Bill is a BIG fan of Fallout and after making the Mini-nuke we got so many suggestions to make the Fat Man he just couldn’t resist! But he wanted to go a step further than making a simple replica…
Steven from SKS props shows Bill his unique method of painting foam props. Take a look to see how you can apply this technique to your own props and costumes!
Bill got this amazing Fallout Laser Pistol kit from Jake of Reciprocation Props during the Prop Tarts Secret Santa event. All it needed was some paint, so Bill decided to try out some different techniques to create a really cool, weathered finish!
Learn how to design a 3D model and finish the 3D print to look like it’s straight out of a movie!
Nail the unique paint style from the Borderlands games with this easy tutorial! Bill shows you how to lay down base colors, add details, and create outlines on the Unkempt Harold prop. Links: Free Blueprints Patreon Weathering with Acrylic Paints Tools & Materials: Silver Peel Coat – Local Hardware Store Circle template – Amazon Frog tape – Amazon Hobby Knife …
LEDs don’t have to be scary! Here’s a super easy beginner tutorial showing you how to add epic lights to your props and costumes using Bill’s foam Borderlands gun.
Bill needs more foam fabricated blasters in his life! We’re huge fans of Borderlands 2 and this video covers the build for the Unkempt Harold.
Bill gets creative with weathering the second copy of his Bladerunner blaster; In order to get a realistic, “worn” look, he skips the paint entirely and goes for a bucket of mud!
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!
Our buddies Evan & Katelyn came to visit the shop and they brought their awesome homemade water blaster! We decided it could do with a visual upgrade, so we rusted, weathered, and lit it up for an epic final look.