Commission Requests

Most projects we require 4-6 weeks. We still have day jobs you know!  But depending on the circumstance we may be able to work faster, although a rush fee will apply. On the other side of the coin, if you want 10 suits of armor it will take longer.

Now a quick word on pricing. We are two people building everything by hand, not a factory. Very complicated or time consuming projects can run into the $1000′s. I am putting this up here because you would not believe how many people have hit us up asking for a full costume, but only wanting to spend $40. There is no set pricing. Everything is based off of material costs, complexity and time, which changes drastically from project to project.  All other terms will be negotiated on an individual basis. We will not take on new commissions if our workload is too heavy.

PLEASE NOTE: We are not taking full costume commissions for individuals at this time.

If you would like to commission my wife and I to build you a specific prop please fill out the following information:

Thank you!
Garrick Backer
Jackie Backer

11 thoughts on “Commission Requests

  1. hello, im just wondering about how much a deadpool costume would be. Please reply and i won’t be like the others who say that the max price theyd pay is $40.

  2. Under you get a LOT of requests for the ‘pool,which I understand since you received a bunch of praise for the one you made before I just sae on the rfpg? I wanted a suit of my own not needed until August, I don’t have a tiny price range and iwant it pretty customized. I’d love the chance to work with you seeing how you seem like a very agreeable person who loves their work.

    • So sorry this took so long to get back to you! We are actually booked through the rest of the year with commissions right now. Thank you for your kind words on our Deadpool work! We appreciate it 🙂

  3. Was pointed to you was looking for a Deadpool cosplay looking for a lot of detail in it and was told this was the spot to go from friends that where vary happy with your work

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