The EVA foam Star Wars bracer is crafted and it’s time for paint! Britt uses Acrylic Paints to add metallic and paint-chipped layers to the gauntlet. Plus, she prints some Aurebesh text for the plastic screen display.
Britt is designing her own Smuggler-type Star Wars universe character. One of the arms will have a bracer with fun button-type attachments and a guide light. Using only a scrap of EVA foam floor mat, Britt cuts out all the pieces for the gauntlet design, then adds a flashlight and straps.
One store, $20 in materials, build a lightsaber hilt! That’s the challenge the PropTart community created and we decided to participate and build our own…
Bill finishes up his 3D printed lightsaber kit. After installing the LEDs and batteries, he attached the switch, glued everything together, and then gave it a nice pass of weathering paint.
Joel the 3D Printing Nerd joined Bill in the shop to put together and paint some really amazing 3D printed lightsaber kits designed by Sean Charlesworth.
We made some props of Rey’s Blaster from Star Wars, and thought it’d be super fun to give them away to Rey cosplayers at Emerald City Comic Con!
Bill makes Han Solo’s jacket pocket tubes from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Bill shows you how to repaint a Han Solo Blaster toy to look like a super legit prop for your next Star Wars costume!
Follow along as Bill shows you how to 3D print, mold, cast and finish a super legit version of Rey’s blaster prop from Star Wars: The Force Awakens! Grab the blueprints and give this project a try!
Bill shows you how to get a nice, shiny finish on this iconic new Star Wars prop gun.