Bill used his prop making skills to restore window handles for his dad’s 1968 Volvo P1800. The small windows on the car have old school handles to pivot the windows open and they were both broken. To restore the handles Bill uses some Bondo body shopping techniques along with molding and casting to create a shiny new set of handles. …
Take a trip down memory lane as Bill shows off some of the first silicone molds he made over 5 years ago. Learn from his mistakes as he critiques those molds and compares them to newer ones he’s made after years of practice.
Bill dives into some legit metal casting using a high temp silicone and low melt metal. He’s also joined by Evil Ted! Follow along as they learn how to cast pewter along with the help of the amazing makers in the Twitch chat, the PropTarts!
Follow along with Bill in the shop as he shows off three different methods for casting urethane prop parts.
Casting or buying resin kits is only half the battle. Learn how to prepare those plastic pieces for an epic paint job!
Everything you need to know to start slush casting your own masks and helmets. The basics are super easy with a ton of potential for all kinds of advanced techniques as your skill improves.
Brush on molds are the easiest way to make a mold of your helmet or mask props! Bill gives you the rundown on how it’s done.
Learn about the materials and techniques required to tint your urethane resin exactly the color you require!
Learn the basics of cold casting prop pieces using urethane resin and a silicone mold.
Learn the basics of making a two part silicone mold and how to cast a plastic resin piece from that mold.
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