FAQ, Disclaimers and Policies
Last updated: January 15, 2020
You may not reproduce or redistribute my patterns, tutorials, website content, or other materials for sale.
If you have any concerns/inquiries/questions, please contact me at email@example.com.
—Are you selling (insert costume here) ? —
No, sorry! I will make announcements on my social media feeds if I am selling anything.
—Can you make me a costume ?—
I am not currently open for commissions at this time. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for any project or collaboration proposals.
—How do I print your PDF file to the scale that I want?—
Please visit my tutorial for more info.
—Do you do armor patterns/commissions?—
No, at this time I only draw patterns for weapons and props. I may in the future release armor patterns I have previously crafted for myself. Every human body type is unique and armor patterns would have to be readjusted and drawn accordingly to fit your body’s natural contour and specifics. My prop patterns are easily scalable for adjustment as opposed to body armor!
—How do you use these patterns?—
Please see an example here on how I used my patterns for creating a cosplay prop.
There are also lots of video tutorials on the internet on how to use patterns as templates for your next props!
—Is this an official product?—
My work and listings are unofficial products not associated with any company unless specifically stated. This is classified as fan art under fair use.
—May I use your pattern to make a physical prop / cosplay piece to sell?—
The files obtained from me are for personal use only — Please do not redistribute these patterns without prior consent.
However, yes, you may commission physical pieces using my patterns. All I ask is a simple favor: Please credit and tag me in your work where possible!
—May I use your pattern to make a 3D model or 3D printed physical object to sell?—
The files obtained from me are for personal use only — Please do not redistribute these files and modify my work without prior consent. I prefer that you make your own model from scratch using your own reference images as your main canvas base if you want to make and sell your own version model. However, all I ask is a simple favor: Please credit and tag me in your work where possible!
—May I use your pattern to make a new vector to sell?—
The files obtained from me are for personal use only — Please do not redistribute these files and modify my work without prior consent. If you have purchased my file, *AND* you do not copy exactly every single line detail I have put into my original vector PDF file, this is OK. I prefer that you make your own vector pattern from scratch using your own reference images if you want to make and sell your own version pattern. I know my drawing style and I can determine if there is an occurrence of this taking place.
Free Cosplay PDF Patterns
First, you'll need one of my patterns. If the PDF file contains a vector that covers 1 full page that hasn't been set to a 1:1 scale compared to your reference character, proceed to the following below. I've also included a printable PDF of these instructions just in...
With the release of World of Warcraft: Legion, Songhammer invited a bunch of us local cosplayers to participate in their latest music video, Legion! After a full day of shooting in full cosplay, it was pretty exhausting, but completely worth it once the video was...
Download my FREE PDF pattern here! CestLaSara - Blood Elf Tyrande Bow In my patterns, the black lines represent cut lines. In some more detailed patterns I draw, some black lines are major bevel edges. Red lines are for details and bevel edges. Materials used: Worbla...
This tutorial is for the base under the armor boot cover. This is great for a more fitted boot base if you don’t want to use an actual boot under armor or if this is the look you are going for. In some cases, boots in a specific color / style are difficult to look for...
I found some of this stuff at Walmart while browsing for other random things we needed to buy. I purchased a yard of the same material at a wholesale fabric store from Los Angeles and the fabric looks and feels the same -- only at a fraction of the cost. Our local...