Bill frequently gets questions about the metal blocks that he uses in his prop and costume making videos. What are they? 123 Blocks of course! In this video Bill shows some useful tips for using these handy tools on your projects. Also: Bench cookies!
For my Destiny Titan costume undersuit, I bought the Jalie skinsuit PDF pattern, drew the suit in Photoshop, and used Fabric on Demand to print…
Patreon can be a really amazing method for creators to get paid for their work straight from the people who enjoy said work.
I’ve had trouble getting the correct scale when designing and re-making space guns from video games, so I’ve come up with a fool proof way to scale prop guns.
Recent Q&A Videos
Bill and Britt talk about their Emerald City Comicon and Pax East adventures! Then, the Punished Props team answers prop and costume questions from the community about airbrushing paint sealers, attaching silicone, pearlescent finishes, molding and casting, latex painting ratios, video game references, 3D printing, and more!
Bill and Andrew answer questions about collaborations, learning new materials, protective coatings, polystyrene, backpacks, EL Wire, Destiny weapon references, travel plans, and more!
Billythebrick Cosplay joins us with his cool Voltron props and other projects on this week’s prop live Q&A! Bill and Will answer questions about form-fitting armor, visors, cheap head forms, latex chunks, websites, 3D printed swords, simulating old metal, compromising on cartoon image references, and more!