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.
Bill’s Proton Pack is looking nice and weathered, but the straps are far too clean! We get expert advice from Ben Eadie, who worked on the packs for Ghostbusters: Afterlife!
With the new Ghostbusters Afterlife movie hype coursing through his veins, Bill replaces his proton pack’s plastic “screws” with real metal hardware! Metal fasteners add that extra bit of realism and also won’t chip to reveal plastic underneath.
The prop no one asked for! Bill fixed his laser cutter and is feeling nostalgic for his favorite TV show from the 1990s, Highlander. That combination resulted in experiments with laser cutting stamps from a variety of materials to make the Duncan Macleod Antiques business card.
Bill’s back in the shop to share some basic rotary tool techniques! This is one of the tools we use the most out of everything in the shop.
Bill is a BIG fan of Fallout and after making the Mini-nuke we got so many suggestions to make the Fat Man he just couldn’t resist! But he wanted to go a step further than making a simple replica…
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!
Funimation asked Bill to bring Zero’s helmet from Code Geass to life, and it’s the shiniest thing ever!
Steven from SKS props shows Bill his unique method of painting foam props. Take a look to see how you can apply this technique to your own props and costumes!
Steve from SKS Props has an awesome new product – Foam Clay! He hangs out with Bill and they play around with different ways to use this versatile material!