Update re: commission shirts
So in case it wasn’t obvious (it was) I live in the UK. There’s a fairly sizeable disparity between UK and US prices (damn you, exchange rates), so HarpGuy (who does sometimes have good ideas) suggested I make a post giving a bit more info on roughly how much a commissioned shirt would cost.
The top I embroidered cost £4.99, which is (obviously) cheap, but it seems to be pretty nice quality for the price. I’d charge around £5 per hour for the sewing. Royal Mail says I can ship a “small package” to the US for £4.50. So assuming the embroidery took two hours, that would come to about $30. Would that be too much for anyone to consider?
Someone should make an Animorphs friendly reminders.
Friendly Reminder: Tobias is trapped as a hawk forever. Friendly Reminder: Everyone except Cassie dies. Friendly Reminder: Jake killed over 17,000 sentient beings with the press of a button. Friendly Reminder: You Mattered.
IF YOU MADE THAT SHIRT TO SELL I WOULD TOTALLY BUY IT. THE BLADE SHIP RAMMING ONE omg.
! that is a possibility, once my exams are finished. I’d need to look up things like international shipping and work out how much I’d charge, but I’ll let you know! Call it a commission, I guess, and then you’d be able to pick colours and shirt style.
Would people be interested in that? And/or have any idea what you would want to pay for it? The shirt itself cost £5, the sewing probably took about 3 hours in total but it should be faster now I’ve remembered how to embroider…
Obligatory question mark so people can reply ?
My two new favourite things: Animorphs shirt and purple underarm hair.Read more
This is my ruler and notepad tattoo. I believe that tattoos can be used for functionality as well as memory. I’m a designer, so I use the ruler for buttons, zippers, and trim widths. Usually the notepad has an address or to-do list on it. :)
Hey, fanimorphs. I have no skill at arting but I wanted to make something in honour of Cassie Appreciation Week. Also this fandom is really cute.
This was done freehand, mostly split stitch. I prefer the colours in person!