Frequently Asked Questions

Do you make any costumes/custom work/commissions for others?
   At this moment I only have time available to consider commercial work for events, companies, commercial projects, etc. Commissions for private use are not considered.
Depending on my current workload, your deadline and your budget, your project may not be feasible at the time. Please send your project details and deadline to [email protected] or check Appearances and Partners for more information.

I have a question about my store order.
If you placed an order on the website for a digital pattern, please send me an email with your order details to [email protected] If you placed an order on my Etsy store, please message me on Etsy or email me with your order number.

Do you give or sell any of your patterns or digital files?
   If I do sell certain patterns/files they would be in my store or in my Etsy shop, or available for free on my download page. If they are not then I will not make those available. 
You can find all my free patterns and tutorials at Downloads.

What kind of 3D printers, tools and materials do you use?
I use 3D print filament by colorFabb.
I get my 3D print resin from Siraya Tech
I get my eva foam and other foamsmithing products from Poly-Props.
For paints I use regular acrylics and Createx airbrushing paints
I use the Beambox laser cutter from FLUX
These are my 3D printers:
Anycubic Predator (modified)
BIQU Pixel L

Can you make costume X? It is my favorite character!
I do not take requests to make specific costumes, unless it’s part of a paid partnering project on behalf of a company or game studio. Each costume takes several dozen hours to make, or sometimes even hundreds of hours, so I pick each project based on my personal motivation to create the outfit!

Can I buy your costumes?
Costumes that I made for myself can only be sold once of course! While I create about 5 or 6 costumes per year, some of them I like to keep based on the fan feedback, the difficulty of wearing them or my personal preference for the costume to wear it again to other events. Sometimes I do sell costumes, these will only be the costumes that I deem suitable for sale based on the difficulty of wearing them and the quality of them. If I decide to sell a costume, I will write the details (price, size, special requirements) on my social media (instagram/facebook stories or twitter). It will then be listed on my website for sale. I do not take deposits or pre-orders for costumes, or hold costumes before selling.
I do not make any costumes to order or tailored to fit you, and I do not make adjustments to my own costumes when selling them. Many costumes can be easily adjusted in size, and it will be clearly marked if they cannot be adjusted easily.

Can you help me with my project?
I get a lot of messages and requests to help people with their projects! I usually don’t give advice unless it’s a quick answer or related to a project I’m doing myself, unfortunately it’s quite difficult and very time-consuming to guide dozens of people every week.

Are you willing to do any appearances, or other sponsored activities?
   I would love to! Please send me an email at [email protected] and I will get back to you as soon as possible. You can also find more general information about this at Appearances and Partners..

Do you do any trades or requests?
   Currently I only accept paid commercial work. This excludes any exchange that would not be considered monetary. While you can always suggest certain characters to me to make a costume of for myself, there’s a lot of characters that are already on my wishlist with personal motivation!

Where do I contact you for custom work/commissions?
   For commercial work please send an email with your project details to [email protected] If your project does not meet one of these criteria, it is unlikely I will consider to make it.

I have a different question
   You can send me an email or direct message, please be descriptive what your question is about. Email is your best chance to get an answer, many messages get overlooked!