This week, Henchmen Studios joins us on Prop: Live Q&A! Bill and Jordan talk about costume builds, back harnesses, hiring employees, repairing cold cast resin, favorite paints, 3D printed armor reinforcement, and more!
Volpin Props crashes another Prop: Live Q&A! Bill and Harrison talk about materials to make masters for molding, deadlines, HVLP painting, epoxy casting, cold casting helmets, and more!
We’ve done pewter casting in the past, but we’re really starting to get a lot better at it. Check out our new, improved techniques PLUS some testing with lower heat resistance silicone.
Dry brushing can add a realistic weather worn finish to your prop and costume projects, but it required a subtle application. Bill shows you how to accomplish this wonderful finishing technique.
Folkenstal joins Punished Props this week for Prop and Costume Q&A! Bill and Ana answer questions about pewter metal casting, sculpted props made into soaps, business advice, painting bodysuits, masking, cold casting, and more!
Oil paints can be excellent for weathering your mechanical looking props and costumes. Bill shows how to use these wonderful materials to dirty up Rey’s blaster prop from Star Wars.
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.