Dorothy Jean (1/4/2021)
What if I doesn't look exactly the same? @Peter (RL) Can I PM you a photo of what I made and you can tell me what you think?
Sure you can PM me a photo and I'll take a look but at the end of the day it will be the copyright holder who will make a judgement on if the costume or character looks too much like their commercial property.
An example of this occurred a few years back when Daz3D sold a character that looked very similar to Britney Spears. Her management forced it to be taken down even though the character wasn't named Britney or gave any indication it was meant to be her. Just looking like her was enough for her lawyers to get it taken down (I know because I purchased it just before it was taken down).
On the flip side Daz developers still sell other celebrity lookalikes under different names and they have remained up for several years. The bottom line is that you never know if someone is going to make a claim which to me makes it not worth the risk, especially if there could be a monetary penalty at the end of it.