Prop and Costume Materials
The list of materials in our shop is growing every day. Here’s a list of the materials we love and can’t live without. Also, there’s a playlist below of our builds and tutorials featuring materials.
More Videos About Materials:
Bill shows you how to make the Judge companion mask from one of his favorite games – Far Cry: New Dawn! Learn how to make a smooth mask pattern from scratch – or download the free blue print!
Bill learns some leather working basics from his buddy Gregg of Bjorn’s Workshop, our local (not for long) leather expert! Together they cover some beginner tools and techniques and make Bill an awesome holster!
Today we dive into a topic that’s near and dear to Bill’s heart… tools! When you’re getting started with prop and costume making it can be tricky to figure out which tools to buy first, so we put together a list of must have tools, plus some buying advice.
Bill and his buddy Eric of Coregeek Creations get down to painting some of Eric’s gorgeous Sword of Athena casts using some different techniques.
Bill sits down and talks about a plethora of useful materials – where to get them, what they’re useful for, and other useful tidbits!
Bill and his friend Nick Kettman of Modulus Props show you how to sculpt your own custom mask!
Britt received a fun challenge from her friend and past college professor to create a Gandalf the White Staff that could collapse for easy travel.
Bill and his buddy Steven get together in the shop to finish up some resin swords with slick vinyl wraps for an awesome effect.
Proper tape storage can make a huge difference in your prop & costume shop efficiency! Follow along with Bill as he puts together a custom made adhesive tape roll storage rack.
Materials storage is a major concern when you’re running your own prop and costume making shop. Bill put a lot of thought into how he was going to organize his foam, wood, and plastic before building these custom made material storage shelves.
We’ve done pewter casting in the past, but we’re really starting to get a lot better at it. Check out our new, improved techniques PLUS some testing with lower heat resistance silicone.
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.