Bill & Eric chat about their first silicone molds and some ups and downs of the molding and casting process! Coregeek Website Facebook YouTube Twitter Instagram Links: Eric’s Wasp helmet Mal’s Pistol Sword of Athena Lady Sif Sword Tauriel Daggers RPF Post Sword Torture Test Bill’s first silicone mold Molding & Casting Mold Making Key Knife Bladerunner Blaster Lightning Cosplay …
Bill and his good friend Nick Kettman of Modulus Props show you how to make brush-on molds and slush casts of their custom sculpted masks!
Bill has put together several Bladerunner blaster kits and decided it was finally time to make his own from scratch. This 3D modeled and printed prop was molded and cast to make a highly detailed, custom replica… with a twist!
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.
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!
Bill dives into some legit metal casting using a high temp silicone and low melt metal. He’s also joined by Evil Ted! Follow along as they learn how to cast pewter along with the help of the amazing makers in the Twitch chat, the PropTarts!
On this live stream, Britt digs up the old shield coaster molds Bill made. Glow-in-the-dark, metal, and glitter powders are used to cast three unique coasters!
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.