If you want to get a custom-made model of your choice, then our contributing 3D artists sometimes take up custom design orders if they have time, so that is possible.
Please take into account the fact that the price of a custom model is usually 10x-20x times higher than the average price of similar 3D printing models on our marketplace. Though you suggest the design, the rights to the 3D model still belong to the artist. The price also depends on the technical characteristics of the model – its type (whether it is a one-piece or an assembly model), the number of parts (if it is an assembly model), how detailed it is, etc.
So if you are interested in a custom model, please contact our Customer Support Service at firstname.lastname@example.org and specify the details that our contributing 3D artists will need to estimate the price of such a design - which character/object from a movie/video gaming/comic book universe should it be? Which pose and size do you want for your model? Should it be one-piece or assembly, static or with moving parts? It would also be great if you could send the picture of the character/object you want to have designed in the right pose you want.
Alternatively, if you just wish to see a certain model available for purchase on Gambody someday, you can take the survey here: https://goo.gl/forms/vcedoRHt7orI2eTZ2, vote for your desired 3d printing model (or universe) and boost its chances soon appearing on our marketplace.
P.S. Our marketplace focuses solely on objects and characters from comic books, video games and movies. Custom orders for 3D printing models of remarkable people/characters/objects/images etc that don’t fall into our niche aren’t usually considered for modelling on Gambody, except for the cases when they represent a certain character from the comic-based movie or a video game.