How to Create Your Entirely Unique Custom Ear Tunnels?

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The process of ordering custom designs for ear tunnels isn’t that tricky, but it does go through several stages. To get as close as possible to what you’re looking for, it’s best if we know those desires (of course).

Let’s dive into this process in more detail, using the steps you suggested and some examples from popular culture.

First off, I’d like to show you our works right away.

It all kicks off with a request for a custom design:

You get in touch and express the wish to order custom-designed ear tunnels. For instance, you might say:”I’d like to order custom ear tunnels with a cosmic sci-fi vibe.”

Clarifying requirements and preferences:

We need to understand precisely what you’d like to see. “Sci-fi,” for example, is such a broad idea that it could cover anything from the Warhammer 40,000 universe to Rick and Morty.

So, it’s helpful if you provide reference pictures and a detailed description of what you’d like to see. For example, these could be links to images from movies like “Star Wars,” “Guardians of the Galaxy.” Characters look especially cool, especially when colored.

More examples:

Darth Vader (from “Star Wars”)

  • Harley Quinn (from DC comics)
  • Mario (from “Super Mario” games)
  • Travis Bickle (from “Taxi Driver”)
  • Rick Sanchez (from “Rick and Morty”)
  • Sally (from “The Nightmare Before Christmas”)
  • Pikachu (from “Pokémon”)
  • Cruz Ramirez (from “Cars”)
  • Steven Universe (from “Steven Universe”)
  • The Joker (from DC comics)
  • Batman (from DC comics)
  • Iron Man (from Marvel comics)
  • Luke Skywalker (from “Star Wars”)
  • The Hulk (from Marvel comics)
  • Jon Snow (from “Game of Thrones”)
  • Hollyhock (from “BoJack Horseman”)
  • Sonic (from “Sonic the Hedgehog” games)
  • Harry Potter (from “Harry Potter” books and movies)
  • King Julian (from “Madagascar”)
  • Maggie Simpson (from “The Simpsons”)
  • Spider-Man (from Marvel comics)
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex (from “Jurassic Park” movies)
  • The Little Prince (from “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)
  • Sheldon Cooper (from “The Big Bang Theory”)
  • Venom (from Marvel comics)
  • Elsa (from “Frozen”)
  • Buzz Lightyear (from “Toy Story”)
  • Wonder Woman (from DC Comics)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Pikachu (from Pokémon)
  • Hello Kitty
  • Barbie
  • Mickey Mouse (from Disney)
  • Superman (from DC Comics)
  • SpongeBob Square Pants
  • Jack Sparrow (from “Pirates of the Caribbean”)
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • Catwoman (from DC Comics)
  • Optimus Prime (from “Transformers”)
  • Bugs Bunny (from Looney Tunes)
  • Lara Croft (from “Tomb Raider”)
  • The Terminator
  • The Incredibles Family
  • Minnie Mouse (from Disney)
  • Deadpool (from Marvel Comics)
  • Thor (from Marvel Comics)
  • The Hulk (from Marvel Comics)
  • Shrek
  • Smurfs
  • Scooby-Doo
  • Indiana Jones
  • The Simpsons Family
  • The Powerpuff Girls


Movies and Cartoons:

  1. Joker (from “The Dark Knight”)
  2. Trinity (from “The Matrix”)
  3. Gollum (from “The Lord of the Rings”)
  4. Gandalf (from “The Lord of the Rings”)
  5. Jack Skellington (from “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas”)
  6. Monsters, Inc.
  7. Willy Wonka (from “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”)
  8. Greta Garbo (from “Hollywood Revue of 1929”)
  9. Remy (from “Ratatouille”)
  10. Ellie (from “Up”)
  11. Sherlock Holmes (from “Sherlock Holmes”)
  12. Harley Quinn (from “Suicide Squad”)
  13. Miyazaki (from Hayao Miyazaki’s films)
  14. Batman (from “The Dark Knight”)
  15. Kids from “Stranger Things”
  16. Ralph (from “Ralph Breaks the Internet”)
  17. The Lion King (from “The Lion King”)
  18. Doctor Strange (from “Doctor Strange”)
  19. Spider-Man (from “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”)
  20. Syndrome (from “The Incredibles”)

Brands and Characters:

  1. Michelin Man (from Michelin)
  2. Apple’s Bitten Apple Logo
  3. Black Jaguar (from Jaguar)
  4. Coca-Cola Santa Claus
  5. Cheburashka (from “Cheburashka and Crocodile Gena”)
  6. Teddy Bear
  7. Russian Post Mailbox
  8. Logos of Nike, Adidas, Puma, and other sport brands
  9. Minions (from “Despicable Me”)
  10. Mr. Clean
  11. Hamster (from KIA)
  12. Lacoste Crocodile (from Lacoste)
  13. TV Cat (from MTV)
  14. Vans Skull (from Vans)
  15. FIFA World Cup Mascot
  16. Tiffany & Co.’s Nutcracker Soldier
  17. Yellow JBL Subwoofer
  18. Lego Minifigure (from Lego)
  19. Converse’s Carlos
  20. Cheshire Cat (from “Alice in Wonderland”)
  21. Iron Giant (from “The Iron Giant”)
  22. Baymax (from “Avengers: Infinity War”)
  23. Kikimora (from “Nightmare Before Christmas”)
  24. King Julian (from “Madagascar”)
  25. Thor (from “The Avengers”)
  26. King Louie (from “The Jungle Book”)
  27. Kevin the Bird (from “Up”)
  28. Dr. Claw (from “Inspector Gadget”)
  29. Birdman (from “Birdman and the Galaxy Trio”)

Cost estimation and project stages:

Based on the provided data, we’ll generate a preliminary cost estimate and project timeline.

We’ll give you a price range and a detailed description of the project stages, from creating the concept to final delivery. For example, “The cost will vary depending on the design’s complexity and materials, ranging from $X to $Y. Project stages include creating a 3D model, printing a prototype, and final manufacturing.”

Choosing design options:

At this stage, we either create a model from scratch based on the provided images or select options from available models that suit your preferences.

Through images or renders, we’ll show you design options like a Star Destroyer or hands from the Addams Family. For smaller items like these, it’s better to avoid excessively tiny characters – otherwise, they might not be visible, especially from a distance.

Selecting and approving the design:

You choose the most suitable option and approve it to proceed with the process.

Creating 3D models:

We’ll develop a 3D model of the selected design and show it to you for final approval.

Manufacturing the physical model:

After the 3D model is approved, we’ll start manufacturing the physical ear tunnels.

Painting (if necessary):

If you requested specific colors or details, we’ll paint the product according to your wishes and show you the result.

Presenting the final result and shipping:

Upon completing the project, we’ll show you the final result, pack it suitably, and send out the order.

That’s the whole process – it’s not that complicated, actually. Your main job is understanding what you want and what you like, and then we’ll figure it out together.

And you’ll receive a ready and entirely unique design, one-of-a-kind.

To place an order, visit our custom order page or reach out to us via messaging


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