Props and Scale Models
We love making prop replicas from movies and video games. Also, we are starting to make awesome scale models and want to share our process with you. Our prop and scale model builds are collected in the listings below. The projects range from props for our cosplays, to finishing and painting model kits.
Bill takes you through the process of adding a legitimate rust effect to the body shell of his 1/18 scale model R/C car.
Bill made his own Fallout 4 Mister Handy scale model! The replica prop figurine was modeled in Fusion 360, printed and then molded and cast. Several light layers of paint were applied to get that Fallout metal look.
Britt and Bill made a prop Hearthstone Box! This build involves 3D Printing, lots of sanding, fake wood grain, molding and casting, box building, and metallic finishes.
Britt casts Hearthstone symbols with glow powder, metal powder, and sparkles! The Punished Props shop is now contaminated with glitter.
Bill makes Han Solo’s jacket pocket tubes from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Bill & Britt team up to paint some adorable little spaceship model kits from their friend Zander over at ZProps!
Follow along as Bill builds an adorable, and useful, diorama for his tiny R2D2 robot toy.
In this episode of Prop: 3D, Brittany models the Amulet of Talos from Skyrim! We show you how to mold a 3D print and cast a copy in real metal!
Bill and Britt modeled, printed, molded and cast a Nuka Cola Rocket bottle from Fallout 4. Check out how it’s done.
Bill shows you how to re-finish and paint your collector’s edition Fallout 4 Pipboy prop!
In this video, I’ll show you how I made the foam Ankle Cuff prop used in Film Riot’s short film.
Wheatley was Britt’s first scratch-build prop. She learned a ton of things not to do and also a few techniques she still uses today.