Bill made his own Fallout 4 Mister Handy scale model! The replica prop figurine was modeled in Fusion 360, printed and then molded and cast. Several light layers of paint were applied to get that Fallout metal look.
Bill’s guest this week is the incredible mask and helmet maker Kyle, from Fearless Facade! Bill and Kyle answer questions about fitting masks, molding masks, sculpting, past jobs, rusting props, visors, 3D printing, business expenses, head blanks, and more!
Bill does some miniature painting of a small familiar cat model made by his pal Holly Conrad. Buddhacat now has a miniature!
During a recent trip to Southern California, Bill had the chance to swing by the workspace of his old shop mate, Will Morgan! Will has been busy over the past few months and he’s done several mask sculpts. Bill & Will go over the basic process of sculpting, molding, and casting masks.
Britt takes you through her planning process for a costume she wants to make–the Widowmaker Huntress from Overwatch! If you’re new to cosplay, or haven’t tried the thought process of breaking down a cosplay into different parts, follow along with this live stream.
Britt and Bill made a prop Hearthstone Box! This build involves 3D Printing, lots of sanding, fake wood grain, molding and casting, box building, and metallic finishes.
Britt and Buddhacat answer prop and cosplay questions about foamwerks tools, helmet designs, printed undersuits, molding and casting, battle damage, and more!
For my Destiny Titan costume undersuit, I bought the Jalie skinsuit PDF pattern, drew the suit in Photoshop, and used Fabric on Demand to print…
Britt casts Hearthstone symbols with glow powder, metal powder, and sparkles! The Punished Props shop is now contaminated with glitter.