Become a Foamsmith
Foam is an amazing material to craft props and costume armor. We mostly use EVA foam floor mats, which you can find locally in hardware stores! Foam can be easily cut, heated and formed, glued, beveled, and painted. Learn everything you need to fabricate, paint, and wear your stunning foam armor creations in our Foamsmith Books. Also, check out the amazing creations submitted to our Foamsmith Photo Gallery.
We have several builds for our foam props, costumes, and techniques listed below. Also, our collection of foam crafting tools and materials are gathered here.
Bill shows how he made a Destiny Hand Cannon prop using EVA foam. This part 1 video goes over the fabrication of the newer Rise of Iron hand cannon prop.
We got our silver play button in the mail and it only made sense to transform it into an EVA foam play button!
How to make a helmet template from a head form. The template is constructed of packing supplies, plastic wrap, and tape. Build up the form you want and…
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.
In this first of three videos, Bill talks you through the process of making your very own Steel Armor costume from Skyrim.
Every good set of armor is improved with a sturdy helmet! In this complete tutorial, Bill shows you every step the Punished Props team took to create their own Skyrim costume piece.
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.
Bill and Britt cover all of the basic methods for sealing your EVA foam props and costumes to prepare them for your incredible paint jobs!
Bill and Britt tag team the live stream and each build their own foam melee weapons from Fallout 4. Follow along as Britt crafts a tire iron axe and Bill makes a pipe wrench. These one day builds were all done on their live stream.
Bill and Brittney Brombacher team up to build a prop of the Deku Shield from Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time.
Britt shows how she made the Fallout 4 Assaultron headpiece and how all the armor is assembled and attached to the undersuit.
Bill touches up a couple of damaged parts of his Mechanist costume from Fallout 4. He also installs a new face plate for his iPhone Pipboy gauntlet.