Bill made a sword out of wood!… and epoxy putty… and other basic techniques! Bill’s Secret Santa requested a Nazgûl sword from Lord of the Rings and we just had to film a video about the build!
We thought we were going to modify the Spirit Halloween Ecto Goggles, but then Bill got other ideas! This prop is crafted using tons of our skills; from metal working, to pattern making, to 3D printing, and more! We’re ready to watch Ghostbusters: Afterlife, since Bill’s costume is now complete! (probably)
Bill loves Highlander and Star Wars, so when he got his hands on a sword mold from Highlander 2, a mash up had to happen! The lightsaber was purchased as a kit, but all the connecting pieces were machined from real metal! Also, the handle came from a special mold…
Slay the rivals of Odin and bring order to Valheim with the ultimate weapon – The Porcupine! Bill & Britt crafted this epic mace out of EVA foam and created something to truly make your enemies cower in fear.
Bill’s been experimenting with 3D printed texture stamps for EVA foam. Now he’s putting them to use to make an epic foam helmet!
Bill’s looking through his Fallout props and costume pieces today!
Bill & Britt are in the shop this week assembling a complex foam puzzle: the Nomai mask from outer wilds!
After assembling and painting the stunning Good Samaritan kit from Volpin Props, Bill decided it would be really fun to try and create new bullets using his metal lathe! He also includes replica packaging from the movie and amazing tiny details.
The Mask, a classic movie released in 1994 featuring a mysterious artifact and Jim Carrey painted a violent shade of green. Rather than reach for the face paint, Bill decided making the iconic “Mask of Loki” from the film would be a great Foamsmithing project!
Bill & Britt are big fans of Myst, the unique puzzle game from 1994, and they decided it was time for them to have their own version of the iconic book! But why stop there? What if it was a book, from MYST, that let you play MYST too?