Our replica prop swords, bows, maces, axes, and more weapon builds are gathered in the collection below. Learn how to make weapon props for your cosplay, starting with simple foam knives to complicated plastic and wood weapons. If you’re looking for prop guns, we have a collection just for guns here.
Bill continues work on the ZProps Destiny Fatebringer resin prop kit. This time he modified the kit to use the functional swing arm attachment for the reloading mechanism.
Join Bill on the Twitch live stream as he does some model making work on a urethane resin kit of Destiny’s Fatebringer to get it all prepared for paint.
In this second to last video in the 3D printed Boolean Gemini scout rifle build, Bill starts painting the prop! Using masking tape, masking fluid, and an airbrush, several layers of paint are applied.
Bill finishes up the “Jazzaxe” build with some painting, leather work, and goes over the lighting solution.
We teamed up with artist Jazza to build a prop axe of his design. This super fun collaboration shows what kind of epic build you can cook up when you collaborate with an amazing designer.
In celebration of hitting 100k subscribers, Bill built Captain Malcolm Reynolds’ pistol from the TV show Firefly and movie Serenity. The build includes a free set of templates so that you can build one yourself at home!
Bill never got the Hand of Rag when he played WoW back in the day, so instead he built it for himself! Follow along in this tutorial as he makes this legendary mace from World of Warcraft.
To help spread the word about Skyrim Special Edition, Bill shows you how to build the legendary two handed axe, Wuuthrad. Follow along using free blueprints, cheap tools, and easy to work with materials.
Hired by friend Frank Ippolito, Bill built a giant Viking spear from the game For Honor to be used on display at E3 2016.
Bill puts some finishing touches on his foam dwarven sword. Learn how to mix pigmented latex rubber for adding details and how to wrap the handle in leather.
Bill continues work on his Dwarven sword, adding more foam details and then sealing everything with some latex rubber in this live stream recording.
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!