Bill and his good friend Nick Kettman of Modulus Props show you how to make brush-on molds and slush casts of their custom sculpted masks!
Bill and his friend Nick Kettman of Modulus Props show you how to sculpt your own custom mask!
Bill gets creative with weathering the second copy of his Bladerunner blaster; In order to get a realistic, “worn” look, he skips the paint entirely and goes for a bucket of mud!
Our buddies Evan and Katelyn want to take on some more costume oriented projects, so to help them out, we made Katelyn a duct tape dummy to make pattern creation easier!
Britt received a fun challenge from her friend and past college professor to create a Gandalf the White Staff that could collapse for easy travel.
Bill and his buddy Steven get together in the shop to finish up some resin swords with slick vinyl wraps for an awesome effect.
Creating a two part silicone mold can be an incredibly useful technique for prop and costume making. In this video Bill goes over the process using a hand cannon prop from Destiny as an example.
Materials storage is a major concern when you’re running your own prop and costume making shop. Bill put a lot of thought into how he was going to organize his foam, wood, and plastic before building these custom made material storage shelves.
The Jazza VRtist armor is sealed, painted, and assembled! Attaching all the armor pieces was quite a challenge, but we did it!
Bill and his pal Andrew team up to turn a cheap, Spirit Halloween Ghostbusters Proton Pack prop into something that looks like it jumped right out of the movie.