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Unread 07-12-2014, 02:47 PM   #1
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Talking ATTACK on Titan cosplay price?

Hey guys , how much are attack on titan commissions/cosplays usually? like for levi or eren
meaning , pants , undershirt , jacket , harnesses , wig , neck thing[levi] ?

pictures:
Eren
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-EsMXmrRmeB...0/IMG_2434.PNG

http://i00.i.aliimg.com/wsphoto/v0/1...pg_350x350.jpg

Levi:
http://www.skycostume.com/media/cata..._costume-4.jpg
http://www.skycostume.com/media/cata...me_shoes-7.jpg

So can anyone give a price range to how much that usually are?

these are my measurements if that helps with the answer :
Height : 5"4
weight: Around 155 pounds
around wrist - 7 inches
around part my arm below my elbow: 10 and half "
from wrist to under elbow: 9 and a half "
shoulder to shoulder [back]- 19"
shoulder to shoulder[front]- 19inches
around neck- 17"
around breast 42inches
under breast - 39 inches
from neck line to end of shoulder : 5" plus maybe a half an inch since his shoulder armor hangs off his shoulder a bit. Smile
from my shoulder diagnal to my waist- 14inches
waist: 34-35 inches
hips: 41"
around ankle: 9"
around leg under my knee: 14 and a half "
from my neckline to where the collars stops on my neck : 3 and a half inches
width of my hand - 4"
from where the collar stops on my neck to the back of my the back of my kneese caps: 41inches?
from my ankle to my knee : 12inches
length of my arm- 20"
from where the collar stops on my neck to my waist: 19"
pants length : 30inches or 29" im usaully a 34-30 in men's jeans

thanks for the help
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Unread 07-12-2014, 02:51 PM   #2
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There isn't a "usually" on this. It depends entirely on what kind of commissioner you go with. Poke around on Ebay and you'll get a good range of Chinese sweatshop prices. Poke around on the marketplace here and you'll get a reasonable cross-section of private commissioner prices at varying levels of skill.

Save the measurements until you find a commissioner that has a good reputation and the level of quality you're comfortable paying for. Commissioners will tell you what measurements they need.
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Unread 07-12-2014, 04:23 PM   #3
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I made my costume myself, including a leather harness, and it cost me about $500. That's without paying for the labor of someone else to do it. But yeah, I agree with Mangochutney to poke around the marketplace. The best way to find out how much it'll cost is to actually get a quote from the commissioner.
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Unread 07-12-2014, 05:04 PM   #4
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I feel like it's worth just buying an snk cosplay rather than commissioning it. The materials cost will pretty much equal commercial prices;; 3DMG, however, would be more worth making (not sure about commissioning hmm)
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Unread 07-13-2014, 12:32 AM   #5
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Depends on who's making it. One commissioner might use cheaper materials than another, which would affect price. It also depends on how detailed you want it or if you want certain accommodations made.
You're not just paying for the materials the commissioner uses, you're also paying for their time, energy, and skill, plus a little extra to make it worth their while. Sewing isn't as cheap as it used to be. However, commissioners often make nicer-looking costumes that fit better because they're handcrafted and tailored to your measurements, not just generic XS-XL sizes.
I suggest finding a few commissioners, tell each one exactly what you want, and see if they can give you an estimate.
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Unread 07-14-2014, 12:04 AM   #6
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Already been mentioned, but it really depends on the labor, materials and such. For me, I'd probably go with a private commissioner on here because you can communicate with them better and tell them your needs, then with someone on ebay who just will cookie cut the costume.

I made my own, it came to a price of20$'s alone to make the clothing, so I couldn't tell you what a appropriate price range would be. >.<;
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