Bill continues work on the ZProps Destiny Fatebringer resin prop kit. This time he modified the kit to use the functional swing arm attachment for the reloading mechanism.
While visiting LA for Designer Con, Bill stopped by Frank Ippolito’s shop to get a crash course on some milling machine basics.
Bill answers prop and cosplay questions about mold seams, chipped paint, miniature painting, gluing metal, slush casting, protecting painted foam, and rapid-fire answers some chat questions!
Join Bill on the Twitch live stream as he does some model making work on a urethane resin kit of Destiny’s Fatebringer to get it all prepared for paint.
Thanks to the generous support from our incredible Patrons, we’ve done a bunch of equipment upgrades in the shop.
Punished Props and VertVixen answer questions about getting started with 3D modeling and printing, cleaning up and assembling printed pieces, favorite tools, molding, gloss finishes, contact cement, cutting circles, future cosplays, and more!
After hitting 100k subscribers, Bill put together a Malcolm Reynolds gun prop build tutorial and then challenged his fans to make their own. Here are the 45+ props that they made!
In this final episode of the Boolean Gemini build, Bill shows how he did all of the final detail painting, assembly, and weathering.
Bill finishes up his 3D printed lightsaber kit. After installing the LEDs and batteries, he attached the switch, glued everything together, and then gave it a nice pass of weathering paint.