When Captain Disillusion calls, you answer! Our hero and fellow Youtuber needed a cool, detailed panel for his latest video (link below) and we were more than happy to help using our vacuum forming machine!
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.
My buddy Garrick came to visit and helped me make my very own Proton Pack from scratch! This was a TON of fun and I’m so excited to own one of these amazing props.
When a Mythbuster issues you a challenge, you rise to the occasion! Adam Savage needed a pair of visors for his ACES space suit costume for his NYCC 2018 incognito costume. Bill and Britt got to work using their brand new vacuum forming machine.
Bill shows you how to make a replica tube to house your very own Venom Symbiote – with a cool twist!
Large vacuum formers are super awesome, but can’t just be purchased like other equipment. Bill teaches you how to make your very own large vacuum former using materials from the hardware store!
A real, metal plated chrome finish can be an expensive process for prop making. In this tutorial, Bill shows how to achieve a faux chrome metal finish using paints and an airbrush.
Britt shows you how she turned the Sweeper Bot’s robot head design into a wearable helmet. The first step was vacuum forming a visor with PET-G plastic, then tinting the visor blue. The helmet was crafted from EVA foam, leaving room for all the cool electronics.
It’s Commander Holly Conrad’s Helmet! Britt shows you how she 3D models, prints, assembles, and paints the helmet. Plus, vacuum-forms the visor!
Bill bumbles his way through some vacuum forming failures and experiments. We all have a good laugh and learn something!
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