Beast Fantasia Studio was founded by the artist Zilven in 2011, who designs and makes animal-themed merchandise, publications, and artistic costumes in Taiwan. We often attend ACG or furry conventions to share our works, and we do ship them worldwide.
We have frequently been asked for fursuit commissions in recent years since the first of our costume works has come out in 2016. After that, we have devoted ourselves to the study of making costumes, hoping to give our customers a better experience of customized products. In 2019, we made a 3D printed mask and parts prototype, and have started to use them in our final costumes. We are willing to try new things to benefit our clients and hear your suggestions.
About Our Team
Zilven does most of the main works including the art design of merchandise, 3D model building, and costume making. Meanwhile, we have J.C. as our assistant, and we also collaborate with PolarTheLionStudio for 3D printing as well as technical, and electronic support. We look forward to having you as our client or even a business partner.
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Q: How often do you open commission?
A: Currently, we couldn't tell the exact date. Any further news will be announced on our Twitter, Facebook, and Telegram channel once we are ready to open slots or an auction.
Q: Do you take international orders?
A: Yes, we ship our costumes worldwide.
Q: How to place an order once the commission is opened?
A: We may release a form on Twitter, Facebook, and Telegram channel, asking commissioners to provide the design of their characters. Usually, we don't do first come first served, people could fill the form by the closing date, and we'll pick the design that fits our style and which we are able to make.
Q: Can I send my character reference sheet and details for a further quote?
A: We can't provide personal quotations at the moment. Please check our base prices here
We send detailed quotations to commissioners that are chosen in the next round after a submission period closes. If the quotation is not as expected, you have the right to cancel your commission.
Q: Would you accept my commission if I provide the mask base, materials or fabric myself?
A: No. To ensure that we offer the best costume quality to you, we only work with materials that we made or bought.
Q: Do you take commissions for single costume parts, such as hands, feet, or a tail?
A: No. All of our commissions require you to at least commission a head. The only exception to this are returning costumers who already ordered a head or partial suit before.
Q: Do you make fandom-specific species such as Sergals or Angel Dragons?
A: Possibly. We're willing to make any species, even hybrids or fantasy creatures. However, it always depends on the character design. We need to check if your idea fits our studio's style and also if we feel we are able to create it in our accustomed quality.
Q: Do you accept taking copyrighted characters as a commission?
A: We don't do derivative work for personal use. If you're looking for commercial collaboration, please contact us via e-mail.
Q: Do you accept a payment plan?
A: Yes, a payment plan could always be discussed if needed. Please keep in mind that the down payment (30%) could not be refunded once the commission has been accepted. Please check our TOS for more info.
Q: How long does it take to finish my costume?
A: According to how many commissions we have on the current list. It's expected to be finished by 3 months at the soonest, and 1 year at the latest. We'll inform you of an approximate date once your commission has been accepted.
Q: Would you bring back the sold-out merchandise?
A: Usually, most of our products will only produce once due to its high cost and minimum order requested from factories. Only if there is enough demand, then we may consider reproducing it in the future.
Q: Do you have any physical stores?
A: We don't have a physical store. We sell our merchandise via conventions and online store. We ship them worldwide.
Q: How often do you make a new product or publication?
A: To follow the schedule of conventions, we usually make new merch in February, June, August, or October. We produce two or more different kinds of products every year.