Toy Mods & Repaints
Modifying and repainting toy guns and props is super handy for cosplay! Browse through your local second-hand store in the toy isle and look for cool looking Nerf guns or toy parts that can be combined into new shapes.
If you plan on taking your modified toy to a convention, make sure to read the convention’s weapon policy rules on their website. Some conventions don’t allow projectiles or realistic looking guns.
Bill has an absolute blast showing you how to add electronics, repaint, and mod this beautiful Pip Boy 2000 mk VI model kit from Bethesda.
Bill shows you how to mod a fantastic PKE Meter toy from the Halloween store to give it a worn, realistic finish.
Bill and his pal Andrew team up to turn a cheap, Spirit Halloween Ghostbusters Proton Pack prop into something that looks like it jumped right out of the movie.
What could be more iconic than Robocop's legendary sidearm! Follow along as Bill shows you how to build Officer Murphy's Auto 9 Beretta pistol prop using some simple techniques and cheap scrap materials. Links: Maxx Action 9mm Toy Pistol - Amazon Maxx Action 9mm Toy...
If you’re looking for a low budget, DIY gun prop for cosplay or filming, this cheap toy gun is exactly what you need. Follow along as Bill shows you how to transform this plastic play thing into a legit looking pistol prop. Maxx Action 9mm Toy Pistol - Amazon Maxx...
Thanks to an incredibly generous fan, Bill got his hands on one of the amazing Blade Runner Squirt gun toys! Of course he had to repaint it to like a screen worthy replica.
Bill converted an automatic airsoft pistol into the Dead Man Walking sidearm from Destiny 2! This video covers finishing and assembling the 3D printed parts.
Buckle up for an excellent adventure as Bill and Ted do some radical Nerf blaster modding and painting. In the video, Bill adds his own custom mods and paint job to the Nerf Rival Apollo.
When Bill saw Guardians of the Galaxy 2, he just had to have one of Star-Lord’s blaster. So, he bought a cheap toy gun and repainted it to look like it came right out of the movie.
Britt modifies a cheap, toy gun with some scrap bin parts and experiments with painting techniques.
One store, $20 in materials, build a lightsaber hilt! That’s the challenge the PropTart community created and we decided to participate and build our own…
Bill shows you how to repaint a Han Solo Blaster toy to look like a super legit prop for your next Star Wars costume!