Destiny Props & Costumes
It’s no secret that we enjoy playing Destiny. Here’s a collection of the props and costumes from the game that we’ve made so far. For our own cosplay, we’ve made our armor and weapons out of foam. We’ve also collected some awesome plastic resin kits from great prop makers that we’ll be finishing and painting.
To help Brittany finish up her Destiny Sweeper Bot costume, Bill built a space broom out of EVA foam floor mats!
Britt tries out fabric printing with the Sweeper Bot’s bodysuit! After sewing the printed fabric together into a new undersuit, velcro and snap attachments keep all the foam armor pieces in place.
The Destiny Sweeper Bot’s EVA foam armor is sealed with Creature Cast neoprene, painted with Angelus leather paints, and weathered with acrylics.
Bill converted an automatic airsoft pistol into the Dead Man Walking sidearm from Destiny 2! This video covers finishing and assembling the 3D printed parts.
Britt shows you how she turned the Sweeper Bot’s robot head design into a wearable helmet. The first step was vacuum forming a visor with PET-G plastic, then tinting the visor blue. The helmet was crafted from EVA foam, leaving room for all the cool electronics.
Brittany found a really cheap solution for a light up, voice modulated for Sweepy the robot! Bill shows you how he installed it in the helmet.
Britt crafts an EVA foam robot torso for her Destiny Sweeper Bot build! How to make the chest, side panels, and back are covered in this project.
Britt uses EVA foam to make robot legs! The Sweeper Bot, from the video game Destiny, is coming together as Britt shows how to template, cut, and glue foam into the shapes needed for leg attachments.
More of the robot arms are crafted during this live stream. Britt continues the progress on her Sweeper Bot costume, from Destiny, and makes the hand plate and bicep arm pieces out of EVA foam.
On this live stream, Britt shows how she made the template for these rectangular robot forearms. Then, cuts and shapes the bracer from 6mm craft foam and test fits the design.
Britt has started her costume build for DragonCon! The character is her favorite from the video game Destiny. This first video takes the EVA foam robot feet all the way from templates, to cutting and gluing, and even adding the shoe attachments.
In this second part of his collaboration with Andrew DFT, Bill shows how he painted Andrew’s Destiny hand cannon in the Mos Scala styrofoam prop.