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.
Creating a two part silicone mold can be an incredibly useful technique for prop and costume making. In this video Bill goes over the process using a hand cannon prop from Destiny as an example.
To celebrate the release of Solo, we have compiled some videos of ours and friends for your viewing pleasure.
What’s better than playing Fortnite? Making props from Fortnite! Follow along as Bill builds the Tactical Submachine Gun prop using basic materials like XPS insulation foam and basic tools like knives and sand paper. Grab the free blueprints to build your own!
When Dave Goldberg released this kit back in 2011, I was enamored with the design. After 6 years I finally managed to get my greedy hands on one and had a ton of fun putting it together.
When the gang at Film Riot needed a space rifle made, they called Bill! In this video he shows how he built a modular prop gun using EVA foam and PVC pipe.
I built an RAC Blade Runner blaster kit AND repainted the squirt gun version. Here’s some side by side shots of the two props for your enjoyment.