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.
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 finishes up his 3D printed lightsaber kit. After installing the LEDs and batteries, he attached the switch, glued everything together, and then gave it a nice pass of weathering paint.
Joel the 3D Printing Nerd joined Bill in the shop to put together and paint some really amazing 3D printed lightsaber kits designed by Sean Charlesworth.
Bill finishes up the “Jazzaxe” build with some painting, leather work, and goes over the lighting solution.
We teamed up with artist Jazza to build a prop axe of his design. This super fun collaboration shows what kind of epic build you can cook up when you collaborate with an amazing designer.
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.
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 & Britt showcase a couple of finishing techniques to make your foam prop weapons look like they’re real rusty metal!
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.
Bill paints up a Skyrim dagger kit using some simple model finishing techniques.
Bill’s friends needed a little help putting together a simple foam shield form so he jumped at the chance to help expand your foamsmithing toolkit!