But first, he starts by putting Oswald's shirt on Doorman.
Notice first that when you fit him into that shirt that his left shoulder extends a lot farther in front of Black Tie man than we see in the Altgens photo.
Do you see what I mean now that his left shoulder was cut off?
The man did have a left shoulder, after all. What we see on the left is a monstrosity.
Moving on now to the installation of Lovelady's posing shirt on Doorman.
If that's how Lovelady posed in it, we can't assume it was any more gaped open on 11/22/63. Here it is in color, this is cool because Larry superimposed the t-shirt exposure that we see in the Altgens photo, which is a lot more than we see here.
So, that illuminated area- that spotlight- shows you what is missing of exposed t-shirt. That should all be white t-shirt were it to match Doorman.
Then we get to a comparison of Gorilla Lovelady with 1971 Jackson Lovelady. Notice the difference in the pockets. Gorilla Man's shirt had not just a pocket but a pocket flap. Jackson Lovelady's did not.
Again, we see the pocket flap missing on the right but looming large on the left. Thank you, Larry Rivera, for this valuable work.