Is it wrong to charge for this?
(I'm sorry; I had nowhere to put this question.)
A friend who cosplays Artemis Crock doesn't have a bow, and although she bought a basic one, she was really struggling to modify it. I do a lot of papercrafting stuff, and the other day when we were just discussing general craft/costume stuff, I mentioned randomly that it would be fun to do a papercraft bow -- "maybe Artemis'" -- and she was wondering if she could have it for her costume. I'm not really opposed to that, since I just want the fun of making it and I won't have to buy anything. However, my cosplay budget for my own YJ costume is a little tight, and although I mentioned it's fun for me, patterning, constructing, and painting is going to take a lot of time.
I feel, though, that since I mentioned so outwardly that asking her to pay for it now might be a little rude, especially since she's a friend and not a random cosplayer I know. So do you guys think I should ask her to pay for it, or...?
Thanks for any help here -.-"
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