Creating a two part silicone mold can be an incredibly useful technique for prop and costume making. In this video Bill goes over the process using a hand cannon prop from Destiny as an example.
Bill & Britt chat about what it was like to move their shop and all the challenges and excitement of creating a new work space.
We’re taking costumes out of storage boxes and putting them on display! First up is Britt’s Sweeper Bot costume from Destiny. The mannequin skeleton is made from PVC pipe, with a few custom surprises!
As a celebration for hitting 200k subscribers on YouTube, Bill built a prop dagger designed by Skyrim artist Jonah Lobe! Follow along and then make your own in this epic community build.
Prop and Costume Q&A this week is with Chaos Costumes! Bill and Blair talk about hooves, stilts, moving tails, sculpting, stencils, and more!
The challenge: hang a bunch of props from a wall without attaching anything directly to the wall. Bill & Britt team up to create an epic prop display!
The Jazza VRtist costume now has lights! Check out how we made parts of our EVA Foam armor cosplay glow with LEDs.
JusCosplay joins Punished Props for this episode of Prop: Live Q&A! Bill and Justin talk about mannequins, straps for large shoulders, shoe covers, flying with large costumes, armor finishes, scaling Pepakura armor, and more!