Sometimes the props we make can takes weeks to build, but sometimes they’re built in one day! Here’s a collection of one-day prop and costume builds. Our quick builds are usually foam weapons or Nerf gun repaints. Also, quick builds like display stands and finishing cosplay prop kits.
Bill & Britt team up for an epic Sea of Thieves build! Follow along on their one day build journey as they craft a skull out of EVA foam using basic tools and materials.
If you’re looking for a low budget, DIY gun prop for cosplay or filming, this cheap toy gun is exactly what you need. Follow along as Bill shows you how to transform this plastic play thing into a legit looking pistol prop. Maxx Action 9mm Toy Pistol - Amazon Maxx...
Bill was visited in the shop today by Domestic Dan and the duo made a custom built corgi masquerade mask from EVA foam!
Thanks to an incredibly generous fan, Bill got his hands on one of the amazing Blade Runner Squirt gun toys! Of course he had to repaint it to like a screen worthy replica.
One store, $20 in materials, build a lightsaber hilt! That’s the challenge the PropTart community created and we decided to participate and build our own…
Britt wanted to make her own Firefly gun using Bill’s Malcolm Reynolds Pistol templates, but with limited materials. The challenge: cardboard, scissors and a box cutter, hot glue, a small space, and cat interference!
Bill and Bob Clagett from I Like to Make Stuff teamed up to safely build a storage box for Bill’s Dremel and Ultimaker 3D printers! This gave Bill a chance to buy a new tool, an adorable little job site table saw.
Bill and Brittney Brombacher team up to build a prop of the Deku Shield from Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time.
Bill and April set about making an epic foam viking shield to defend April’s Twitch channel from raids!
Bill makes Han Solo’s jacket pocket tubes from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Bill shows you how to repaint a Han Solo Blaster toy to look like a super legit prop for your next Star Wars costume!
Hanging up cosplay props can be a real challenge, so Bill and April show you a couple of really easy ways to mount your amazing prop pieces on the wall for display!