I'm hoping to! It'll probably be the last wear out of the gold suit before I get around to making ze yellow one. (No monies for fabric to make a new suit right now, otherwise, that would be happening. Ah well.)
Funny story, Jenn and I have no clue we were talking about you when I said Gil had signed on for huntress (if it's finished of course), and that you were going to be Babs, so she responded with "but Josh has two friends that wanna be Babs and Dick!" and it never clued in, in my head, that we were both talking about the same two people, till after Josh sent me some pictures from your project rooftop.
It definitely does. Latex you practically need to lube yourself up to get in and out of, this doesn't need that. Latex is like wearing solid plastic. The only time I ever wore it, I think I could describe it as like really thick plastic wrap.
Ahahahah breatheable? Nah, there's no way to do that without sacrificing the look. It'll be for both conventions and photoshoots, but the key thing is that this is going to be worn in air-conditioned buildings and on cooler days. It's just days like today, where it's 40+ degrees in my not-air-conditioned apartment that it's too brutal to even try.
If you need cheap air conditioning for your apartment, you can take a polystyrene foam cooler, a fan, duct tape, and a bunch of ice to make a simple one for cheap.
Pretty much all you need to do is cut a big hole in the top of the cooler and tape the fan over the hole. Then poke a lot of holes in the lid next to the fan. Fill the cooler up with ice, plug the fan in and you have a pretty simple air conditioner! [link]