On this live stream, Britt digs up the old shield coaster molds Bill made. Glow-in-the-dark, metal, and glitter powders are used to cast three unique coasters!
Bill gives you a tour of his workbench. This is the main workbench he uses for all of his prop and costume making. It’s designed to have all of his most used tools within arm’s reach.
Jarman Props and his dogs are the guests on Prop: Live Q&A with week! Bill and Eric answer questions about voice modulators, “dusty” metallic finishes, mold release, pepakura, vacuum forming 3D prints, undersuits, LED lighting, least-favorite materials, and more!
Learn a couple of simple techniques for gluing together your 3D printed prop parts. Then blend the seams so that you’ll never know there was any kind of gap. Also, magnets!
Not satisfied with the stock tires on his radio controlled car, Bill sets about modeling and printing his own custom tires using the Form 2 printer and a flexible material.
Bill & Britt showcase a couple of finishing techniques to make your foam prop weapons look like they’re real rusty metal!
Punished Props answers your prop and cosplay questions! Bill talks about fur animal heads, computer specs, low-tech lights, cutting foam, gun sights, sizing helmets, 3D printing, lifecasts, shop spaces, and more!
Bill and Britt cover all of the basic methods for sealing your EVA foam props and costumes to prepare them for your incredible paint jobs!
Bill and Britt tag team the live stream and each build their own foam melee weapons from Fallout 4. Follow along as Britt crafts a tire iron axe and Bill makes a pipe wrench. These one day builds were all done on their live stream.