Using machine cut stencils can be a great way to make your prop look super professional. In this video, Bill shows how he uses stencils to paint legit looking decals on his prop projects.
A basic black, brown, or dark wash of acrylic paints can add a quick and easy weathering pass to your prop and costume projects that’ll make it look more realistic and world worn. In this video, Bill shows some simple techniques to take your prop finishes to the next level.
Masking off areas of your prop can make the painting process much more refined and quick. Bill goes over his favorite masking tape and techniques for getting that perfect, clean finish.
A real, metal plated chrome finish can be an expensive process for prop making. In this tutorial, Bill shows how to achieve a faux chrome metal finish using paints and an airbrush.
Making super clean cuts with a knife in EVA foam can improve the quality of your prop and costume projects dramatically. Follow along as Bill discusses the tools and techniques he uses to get perfect cuts in EVA foam.
Soldering electronics can be tedious. Follow along with Bill as he tours his new soldering workstation designed to make soldering more streamlined and safer!