Whenever Ryan reaches out, you know it’ll be a fun collab. Bill added some love to a Millennium Falcon toy by repainting the shell and adding a tripod attachment! Watch Film Riot’s Millennium Falcon video! RPF Millennium Falcon Reference Photos Props We’ve Made for Film Riot: Tools and Materials: Punished Props Mission: Transforming passionate fans into confident, skillful makers. Fun …
To complete our Satisfactory video game costumes, we really wanted the FISCIT Build Tool and Heroic Replicas hooked us up with 3D print files! In this video, we sand, paint, and assemble this awesome kit.
Bill’s assembling his dream prop! The Good Samaritan from Hellboy is one of his all time favorites, and thanks to this gorgeous kit from Volpin Props, it’s finally happening!
Bill figured it was about time he got around to finishing the Elder Scroll prop he made 6 years ago, but simple paint just wouldn’t do! Take a look as Bill shows you how to use gold leaf to carefully take a prop from ordinary to extraordinary!
My buddy Garrick came to visit and helped me make my very own Proton Pack from scratch! This was a TON of fun and I’m so excited to own one of these amazing props.
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!
There’s a ghost causing trouble in our shop! Bill knows just what to do: build a Ghost Trap! Fortunately, Spirit Halloween has a great one for us to modify and repaint for all our ghost catching needs.
Bill has an absolute blast showing you how to add electronics, repaint, and mod this beautiful Pip Boy 2000 mk VI model kit from Bethesda.
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.
Watch in horror as Bill bumbles his way through the final touches on the Blade Runner blaster kit! Follow along with some wiring and soldering, metal buffing, and the final assembly.