Prop and Costume Materials
The list of materials in our shop is growing every day. Here’s a list of the materials we love and can’t live without. Also, there’s a playlist below of our builds and tutorials featuring materials.
Bill and Britt recently had a chance to visit Kim Beaton in her studio near Seattle and learn a bit about working with her new material, Pal Tiya. Kim also showed them a great technique for bulking out basic sculpture forms using aluminum foil and hot glue.
This year at Renton City Comic Con near Seattle, Bill got the chance to meet Kim Beaton and check out a new sculpting material called Pal Tiya. The material was invented by her husband Warren Beaton as a non toxic alternative to other sculpting mediums.
Bill & Ted take you on an excellent adventure! Learn how to make really quick and cheap, see-through chrome visors for your space armor helmets!
Learn about the materials and techniques required to tint your urethane resin exactly the color you require!
Everything you need to know about the urethane resin you’ll be using to cast pieces in your silicone molds.
In this first part of our molding and casting props series, Bill talks about the various types of silicone used for the process.
Punished Props show their favorite prop and cosplay tools and supplies. Consider getting some of these items for the cosplayers in your life!
L200 is a type of EVA foam that is more raw than our craft sheets and floor mats.
It has been said that sanding is about 90 to 99 percent of prop making. I couldn’t agree more.
Barge is amazing for getting really clean seam lines when working with EVA foam.
Silicone ain’t cheap. That’s a fact of life.
For the Kaijudo Gauntlet build, I used all Smooth-On products.