Coregeek Creations is in the house! Bill and Eric answer questions about fabric stencils, wet sanding, silicone paints, smoke effects, bandsaws, removing bubbles, Epsilon Pro, three-part molds, large costume mobility, and more!
Bill and Britt recently had a chance to visit Kim Beaton in her studio near Seattle and learn a bit about working with her new material, Pal Tiya. Kim also showed them a great technique for bulking out basic sculpture forms using aluminum foil and hot glue.
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Britt cleans up a Red Hood kit, from Sorenzo Props, and a Reaper gun kit, from Henchmen Props. Learn how to remove the resin from eye holes, trim away jagged edges, fill in small cavities with superglue, and fix uneven seams with body filler.
How to make a helmet template from a head form. The template is constructed of packing supplies, plastic wrap, and tape. Build up the form you want and…
Bill never got the Hand of Rag when he played WoW back in the day, so instead he built it for himself! Follow along in this tutorial as he makes this legendary mace from World of Warcraft.
Evil Ted Smith joins Punished Props on this prop and cosplay Q&A. Bill and Ted talk about BlizzCon, metallic finishes, compressors, sealing foam, shrinking Plasti Dip, content on other channels, weapon supports, neck seals, where to buy Barge, band saws, and more!
As the Boolean Gemini scout rifle prop nears completion, Bill goes over why he prefers to sand all of the parts manually instead of using acetone vapor smoothing to remove the print lines.
We made our yearly pilgrimage to Anaheim to celebrate everything Blizzard with about 20,000 of our closest friends. The cosplay scene at BlizzCon is incredible!