Masking off areas of your prop can make the painting process much more refined and quick. Bill goes over his favorite masking tape and techniques for getting that perfect, clean finish.
Woodwarder joins Punished Props on this episode of Prop: Live Q&A! David and Bill answer questions about large Reinhardt costumes, styrofoam, Mod Podge, creative blocks, favorite 3D printers, and more!
A real, metal plated chrome finish can be an expensive process for prop making. In this tutorial, Bill shows how to achieve a faux chrome metal finish using paints and an airbrush.
Emma and Carly, from Carma Cosplay, help Bill answer questions about plans for the new year, long distance cosplay collaborations, crafting in the winter, cosplay on the cheap, first costumes, and more!
When Dave Goldberg released this kit back in 2011, I was enamored with the design. After 6 years I finally managed to get my greedy hands on one and had a ton of fun putting it together.
Making super clean cuts with a knife in EVA foam can improve the quality of your prop and costume projects dramatically. Follow along as Bill discusses the tools and techniques he uses to get perfect cuts in EVA foam.