How much is one commission? (sorry you probably get asked this often.)
Hello! It depends on what commission you are looking at. You can email us here email@example.com with a picture of what you want it based off of and a time frame. Be as descriptive as possible. Thank you for inquiring? We do get asked that a lot but that’s great! We love it, that’s how we get business, so thank you!
What happens in the bat mansion, stays in the bat mansion.
Deb and I after our bat family photo shoot with project hero messing around with candid photo ideas. Garrick’s face cracks me up!!
All costumes made by their respective wear-ers (except for Garrick and Deb’s cowls, those were purchased by other prop makers)
I made a thing! Finished my #batwoman mask. It’s made of molded leather. I have discovered working with leather creeps me out. Why you might ask? IT’S SKIN! I am molding skin, that’s a little to Hannibal-y for my tastes… The mask still came out cool :) #projecthero #superheroselfie
Hello all, so this is my dad, and he’s planning on cosplaying as Rescue Captain America at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Here’s the problem: He’s 53 and he thinks he might be too old to cosplay. In addition, he thinks he’s not buff/handsome enough to pull it off a Captain America costume. So even though he’s put a ton of work into his cosplay, he’s thinking about not taking any of it with us.
I’ve set out to prove him wrong, so tumblr, please help me show this retired Air Force officer that he makes a great Captain America!
For more photos and videos of Tashirojima’s cats, explore the 田代島 location page.
Off the Oshika Peninsula on the eastern shore of Japan sits Tashirojima (田代島), a small island that is home to about 100 people and hundreds of cats. “Cat Island,” as Tashiorjima is commonly called, was once home to a fishing industry and about 1,000 people, but the population has steadily declined and aged since its peak in the 1950s.
The island’s cats—believed to bring good fortune by locals—are Tashirojima’s biggest draw these days. Feline fanatics that are lucky enough to make the journey can also explore the island’s many cat shrines and cat-shaped stone monuments.