Bill’s Secret Santa gift this year is a giant, foam horse skull! Baron Rivendare’s Deathcharger is coveted by many World of Warcraft players and it’s so awesome we finally have our own! The kit needs to be panted and assembled, so let’s get started!
We’ve made a lot of fantasy props from Skyrim, but we’ve never made a tavern sign! Using real wood and an awesome new tool, The Winking Skeever is now opened for business in Tamriel.
We just had to 3D print our own animal totem from the video game Inscryption! There’s a hollow cavity inside for electronics and we used clear resin so the glow shines through the eyes and symbol. Also, we modified a squirrel card to match the theme…
The digital card game Inscryption has playing cards in bottles and we wanted to make our own! First, print a card and jam it into a bottle, and then weather the bottle to look all creepy. Don’t forget the cork!
We thought we were going to modify the Spirit Halloween Ecto Goggles, but then Bill got other ideas! This prop is crafted using tons of our skills; from metal working, to pattern making, to 3D printing, and more! We’re ready to watch Ghostbusters: Afterlife, since Bill’s costume is now complete! (probably)
Bill’s looking through his Fallout props and costume pieces today!
After assembling and painting the stunning Good Samaritan kit from Volpin Props, Bill decided it would be really fun to try and create new bullets using his metal lathe! He also includes replica packaging from the movie and amazing tiny details.
Bill & Britt are big fans of Myst, the unique puzzle game from 1994, and they decided it was time for them to have their own version of the iconic book! But why stop there? What if it was a book, from MYST, that let you play MYST too?
Bill and Britt have been playing Animal Crossing and fell in love with the super cute tools you use to find items! Follow along as they make the shovel and bug net out of foam.
Bill recently Half-Life: Alyx and the moment he saw the tape measure shaped grenades he knew he had to make one in real life.