I have the blessing of the creator of "Angel Dragons" to take on a customer for an Angel Dragon quadsuit
Now first of all I have been friends with Ino for over half a decade now (as in stayed at my house for half a week personal) and I remember a time back before she had a suit of her personal Angel Dragon named Telephone, back before Angel Dragons were picked up as the next "species thing" within the fandom much in the way Sergals and Crux were.
Back before her fursuit I was first accustomed to Angel Dragons in their feral form. This quadsuit will represent their feral form, that being a fuzzy feathery dragon with the head and body proportions of a horse (but minus large feathered wings) ino89777.deviantart.com/art/Fo…
While large wings would be more proper to the feral form this suit will have small wings, large wings are too much of a royal pain to make and wear.
The overall look will be semi toony, a touch more real than the Angel Dragon suits running around but not too realistic... hard to explain... like, my sister's unicorn quad is realistic in features but characterized and semi toony at the same time, so like that.
Speaking of which.
The body proportions will be akin to the unicorn quaduist made by me including the long neck with a collar to see out of lilleahwest.deviantart.com/art… so imagine that shape and level of realism for the angel dragon quadsuit.
While I would strongly prefer to take an artistic liberty customer so I can design the suit myself and use up furs I have in stock (with customer input on the colors and horns etc and I have A LOT of fur in stock lilleahwest.deviantart.com/art… ) I MIGHT be inclined to make a suit based off a pre-made design... might...
Chances are if I do take a pre-made design I may need to work with the customer a bit to tweak things to work best. Long fur is best utilized in some areas to hide connection points and not be wrinkly (long fur looks extra fluffy vs wrinkled when rumpled) and some markings may not work as would some larger horns.
The quadsuit will be at the very least $6,000 USD, more for jointed arm stilts, a hinged bobble jaw, paw pads, wiggle ears, extra horns, or overly complex fur patterning.
Since quadsuits do cost too much more in materials than a normal suit to make (with the majority of the cost going to how much harder they are to make) I am willing to take 20% as the non refundable down payment vs the usual 30%.
So that would be $1200 now with the rest paid later. The quote is good for 6 months after the first payment, if the suit is not paid in full by the end of that 6 months I am allowed to adjust the price at any time if need be. Overall I allow up to 2 years total to pay in full, after that we would have to discuss removal from the commission list.
I you are seriously interested in an Angel Dragon quad and can put in the first payment of $1200 please do email me at email@example.com