FAQ

What payment methods do you take?
I accept PayPal (and bank transfers for Danish customers)

Do you make moving jaws?
No

Do you offer realistic fursuits?
No, I only do toony style suits

What is a DTD?
A DTD is a common term for a “duct tape dummy”. It is a body double of you that ensures a perfect fit. If you are ordering a full suit or a bodysuit, you will need one for us to complete your commission. There are many wonderful tutorials online that show how to create your own DTD.

What do you need to make my full fursuit?
I will need a duct tape dummy, shoe size, a tracing of your hand, and head circumference at the brow.

Do you make copyrighted characters?
No. This includes stuff from Disney, Pokemon, Digimon, animes etc. Because of copyright laws we are not allowed to re-create a character for money. All the copyrighted character suits on this site are my private projects.

Do you do artistic freedom suits?
Yes

Is concept art required to get a fursuit from you?
Yes. It must be at least 2 views and show all of the markings and colors clearly. I do not go off of descriptions. Concept art is not needed for an artistic freedom suit.

Do you ship internationally?
Yes, I do! However, the buyer will be responsible for all shipping and import fees incurred.

What forms of payment do you accept?
I accept paypal payments.

Do you have pets?
No

Do you smoke?
No. My items are crafted in a smoke-free environment.

How long have you been making suits?
I have been making suits since October 2013

Where do you get your fur?
A variety of places! fabric.com, mendels.com, crscrafts.com, and more.

Will you lower your price for me, I cannot afford it?
No. This is my income, my job. The cost of materials and the time spent making these beautiful hand crafted costumes unfortunately has a price tag connected. These costumes take a lot to build.

Do you offer a warranty?
Yes. All of my suits have a 60 day warranty to them on anything that is defective on my behalf. Warranty does not cover incorrect measurements.

How long does it take to make a suit?
It takes up to 3 months for my to build a suit. I usually work on 2-3 suits at the same time depending on our workload. During the process, I provide work in progress and updates.

Where are you located?
Denmark, Europe.