have one technical critique: you said the suit is very heavy to counteract the buoyancy of the air contained within. However, as the suit expels CO2 through the gills, it loses buoyancy, but the weight remains the same. You'd quickly lose the ability to make it back to the surface.

Two suggestions about how to remedy this: one is that the suits doesn't expel the CO2 its wearer exhales, but instead stores it in separate areas in the suit, thus keeping the suit constantly neutrally buoyant. The second idea would be that it would function more as a proper SCUBA rig, where all the oxygen is stored under pressure in the tail (probably necessitating reinforcement of the tail latex), and it feeds into the main suit cavity as needed for breathing and buoyancy adjustment.
1 year ago
i like this idea a lot. thank you for your insight
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