Our replica prop swords, bows, maces, axes, and more weapon builds are gathered in the collection below. Learn how to make weapon props for your cosplay, starting with simple foam knives to complicated plastic and wood weapons. If you’re looking for prop guns, we have a collection just for guns here.
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Bill is excited about WoW Classic coming out soon and one of our good friends Yaya Han recently released her EVA foam, so we thought we’d do a fun foam project combining both!
Bill takes you on a journey as he “forges” the Catspaw Dagger from Game of Thrones! Carved textures, metallic paint, and shiny gems combine to make a prop fit for a Stark.
Bill shows you how to make Hawkeye’s epic bow from the Fortnite Avangers Endgame event! This bow is almost entirely EVA foam and can be drawn for photos!
Bill uses the Moai 200 to print an Apex Legends dagger in ONE PIECE! Then he shows you how to make a quick and dirty mold and cast the dagger with some beautiful resin pigments.
Lego Minifig sword and shield… for humans! There’s something about taking a tiny prop and scaling up the size to fit in your hand. It’s the best! Bill used wood and plastic to carve and sand a Lego Castle Knight’s sword and shield.
Bill needed a cool prop to compliment his Cyberpunk 2077 inspired costume for TwitchCon. The Whammer was born in just one day! The build covers EVA foam crafting, breaking down a large prop for shipping, and fast painting.
Bill issued a challenge to celebrate reaching 250k subscribers on YouTube: Make your own version of the Makonde Dagger designed by Jonah Lobe. Here is a compilation of all your hard work and awesome props!
Not only did we help our pals Evan & Katelyn modify their epic water blaster, we also made a totally legit riot shield out of acrylic, steel, and vinyl.
As a celebration for hitting 200k subscribers on YouTube, Bill built a prop dagger designed by Skyrim artist Jonah Lobe! Follow along and then make your own in this epic community build.
With only half of the shop moved into a new location, Bill challenged himself to build an Avengers Infinity War prop with only the tools and materials he could find.
Awesome collaborations happen when Bill schemes with Scotland, a prop building fire wizard! Functional objects will be combined with metal (and propane!) to create the Shishkebab flame sword from the Fallout video game universe.
Epoxy can be a great material for casting lightweight props out of silicone molds. Follow along as Bill gives a new material and technique the old college try!