Scanning real world objects to create 3D models is so handy and you can even scan your head for cosplay reference! Bill takes you through his process of scanning an object with a camera phone and scaling the 3D model to match the real world dimensions.
We love playing Satisfactory and decided to make costumes from the video game for Dragon Con! Bill 3D modeled the helmet, then 3D printed and assembled all the pieces. The helmets have visors, lights, and even a cooling fan!
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!
Bill’s hanging out in the shop this week and wanted to show off his collection of Skyrim props! Some of them he made himself, others are kits or gifts from friends!
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 and Britt are huge fans of the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movies. On their quest to build everything from EVA foam they teamed up to create a LotR dwarf style helmet from just a few sheets of EVA foam. Follow along as they use simple tools and materials to transform this humble material into an epic, wearable …
We challenged you to take our free templates and give the build a try. You guys blew it out of the water and submitted so many amazing Mandalorian helmets!
With “The Mandalorian” and “Rise of Skywalker” coming out soon after we hit half a million subscribers, Bill thought it would be fun to try his hand at a couple iconic Star Wars helmets in foam. Join him in this 500k community build challenge by submitting to the form below!