Bill and Britt went gallivanting about New Zealand to see the sights. These are their adventures.
Bill shows how he made a Destiny Hand Cannon prop using EVA foam. This part 1 video goes over the fabrication of the newer Rise of Iron hand cannon prop.
One store, $20 in materials, build a lightsaber hilt! That’s the challenge the PropTart community created and we decided to participate and build our own…
While gallivanting through New Zealand, Bill and Britt got to tour Weta Workshop! Our friend Cassie gave us the grand tour of the Weta Cave and the “weapon wall”. How many can you name?
After spending more than a year learning how to use 3D printing to make props, Bill dives in with his opinion on the current state of the technology.
Bill and Britt dig up some of their first props they made for cosplay! Battlestar Galactica, Steampunk, Mass Effect (of course), Portal 2 and more!
Bill gets a little help from his pal Cathy from God Save the Queen Fashions with his Han Solo Belt. The rough edges of the leather belt just wouldn’t do, so Cathy showed Bill how to burnish them.
Billythebrick Cosplay joins us with his cool Voltron props and other projects on this week’s prop live Q&A! Bill and Will answer questions about form-fitting armor, visors, cheap head forms, latex chunks, websites, 3D printed swords, simulating old metal, compromising on cartoon image references, and more!
Bill does the last step on the Destiny Fatebringer hand cannon build: the painting and assembly. This ZProps kit is finally coming together with some hairspray chipping paint techniques and a touch of weathering.