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8th Feb '16 5:42:42 PM Unknownlight
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19th Sep '15 11:26:58 PM nombretomado
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* ''WWE Day of Reckoning'' for the NintendoGamecube went too far overboard with this look, leading to criticisms that created wrestlers and their outfits looked overly glossy to the point that they resembled action figures more than people. The next game in that series dialed it back and some newer wrestling games have a sliding bar that lets you adjust the oiled-up look yourself, from zero shine to so much gloss that wrestlers practically ''glow''.
* All the playable characters in the UpdatedRerelease of ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' for the NintendoGamecube, as well as everybody in ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes''.

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* ''WWE Day of Reckoning'' for the NintendoGamecube UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube went too far overboard with this look, leading to criticisms that created wrestlers and their outfits looked overly glossy to the point that they resembled action figures more than people. The next game in that series dialed it back and some newer wrestling games have a sliding bar that lets you adjust the oiled-up look yourself, from zero shine to so much gloss that wrestlers practically ''glow''.
* All the playable characters in the UpdatedRerelease of ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' for the NintendoGamecube, UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube, as well as everybody in ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes''.
14th Apr '15 6:39:26 PM nombretomado
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* Many western comics during TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks utilized or imitated the style of the Liquid! coloring studio, which emphasized heavy use of bright, primary colors and more light sources than a Thomas Kinkade painting.

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* Many western comics during TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks utilized or imitated the style of the Liquid! coloring studio, which emphasized heavy use of bright, primary colors and more light sources than a Thomas Kinkade painting.
17th Dec '14 11:58:57 PM Sheora
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* The works of DPRagan, particularly due to his tendency to go for DressedAllInRubber as well.

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* The works of DPRagan, Creator/DPRagan, particularly due to his tendency to go for DressedAllInRubber as well.
21st May '14 8:15:25 PM Willbyr
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* Mods for [[{{TheelderScrolls}} The Elder Scrolls]] and {{Fallout}} are infamous of this trope.
* Most [[{{DC Comics}} DC]] and {{Marvel}} characters have undergone this, depending on the artist. Especially the female ones.
* The Stormy Knight version of ''ComicBook/PhantomLady'' displayed this a lot in the mid-2000s version of ''ComicBook/FreedomFighters''. This was particularly notable since the artist didn't do this to any other character in the comic, leading to a fan theory that she was actually an [[Series/DoctorWho Auton]].
* Parodied in ''Anime/ExcelSaga'', where in an episode parodying fanservice anime they turn up the contrast and brightness of the show to achieve this effect.
* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0736.html parodied this]] in the strip introducing the gladiators.
-->"You will remain stripped to the waist with your muscles oiled at all times, for no apparent purpose. See the oil steward if your skin becomes dry for any reason."
* Many western comics during the DarkAge of Comics utilized or imitated the style of the Liquid! coloring studio, which emphasized heavy use of bright, primary colors and more light sources than a Thomas Kinkade painting.

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* Mods for [[{{TheelderScrolls}} The Elder Scrolls]] [[AC:{{Anime}} and {{Fallout}} are infamous of this trope.
{{Manga}}]]
* Most [[{{DC Comics}} DC]] and {{Marvel}} characters have undergone this, depending on the artist. Especially the female ones.
* The Stormy Knight version of ''ComicBook/PhantomLady'' displayed this a lot in the mid-2000s version of ''ComicBook/FreedomFighters''. This was particularly notable since the artist didn't do this to any other character in the comic, leading to a fan theory that she was actually an [[Series/DoctorWho Auton]].
* Parodied in ''Anime/ExcelSaga'', where in an
An episode parodying fanservice of ''Anime/ExcelSaga'' parodied fanservicey anime they turn by turning up the contrast and brightness of the show to achieve this effect.
* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0736.html parodied this]] in the strip introducing the gladiators.
-->"You will remain stripped to the waist with your muscles oiled at all times, for no apparent purpose. See the oil steward if your skin becomes dry for any reason."
* Many western comics during the DarkAge of Comics utilized or imitated the style of the Liquid! coloring studio, which emphasized heavy use of bright, primary colors and more light sources than a Thomas Kinkade painting.
effect.



* The works of {{DP Ragan}}, particularly due to his tendency to go for DressedAllInRubber as well.
* In RealLife, celebrities often rub oil into their skin to achieve this look.
* Also in RealLife, bodybuilders who participate in competitions will oil up their bodies so that their musculature will be more visible to the judges.
* In addition to oil/lotion, {{Professional Wrestl|ing}}ers do a light workout/exercise before a match to achieve this look.

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* Most Creator/{{DC|Comics}} and Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}} characters have undergone this, depending on the artist. Especially the female ones.
* The works Stormy Knight version of {{DP Ragan}}, ComicBook/PhantomLady displayed this a lot in the mid-2000s version of ''ComicBook/FreedomFighters''. This was particularly due to his tendency to go for DressedAllInRubber as well.
* In RealLife, celebrities often rub oil into their skin to achieve
notable since the artist didn't do this look.
* Also
to any other character in RealLife, bodybuilders who participate in competitions will oil up their bodies so the comic, leading to a fan theory that their musculature will be she was actually an [[Series/DoctorWho Auton]].
* Many western comics during TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks utilized or imitated the style of the Liquid! coloring studio, which emphasized heavy use of bright, primary colors and
more visible to the judges.
light sources than a Thomas Kinkade painting.

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* In addition to oil/lotion, {{Professional Wrestl|ing}}ers wrestlers do a light workout/exercise before a match to achieve this look.look.

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* Mods for ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' are infamous of this trope.




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* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0736.html parodied this]] in the strip introducing the gladiators.
-->You will remain stripped to the waist with your muscles oiled at all times, for no apparent purpose. See the oil steward if your skin becomes dry for any reason.

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* The works of DPRagan, particularly due to his tendency to go for DressedAllInRubber as well.
* Celebrities often rub oil into their skin to achieve this look.
* Bodybuilders who participate in competitions will oil up their bodies so that their musculature will be more visible to the judges.

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21st May '14 8:04:12 AM LondonKdS
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* The Stormy Knight version of ''ComicBook/PhantomLady'' displayed this a lot in the mid-2000s version of ''ComicBook/FreedomFighters''. This was particularly notable since the artist didn't do this to any other character in the comic, leading to a fan theory that she was actually an [[Series/DoctorWho Auton]].
17th May '14 5:03:17 AM Wombatus
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* All the playable characters in the UpdatedRerelease of ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' for the NintendoGamecube.


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* All the playable characters in the UpdatedRerelease of ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' for the NintendoGamecube.

NintendoGamecube, as well as everybody in ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes''.

14th May '14 7:41:59 PM arbane
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* The works of Satoshi Urushihara.

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* The works of Satoshi Urushihara. [[MeaningfulName Urushi]] is a sort of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_lacquerware Japanese lacquer]].
13th May '14 2:24:20 PM Jetmann114
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* Mods for [[{{TheelderScrolls}} The Elder Scrolls]] and {{Fallout}} are infamous of this trope.
13th May '14 7:40:57 AM FastEddie
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In a lot of Anime (especially of the {{Bishoujo}} kind or {{Hentai}}) and comic books, characters that are supposed to have particularly "tight" bodies will be depicted as having a constant high-gloss on their exposed skin, even when they're supposed to be completely dry. This could be to emphasize their smooth skin, or to draw more attention to a woman's bosom or [[ShesGotLegs legs]]. If done well, it will give the impression of youthful elasticity and sturdiness. If overdone, it might lead to characters looking more like [[UncannyValley inflatable dolls]], which might or might not be the [[FanService desired effect]].

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In a lot of Anime (especially of the {{Bishoujo}} kind or {{Hentai}}) and of comic books, characters that are supposed to have particularly "tight" bodies will be depicted as having a constant high-gloss on their exposed skin, even when they're supposed to be completely dry. This could be to emphasize their smooth skin, or to draw more attention to a woman's bosom or [[ShesGotLegs legs]]. If done well, it will give the impression of youthful elasticity and sturdiness. If overdone, it might lead to characters looking more like [[UncannyValley inflatable dolls]], which might or might not be the [[FanService desired effect]].
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