When it comes to making super refined 3D printed prop guns, filling and sanding is what will make or break the finish of your piece. Bill shows you how to fool anyone with your 3D printed props in part 8 of the Boolean Gemini build.
The model for the Boolean Gemini is completed and Bill is furiously printing the remaining parts. Follow along as he adds the stock to this Destiny rifle.
Finally Bill starts putting together all of the parts for his 3D printed Destiny scout rifle; the Boolean Gemini.
Bill made a ton of progress on the Boolean Gemini gun prop from Destiny! Three more parts were modeled and printed. Check out how he fixed a couple mistakes on the prints and learn how to fill in some unwanted texture using super glue.
Learn a couple of simple techniques for gluing together your 3D printed prop parts. Then blend the seams so that you’ll never know there was any kind of gap. Also, magnets!
To prove that the gun is scaled properly, Bill decided to model and print the handle next and see how it fits in his hand. Check out some 3D modeling skills in Fusion 360.
Bill gets started on this new 3D printed build, the Boolean Gemini scout rifle from Destiny. All of the parts for the prop will be 3D printed and this small scope piece serves as a proof of concept and standard bearer for the rest of the project.
For my Destiny Titan costume undersuit, I bought the Jalie skinsuit PDF pattern, drew the suit in Photoshop, and used Fabric on Demand to print…
Bill & Britt team up to paint some adorable little spaceship model kits from their friend Zander over at ZProps!
Bill weathers his foam Jade Rabbit Destiny gun live on the show!